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Gabriel Roberts

April 19, 2010

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ARM TATTOO Bo, art major, got his tattoo of a coy fish which represents good luck. The artist was from San Fransisco and the art was done in Tattoopalooza. LEG TATTOO Seth, Structural Engineering, Broke his back in snowboarding and quit. The tattoo is the story of the accident and was done at the Funhouse tattoo shop by Pacific Beach. BACK TATTOO Christine, graphic design,...

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Gabriel Roberts

April 19, 2010

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GIRL WITH THIGH TATTOO Carmen Dokter, 21, photography major. Her leg tattoo was done at Tat2feind. "Im from Texas. Its a connect the dots of the texas long horns. SAME GIRL BUT WITH RIB Description of tattoo: received on her 18th birthday, the tatooo was her first.

Board of Trustees discuss issues at Miramar College

Nick Moone

April 19, 2010

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The San Diego Community College District Board of Trustees traveled to San Diego Miramar College on March 25 for their bi-monthly meeting. Throughout the year, the board visits each of the three SDCCD campuses as well as Continuing Education. This was the final stop of the four scheduled. Chancellor Constance M. Carroll described the purpose of the change in venue. "Once...

A FAULT RUNS THROUGH IT

Mark Rivera and Dan Berger

April 19, 2010

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Earthquakes have been on the minds of many students and faculty since the 7.2 earthquake struck this past Easter Sunday. Luckily, the quake occurred while classes were not in session. However, there are many students and faculty that ask themselves what should be done if an earthquake strikes while classes are in session. This question has also come to the mind of English...

SIFE offers tips to eat healthy on a budget

Brittany Johnson

April 19, 2010

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San Diego City College's Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) hosted a financial management workshop on April 13, which offered insight into eating healthy on a budget to the students and staff on campus. Guests included Nutrition Coordinator from Network for Healthy California Dr. Gloria Sotelo and her assistant with a bachelor's degree in nutrition Ana Goins-Ramirez. Sotelo...

Self defense class for women to be held on campus

Kentra Meriwether

April 5, 2010

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The San Diego Community College District will be hosting a free self-defense class April 17 and 25 for female students, faculty, staff and the public in the Harry West Gym, located at City College campus. All participants must attend both six-hour sessions as each one targets a different area. College Sgt. Diana Madero said she will be instructing on dangers women face and...

City College ranks high on Yelp site

Ricky Soltero

April 5, 2010

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San Diego City College recently ranked among the top three colleges and universities in the San Diego area on the user review website Yelp. Yelp ranked City College third overall, and first among the community colleges with the University of San Diego taking top honors. Fellow community colleges Grossmont College and Southwestern College ranked eighth and ninth respectively. Although...

Welcome to the Leaky Couldron…In the Cafeteria

Gabriel Roberts

April 5, 2010

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The yellow caution tape that had barricaded the top level of the dinning hall due to a leaky ceiling, has been removed. The usual gamers and fantasy card players had now been allowed to spend their time there as they had intended before. However, the opportunity would be short lived as custodians who clean the soaked rugs every 2 to 3 times a semester, would be destined to...

Constantly lit parking garage draws complaints

Mark Rivera

April 5, 2010

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With the new parking lot structure, on 16th and Broadway, set to be up and running this fall, there should be little to complain about for the many parking-weary students at San Diego City College. However, with the structure's lights being turned-on throughout the night, even while it's not open for use and with no construction being done while the lights are on, Construction...

District considers pay cuts

Dan Berger

April 5, 2010

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The San Diego Community College District is currently involved in negotiations to close the remaining $4 million budget deficit. The district has proposed a "fair share" reduction in which contracted employee groups, such as professors, secretaries, lab technicians and others, would equally contribute to a temporary compensation reduction for the 2010-11 school year. According...

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