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Additional funds for colleges approved

Thomas Chesy

November 15, 2016

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Voters in California last week approved an extension of a tax on the wealthy to maintain current funding levels for public education in the state, as well as a $9 billion bond sale for school modernization.Proposition 55, officially known as “The California Extension of the Proposition 30 Income Tax Increase Initiative,” will maintain a 1 – 3% tax incre...

District addresses student fears in a new political landscape

James Call

November 15, 2016

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In light of fears and uncertainties about the future of undocumented immigrant students under a Trump presidency, the San Diego Community College District issued a statement Nov. 10. The letter clarified its commitment to full access for all students to the educational opportunities available in the community college system. It was signed by Chancellor Constance M. Carroll an...

Marijuana legalized, but with conditions

Marijuana legalized, but with conditions

November 15, 2016

The passing of Proposition 64 legalizes the purchase, possession and growing of marijuana and hemp for Californians statewide. Starting in 2018, people...

Additional funds for colleges approved

Additional funds for colleges approved

November 15, 2016

Voters in California last week approved an extension of a tax on the wealthy to maintain current funding levels for public education in the state, as well...

Trump election sparks outrage at City

November 14, 2016

The election of Donald J. Trump as president has sparked contrasting, strong reactions across the country. While many celebrated his win, residents in...

Voters reject downtown Chargers stadium

Voters reject downtown Chargers stadium

November 9, 2016

Last night's stunning presidential election results seemed to overshadow many statewide and local contests that promise to have a direct impact on the...

Crowd congregates, waits at election central

Crowd congregates, waits at election central

November 8, 2016

Hundreds of people jammed Golden Hall in downtown San Diego on election night, waiting for results as they supported their candidates. The hall buzzed...

Icon of Chicano community passes away

Icon of Chicano community passes away

November 5, 2016

"Que Viva El Chunky y que Viva La Causa," were her last words on a post to memorialize her father, Ramon “Chunky” Sanchez. Ixcatli A. Sanchez confirmed on Facebook the passing of her f...

Power outage at City for more than 3 hours

Power outage at City for more than 3 hours

November 2, 2016

Morning classes at City College were cancelled from around 10 a.m to 12:30 p.m. due to a power outage that also affected nearby areas of Center City, Balboa...

Students share their experience of coming out

Melissa De Pineres

October 24, 2016

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The SDCC World Cultures Program held a Coming Out Day Panel on Oct. 11. Students interviewed transexual lesbian students, Le Tran, Fofie Bashir and Daphne Taylor Garcia, in the event that took place in City College MS building. This gave the audience a chance to help and better connect with the LGBTQ community and gain insight about what the struggles of coming out in public re...

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