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New website tracks Prop. 30 spending

Essence Mcconnell

May 2, 2014

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Ever wonder where your tax dollars go? California Controller John Chiang approved a new website earlier this month that allows the public to keep track of the money generated by Proposition 30. This new website, trackprop30.ca.gov, allows its viewers to track where every dollar raised for education is being allocated, how and why it will be spent, and whether or not they mon...

ASG president-elect, Adam Garcia

ASG president-elect, Adam Garcia

Joe Kendall

May 2, 2014

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Newly-elected ASG president Adam Garcia spoke briefly with the City Times about himself and his plans for City. J: How did you first become involved wit...

Professor thrown off the trolley by security guards

Joe Kendall

May 2, 2014

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City College Professor Enrique Davalos said he was forcibly removed from an Metropolitan Transit System trolley April 7 for reportedly not paying his fare, prompting him to file a formal complaint. This is latest in what has become a string of complaints relating to the conduct of MTS security, including an incident involving a City student who complained officially that ...

Kathy McGinnis is back, on administrative duties

Kathy McGinnis is back, on administrative duties

Christopher Handloser

May 1, 2014

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The Dean of Athletics, Kathy McGinnis, has been temporarily reassigned to administrative duties pending an investigation into a violation of eligibility...

Athletic director temporarily off the job

Athletic director temporarily off the job

April 17, 2014

(Story updated as of April 23) City College Dean of Instruction Randy Barnes is temporarily leading the City College Athletic Department as of Wednesday, Ap...

Step Up to Live Well promotes campus fitness through yoga

Step Up to Live Well promotes campus fitness through yoga

April 17, 2014

More than 30 yoga students and non-students exercised to demonstrate and promote fitness. “Yoga For Everyone” was part of City CollegeR...

President search is down to two

Christopher Handloser

April 17, 2014

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After almost four months of rigorous screening, the San Diego Community College President Search Committee, in conjunction with district Chancellor Constance Carroll, recently narrowed it down to two candidates for the next president of City College. There were open forums held on Tuesday, April 15 during which the candidates were given time to introduce themselves, and th...

Drone journalism — Professor predicts that news media will soon use camera-equipped drones to report.

Drone journalism — Professor predicts that news media will soon use camera-equipped drones to report.

April 17, 2014

Drones used for capturing pictures and videos are the future of reporting, and it can all be done inexpensively according to Matt Waite. Waite, a journalism professor at the University ...

City’s clubs at disadvantage in fundraising

City’s clubs at disadvantage in fundraising

Diego Lynch

April 16, 2014

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City College’s clubs and student government want donors to get a tax break, as they would at Mesa and Miramar Colleges. But their donors can’t. City...

City’s journalists win state-wide competition

City’s journalists win state-wide competition

April 15, 2014

City College student journalists Sandra Galindo, Chris Handloser and Antonio Marquez earned awards at this year’s Journalism Association of Community C...

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