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Guilty plea in Gonzalez murder case

Guilty plea in Gonzalez murder case

November 25, 2014

Armando Gabriel Perez entered a guilty plea for the 2010 murder of former San Diego City College student Diana Gonzalez on the first day of the trial on...

The benefits of equality – San Diego Campus Equity Week seeks equality in pay for part-time and full-time instructors

Phoenix Webb

November 18, 2014

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A letter campaign was conducted at City College Oct. 30 to appeal to Gov. Jerry Brown for equal pay between adjunct staff and full-time faculty equal work performed. In partnership with the American Federation of Teachers Union, Arnie Schoenberg, Jose Rodriguez and Lisa Chaddock manned tables for Campus Equity Week, Oct. 27-31, asking passersby on campus to sign letters to be sen...

Supporters of  Ché Café seek its preservation

Supporters of Ché Café seek its preservation

November 18, 2014

For the past 34 years, the Ché Café has been an autonomous arts and music venue for UCSD students and non-students who seek to organize and share creative...

From Disney to the Padres – The San Diego Padres’ Director of Accounting Todd Bollman drops by the Accounting and Business Club for its inaugural meeting

From Disney to the Padres – The San Diego Padres’ Director of Accounting Todd Bollman drops by the Accounting and Business Club for its inaugural meeting

November 18, 2014

The Accounting and Business Club welcomed Todd Bollman, director of accounting for the San Diego Padres, for the club’s first event on Oct. 30. Bollman...

Health Services tracks Ebola concerns

Phoenix Webb

November 18, 2014

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Student Health Services at San Diego City College is being proactive in preparing for anyone presenting symptoms of the Ebola virus. “We do have a protocol that we’ve instituted in the clinic and for working with the campus. Identifying a possible patient and medically working with that patient to assist for the best outcome. We would call San Diego Public Health and...

Students celebrate Halloween at ASG sponsored carnival

Students celebrate Halloween at ASG sponsored carnival

November 5, 2014

Decorated as an old graveyard with tombstones and spiderwebs, over 200 students, faculty and children gathered in Gorton Quad to celebrate the Associated...

Going by the book – The Ninth Annual San Diego City College International Book Fair has authors and artists share their stories

Going by the book – The Ninth Annual San Diego City College International Book Fair has authors and artists share their stories

Miguel Cid

October 28, 2014

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On Oct. 13 City College began its ninth annual international book fair. The week long event ran until Oct. 20 and featured new and returning writers ta...

Students in Power host forum

Students in Power host forum

October 28, 2014

With tension still high in Ferguson, Mo., City College club Students in Power hosted an open forum to discuss police brutality, the judicial system, the...

Week of Service at City – students lend a helping hand in local community

Franchesca Walker

October 28, 2014

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Student volunteers gathered in the surrounding areas of City College to take part in the Week of Service Oct. 20-24. The week long event had volunteers serving meals at the St. Vincent de Paul Village and doing maintenance at Balboa Park. The Week of Service was started by City College Student Affairs Supervisor Lori Oldham in fall 2013 after a conversation with Denise Whi...

Students receive distinguished awards for journalism

Angelica Wallingford

October 28, 2014

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The San Diego City College Digital Journalism program won prestigious awards at the 2014 Southern Calif. conference for Journalism Association of Community Colleges at Cal State Fullerton Oct. 18. Sports editor David Pradel won second place for Magazine Profile Story and copy editor Jennifer Manalili won second place for Magazine Opinion Story for Legend magazine. Christopher...

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