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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

Filed under NEWS

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

Filed under NEWS, TOP STORIES

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...

Candidates Provide Food for Thought

April 10, 2014

Filed under NEWS

In preparation for the upcoming ASG elections the Student Affairs Office held an open forum in the cafeteria Thursday giving the candidates for president, vice president and secretary the opportunity to address the student population directly. The questions covered a range of topics including textbook prices, unpopular school policies, the school's budget and healthier options...

City student is finalist in ESPN competition

City student is finalist in ESPN competition

Antonio Marquez

March 28, 2014

Filed under NEWS

City College student Astrid Mendez is competing for her future as a finalist in the ESPN Dream Job contest. The prize is the chance to cover the 2014 Worl...

Parking fees may increase

Antonio Marquez

March 28, 2014

Filed under NEWS

Parking fees may increase for students beginning in the fall semester. According to ASG President Carolina Moreno, a proposition was brought up at the end of the last semester, but ASG rejected the idea because there was not enough time to notify students about the increase “The reason why I am bringing this up now, is because I wouldn’t doubt the possibility of...

City runs for health

City runs for health

March 27, 2014

The “Step Up to Live Well” campaign committee took another step forward this month, hosting their second campus 2K Fun Run on March 13 as ...

Beat boxer wins $400

Beat boxer wins $400

Essence Mcconnell

March 26, 2014

Filed under NEWS

Luis Iturbide won over the judges at this year’s talent show,”Ain’t No Stopping Us Now,” with his original beatbox set where he ...

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