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Student clubs recruit new members

Student clubs recruit new members

February 11, 2014

City College came out of the gate in a sprint this semester; hosting a Centennial celebration in the opening week, and along with it club rush. Traditionally held a few weeks in, the cha...

100 years a happy feat

100 years a happy feat

February 11, 2014

It was all fun and games until the police showed up. Interim President Lynn Neault was addressing the crowd at the first Centennial celebration, “Lau...

Students can register to vote online now

Students can register to vote online now

Christopher Handloser

January 30, 2014

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Things students can do in five minutes: Send a Snapchat, call their mom and now, register to vote.City College’s student leaders launched a website Jan....

City College’s 100th birthday party

City College’s 100th birthday party

January 29, 2014

Students, staff, faculty and even the campus police gathered in the Gorton Quad today to celebrate the centennial of San Diego City College.  Music blared,...

Campus strides into ‘Live Well’ initiative

Campus strides into ‘Live Well’ initiative

December 18, 2013

San Diego County Supervisor Ron Roberts joined administration and faculty in celebrating the proclamation of City College as Live Well San Diego’s first co...

Preparing students for future employment

Leeann Rose

December 14, 2013

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Marilyn Harvey and other staff members of the City College Transfer/Career Center have provided students with employment workshops every semester since 2007. The employment workshops are held once or twice a week during the semester and offer a variety of useful information pertaining to the world of employment. Some skills that can be acquired through the workshops include resu...

San Diego Family Health Center joining the expanding City College campus

Jennifer Ovalle

December 14, 2013

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The Family Health Center is scheduled to open for business on May 2014. The clinic will relocate from its previous Broadway and 12th St. location and is scheduled to open at the first floor on the new Math and Science Building in the corner of 16th and Broadway St. There are approximately about 23 locations in San Diego County and will be a very accessible clinic to civili...

Science building set to open in January

Christopher Handloser

December 5, 2013

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As the fall semester ends, the construction on campus will forge ahead. Some new projects are nearing completion and some renovations are just about to begin. City College Campus Project Director Tom Fine recently provided City Times with an update. Topping the list of developments is the completion of the new Science Building located at the corner of 16th and B streets. The di...

Election for mayor set for February runoff

Christopher Handloser

December 5, 2013

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Two San Diego councilmembers, Democrat David Alvarez and Republican Kevin Faulconer, will square off in a runoff election in February for mayor of San Diego. In a special election on Nov. 19, Faulconer brought in 101,944 votes (42.17 percent), with Alvarez at 65,722 votes (27.19 percent) and fellow Democrat Nathan Fletcher closely behind him with 58,346 votes (24.3 percent)...

Free legal services coming to campus

Free legal services coming to campus

December 5, 2013

The Thomas Jefferson School of Law, located just minutes away from campus on 11th and Island, offers free legal assistance to college students and other ind...

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