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We’re coming out

Ikedra King, Arts Editor, Legend Staff

May 16, 2018

Filed under LIFE

With San Diego Pride Festival approaching July 13-15, San Diego City College’s new LGBTQ student group, City Unity Club, is hopeful to join the parade and is eager to let the campus know of its presence. Before City Unity Club, the previous LGBTQ student club, All Out At City, had been inactive for close to four years before a group of students noticed the lack of stu...

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 Care...

Cosmetology Department expands career training programs

Monica de la Cruz, Managing Editor

April 18, 2018

Filed under Featured Multimedia, LIFE, TOP STORIES

April 18, 2018 As spring graduation approaches, a small number of San Diego City College students (16 percent, according to SDCC Factbook 2017) are preparing to advance their career through vocational degrees and career training certificates. Among this group is Amy Biljan, a cosmetology student who is just weeks away from taking the California cosmetology license exam and be...

Vox Populi

Vox Populi

April 18, 2018

        Mark Ehredt, Alcohol and Other Drug Studies, 55 “I think it’s a waste of money. People entering the U.S. at ...

Vox Populi

Vox Populi

David Ahumada, Photo Editor

February 28, 2018

Filed under LIFE

    Chris Vega, 18, Aviation “Consent deals with two people. Both people have to agree for whatever to happen.”   &nbs...

Motivational Speaker to City College “Love and compassion for each other makes us stronger”

Motivational Speaker to City College “Love and compassion for each other makes us stronger”

January 16, 2018

Nov. 7, 2017 When asked how someone overcomes an injury as severe as having half your intestines spill out your side, the motivational speaker said,...

City College students and staff share their holiday traditions

City College students and staff share their holiday traditions

December 21, 2017

        Business administration and accounting major Rochelle O’Donnell-Juarez, 33, said, “I pretty much celebrate all breaks, Thanksgiving and Christmas, usu...

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...

Artists create “Undocumenta” experience

Artists create “Undocumenta” experience

December 4, 2017

Undocumenta, an exhibition at the Oceanside Museum of Arts (OMA) presents the work of six artists and their interactions with border life. The name...

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