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Cosmetology lab offers “relaxation with a purpose”

Cosmetology lab offers “relaxation with a purpose”

April 30, 2018

Amid noisy downtown traffic and towering concrete buildings of City College, I was surprised to find such tranquil respite within the Skin Bar at the Career Technology Center (V-Building).

An Interview with the President

An Interview with the President

April 18, 2018

With almost a year on the job, San Diego City College President Ricky Shabazz said he's proud of what he's accomplished but realized there's more work...

Spirit Night for City Nights

Spirit Night for City Nights

February 28, 2018

Feb 28, 2018 The second annual basketball spirit night was held at the Harry West Gymnasium on Valentine's Day. The Lady Knights kicked-off the bas...

Parkland massacre calls campus safety into question

Parkland massacre calls campus safety into question

Monica de la Cruz, Managing Editor

February 28, 2018

Filed under FEATURES, NEWS, TOP STORIES

Feb. 28, 2018 The mass shooting that resulted in the death of 17 students in Parkland, Fla. on Feb. 14 devastated the country, and once again calle...

Death Takes a Holiday

Death Takes a Holiday

December 6, 2017

A local cemetery once more hosted a Día de los Muertos celebration to keep alive the Mexican tradition while reflecting modern traumas. The La Vista...

City Times Partners with Union Tribune on Border Life

City Times Partners with Union Tribune on Border Life

October 5, 2017

City Times launched a new project this semester with an award winning newspaper only blocks away. “Between the Lines” or “Entre Líneas,”is a blog...

Committee plans immigrant student support

Caleb Danielson

March 14, 2017

Filed under FEATURES, LIFE, NEWS

The Immigrant Support Committee at San Diego City College held a meeting on Feb. 24 in the Math and Social Sciences building to discuss ways to better support immigrant students at the school. The committee also reported on challenges that some immigrant students face. During the meeting, Yvonne Schmeltz, a learning community assistant at City College, expressed concern over...

School’s Out For Summer

Vanessa Diaz and Vanessa Diaz

May 9, 2011

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, FEATURES, LIFE

Alice Coopers' song is what popped into my head when hearing about the San Diego City College cuts for the summer of 2011. What are students to do with their extra time? Why not take advantage of all San Diego has to offer in various parts of the county. Music Festivals, Concerts The North Park Festival of the Arts will take place May 15 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The free...

Cosmetology summer still on

Megan Rose Bartell and Megan Rose Bartell

May 9, 2011

Filed under FEATURES

The cosmetology program at San Diego City College will remain open for classes and will offer services this summer. Students and faculty recieve 50 percet off most services, a hair cut, which normaly costs $5, is only $2.50 with a valid City college ID. Proceeds from the beauty salon go directly to the program to help pay for supplies, they are located on the first floor...

An all-American meal in Hillcrest

Scott McLean

April 25, 2011

Filed under FEATURES

Old school design with a modern taste is how Brian's American Eatery in Hillcrest serves up comfort food to late-night party crowds and families alike. Brian's restaurant is not your basic coffee shop; it is a coffee shop with flair, lots of it. Brian's has been a local Hillcrest hangout for late-night groups looking to sober up and for families looking to get a good meal. Brian's...

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