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Former City College student dies fighting for ISIS

Former City College student dies fighting for ISIS

Angelica Wallingford

August 28, 2014

Filed under NEWS, TOP STORIES

A former San Diego City College student died in Syria fighting for the militant group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, otherwise known as ISIS, federal au...

Athletic department faces probation for violating eligibility requirements

Amber Henry

August 26, 2014

Filed under NEWS, SPORTS

City's Athletic Department along with the volleyball program will be placed on one-year probation and required to forfeit games, due to findings that three student athletes were in violation of their eligibility requirements to be a full time student, in good academic standing. In April, City responded to the allegations reported to the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference and ...

A new vision for City College

A new vision for City College

August 26, 2014

New City College President Anthony Beebe held his first convocation for faculty, staff and administrators Aug. 14 at the Saville Theatre. The convocation...

Doors open to education

Doors open to education

August 26, 2014

City College’s Arts and Humanities and Business Technology buildings officially opened their doors to students Aug. 18 with much fanfare. The buildings...

Founder’s Week kicks off Sept. 8

Jennifer Manalili

August 26, 2014

Filed under NEWS

To help commemorate the past while also celebrating its future, City College will hold a week-long celebration of events entitled Founder’s Week next month. Beginning Sept. 8 and running through Sept. 11, a series of events commemorating the campus’ history and future will be held on campus and around the surrounding area. A foundation gala will open the week of...

NSA in our garage?

NSA in our garage?

May 22, 2014

The NSA seems to be everywhere these days – in the news, in your email and the parking lot in the V building. Wait, what? Those of you that park in the V building might ...

Student leaders engage — General Assembly convenes to suggest legislation

Kaily Sanders

May 22, 2014

Filed under NEWS

Nine Associated Students Government (ASG) representatives traveled to Los Angeles on May 2 to attend the Student Senate for California Community Colleges (SSCCC) General Assembly to advocate for students’ rights.The bi-annual assembly allows students to bring attention to and vote on issues that are important to their college. This year, students considered more than 20 reso...

Contractor bridges the gap for students

Contractor bridges the gap for students

May 21, 2014

Bridging the Gap (BTG), a recently formed non-profit organization based at City College, has partnered with a local federal contractor to give new life...

Summer hours at City

Pedro Delgado

May 21, 2014

Filed under NEWS

As City College prepares to hold general summer classes for the first time in several years, departments and offices are announcing their hours during this period. Here is a sample of what will be open and when during the summer: Student Health Services, A-116, will be open for walk-ins Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Students need to make an appointment to see a nu...

Graduation marks turning of City’s century

Graduation marks turning of City’s century

May 20, 2014

City College will celebrate the 100th Year Commencement on May 23 at the Organ Pavilion in Balboa Park. The commencement will celebrate the hard work and...

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