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DACA students fear deportation under Trump

Melissa De Pineres

March 14, 2017

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San Diego City College DACA students sat down with City Times for an interview about recent fears that President Donald Trump will end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), which protects undocumented childhood arrivals to the U.S. from deportation. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals is a two year renewable program that allows undocumented stude...

Should City College have gender neutral bathrooms available on campus?

Andrea Morn

March 14, 2017

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No, because just because you can’t identify with your own sex that doesn't mean that somebody else should have to pay for your confusion. You are what you are. -Julian Boe, 20, Political Science   Yes, because not everyone conforms to the gender binary and I think they should be accommodated. -Miranda Rivera, 23, Child Development   Yes. It creates a sa...

Urban Scholars promote education to prevent incarceration

Joshua Nelson

March 14, 2017

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The Urban Scholars Union will be hosting a panel entitled, “Pathway through Higher Education.” Formerly incarcerated students will tell personal narratives, with an emphasis on how higher education impacts recidivism rates, which refer to a person’s likelihood to relapse into criminal behavior. The Urban Scholars are planning for over 80 students, professors, and commu...

President Whisenhunt and a college in transition

President Whisenhunt and a college in transition

Thomas Chesy, News Editor

March 14, 2017

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Interim San Diego City College President Denise Whisenhunt sat with City Times for an interview last Wednesday on the future of City College, the San Diego...

City Bites: Albert’s

March 5, 2017

Enrique Zuñiga is one of City Bites' new hosts for the Spring (2017) semester. On this episode he tries out Albert's Fresh Mexican Food, which is locate...

(Super) Last-Minute Valentine’s Day Ideas

Gabrielle Toback

February 14, 2017

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Valentine’s Day falls on a Tuesday this year, which is a workday. For those who might be on a time crunch, here are some minimal-effort romantic ideas that don’t scream, “I totally forgot today was Valentine’s Day”: 1. DIY Food Bouquets. Run to CVS and pick up some Good Cook bamboo skewers and a few pink ribbons. Now, think about a particular bite-s...

Save money, go to the movies in Tijuana

Melissa De Pineres

December 10, 2016

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With a handful of blockbusters about to hit the screen towards the end of the year and with holiday expenses right around the corner, there's not much extra cash for college students. "Star Wars: Rogue One," "Assassin's Creed," "Collateral Beauty" and "Power Rangers" are among the films premiering in December. Going to movies may not be that affordable for college students,...

Guide to North Park’s craft beer scene

Ricardo Soltero

December 10, 2016

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As San Diego’s reputation continues to grow as a craft beer heavyweight, so has the number of microbreweries. With large start-ups in Miramar and a boom in tasting rooms downtown and in Little Italy, the last couple of years have seen the number of breweries and tasting rooms double, making San Diego the go-to destination for craft beer enthusiasts. Stone Brewery, Ballast...

City Bites: Tamales Run

December 3, 2016

City Bites visited Logan Heights in search for some tamales for the holidays.  Roberto found a pork tamale in Las Cuatro Milpas, located at 1857 Logan...

City Bites: Hodad’s

November 11, 2016

Hodad's is known for its great burgers. On a recent Thursday, City Bites checked out its 945 Broadway location by campus. The food looked and smelled so...

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