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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...

Throw out your razors

Throw out your razors

November 15, 2017

The last few years you may have noticed a new fall trend, the Manly Mustaches of Movember. No Shave November and the Movember Foundation have taken on...

LGBTQ Latinx community bands together

Shaylyn Martos, Editor in Chief

November 15, 2017

Filed under LIFE

Community members, leaders, and activists met at the San Diego LGBT Community Center in Hillcrest on Monday, Oct. 30 to band together for the advancement of the Latinx, the gender neutral term for Latino, community. The second monthly meeting of the San Diego County LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer) Latinx Coalition was a bilingual conversation about...

Tijuana artist works to paint the longest mural on the border wall

Tijuana artist works to paint the longest mural on the border wall

November 1, 2017

From the United States side of the border, we see a plain, rusty, numbered fence. On the Tijuana side, there is colorful, politically driven artwork intended...

Better not breathe too deeply

Better not breathe too deeply

October 31, 2017

Miguel Cornejo, a Salvadoreño that arrived to San Ysidro in 1982, loves to garden. Cornejo planted citrus trees, not knowing that years later the fruit from...

City College brings club ‘out of the closet’

City College brings club ‘out of the closet’

October 31, 2017

After four years without an LGBTQ club, San Diego City College has a newly minted group for its queer-identified students. “All Out at City” will be t...

Halloween on a budget: Creative costuming from your closet

Halloween on a budget: Creative costuming from your closet

October 31, 2017

Part of the fun of Halloween is the excuse to dress up and join in all of the “spooktacular” events going on in your neighborhood. Unfortunately, Ha...

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