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District offers training in case of shooter on campus

Ricardo Soltero

February 21, 2016

Filed under NEWS

After news broke of an potential active shooter at the Naval Medical Center San Diego near Balboa Park last month, City College went on full alert but the school remained open as campus police monitored the situation. How prepared is City College in such situation? According to the City College website, the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office Emergency Preparedness...

SDCCD out-state fee increases $5 per unit

SDCCD out-state fee increases $5 per unit

February 21, 2016

A tuition hike of $5 per unit for out-of -state students will come this fall affecting at least 3 percent of students at City College, and 5 percent of...

City College broadcast engineer pleads not guilty in camera theft

City College broadcast engineer pleads not guilty in camera theft

Collette Carroll

February 16, 2016

Filed under NEWS, TOP STORIES

City College’s chief broadcast engineer pleaded not guilty in his arraignment Tuesday afternoon in Superior Court to charges related to the theft of...

Zaphire begins her journey back

Mike Madriaga

February 14, 2016

Filed under NEWS, TOP STORIES

Zaphire Alonso crosses the U.S. border and rides the trolley twice a week to attend City College. In a wheelchair. Her boyfriend, Bernardo Machado, drops her off at the south side of the border at 7:45 a.m. She pushes herself through the handicap lane of the San Ysidro Port of Entry, shows the Border Patrol officer her U.S. passport and then catches the northbound ...

Knights clinch playoffs spot

Knights clinch playoffs spot

Luisa Sausedo

February 13, 2016

Filed under NEWS, SPORTS, TOP STORIES

The City College men’s basketball team clinched at least a share of the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference (PCAC) South Championship with their seventh...

City’s broadcast engineer arrested in theft of four video cameras

Collette Carroll

February 12, 2016

Filed under NEWS

The chief broadcast engineer for City's radio station was arrested Feb. 10 and charged in the theft of four video cameras valued around $20,000 stolen from the Radio, Television, and Film Department, campus police said. Gerald "Larry" Quick, 62, is to be arraigned Feb. 16 on two felony and two misdemeanor charges related to the theft. His bail is set at $25,000. He is a 30+ ...

Sexual assault reported in V Building lot

Mike Madriaga

February 10, 2016

Filed under NEWS

A woman reported a sexual assault in the V Building parking lot of City College on Tuesday at 12:45 p.m., according to campus police. The victim met with a male who was identified as “Benjamin,” on the Tinder social dating website, and then arranged to meet at City College, campus police said. He picked her up in a light silver Dodge Charger with a white racing stripe...

Suspect identified in theft of cameras

Collette Carroll

February 10, 2016

Filed under NEWS

A suspect was arrested Wednesday in connection with the theft of four cameras that were taken from the Radio, Television and Film Department over the winter break, the department’s chair said. Two C100 cameras were returned to the department Monday, and the other two were to be returned by the end of the week. Heidi Bunkowske, the City College public information officer,...

RTVF to celebrate return to remodeled home

Oisis Jones

February 6, 2016

Filed under NEWS

Department will honor founder  Hope Shaw. Radio, Television, and Film Department staff members will welcome back alumni on Feb. 6 with an open house to celebrate the return to their newly renovated home in the C Building and to honor the department's founder, Hope Shaw. The celebration is from 4 p.m to 8 p.m. and the official program starts at 6 p.m. The ...

Deadline to apply for scholarships is Feb. 7

Mike Madriaga

January 29, 2016

Filed under NEWS

The Scholarships Office at San Diego City College has extended the application process for submission until Feb. 7.  There are 17 scholarships still available for a total amount of $5,300. According to the website, the office is accepting letters of reference past deadline and encourages applicants to resend requests for them if they were not submitted. Meanwhil...

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