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New club hits the campus

Heder Casas

December 15, 2015

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Next year is looking good so far; a new semester, new facilities to inaugurate and a new student club. Even though San Diego City College has 37 clubs like MEChA (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan), the Honors Club, the Science Club and many more, none of them is dedicated to students interested in journalism and mass media. The National Association of Hispanic...

Renovating into the 21st century

Renovating into the 21st century

December 15, 2015

One of San Diego City College’s upcoming changes in the next few years includes the renovation of the A building, which will give the campus a transformed...

Not so common area

Not so common area

December 15, 2015

Rahma Hassan is a 20-year-old City College student who not only adores the color scheme of the Student Commons building on the corner of 16th and C Streets,...

Getting technical with the T building

Getting technical with the T building

December 15, 2015

Another older building bites the dust as the Engineering and Technology building, better known as the T building, will be receiving a much needed upgrade...

What’s in a name?

What’s in a name?

Phoenix Webb

December 15, 2015

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Performing Arts and Radio, Television and Film are two programs scheduled to move into the newly remodeled C building at San Diego City College on Jan....

Paris attacks hit home

Paris attacks hit home

December 8, 2015

On the night of Nov. 13, one of the deadliest attacks on French soil since World War II occurred in multiple locations across Paris and Saint-Denis claiming...

College district wins award at summit for energy conservation efforts

Rebeca Reyes

December 8, 2015

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The San Diego Community College District was honored with the Green Community College Leadership Award at the Green California Schools and Community Colleges Summit on Oct. 29 according to a news release from the college district.This award acknowledges achievements in a variety of fields from green building, energy efficiency to curriculum. “The San Diego Community ...

Career workshops helps students create the right resume

Destiny Ortiz

December 8, 2015

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Rosemarie Robinson hosted the third part to the four part career workshop series Boots to Suits on Nov. 16.The workshop involved critiquing resumes and how to create a professional resume. The four-part workshop consists of informing students the basics of resumes.Robinson, who is an adjunct counselor with the FYE program, presented this workshop in order to provide info and...

Students contribute to Food Pantry

Celia Jimenez

December 7, 2015

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Sometimes we want to contribute to the well being of our community but don't know where or how to start. Professor Kathy McGinnis has found a way to help do that at San Diego City College.McGinnis motivated her students to contribute to the campus food pantry on Oct. 28 and 29. Students were excited to contribute to the food pantry and were able to raise more than 650 pounds...

City College journalism program wins the Pacemaker Award

Mike Madriaga

December 2, 2015

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City Times and Legend, the official newspaper and magazine of San Diego City College, were both recognized on a national level for excellence in news reporting and design.Largely considered in the industry to be the Pulitzer Prize of college journalism, City Times was the winner amongst six other publications for the 2015 Newspaper Pacemaker Award, under the two-year college newspaper entries. The award was handed out on Oct. 31, a...

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