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City College to revamp math courses

City College to revamp math courses

March 21, 2019

A state law signed by former governor Jerry Brown will change the way students at San Diego City College and all other state community colleges approach math.

Intercession opens, but with fewer options

Intercession opens, but with fewer options

January 2, 2019

The Fall 2018 semester is officially over and students, especially those who have applied to transfer to a four-year university next fall, might be interested in four-week intersession classes.

California DMV mistakenly registers ineligible voters

California DMV mistakenly registers ineligible voters

October 18, 2018

The California Department of Motor Vehicles mistakenly registered 1,500 individuals to vote, according to multiple news organizations. The mistaken registrations are in addition to the already 23,000 reported registration errors last month.

Still time to join record number of registered California voters

Still time to join record number of registered California voters

October 7, 2018

There is still time to register to vote prior to the upcoming midterm election on Nov. 6. In order to be eligible to vote, registration must be completed before Oct. 22. 

Chancellor Carroll explains year full of changes for SDCCD

Chancellor Carroll explains year full of changes for SDCCD

September 18, 2018

A new formula affecting how the state of California allocates community college funding has resulted in the district making changes, Chancellor Dr. Constance Carroll explained in an open forum at San Diego City College on Sept. 18.

San Diego Promise expands its reach

San Diego Promise expands its reach

September 11, 2018

San Diego Community College District has established itself as the leader among community college districts in the area when it comes to offering student assistance. Other community colleges in the region offer one year of tuition-free education, but only SDCCD’s San Diego Promise offers its students two years.

Raising the 3 percent

Ikedra King, Arts Editor

April 20, 2018

For the second time this month, San Diego is at the forefront of film celebrations in Southern California.This year marks the 25th anniversary showcasing Latino filmmakers, directors, and actors to celebrate the history, culture, and Latino excellence within the realm of film. The San Diego Latino Film Festival is set to be one of the biggest celebrations of Latino filmmakers yet...

Miles apart: Trump visit incites rallies at the border

Monica de la Cruz, Managing Editor

March 21, 2018

By nine o’clock on the morning of March 13, law enforcement, spectators and reporters from around the world were ready in place near the Otay Mesa port of entry to witness President Donald Trump’s arrival to San Diego. The morning tour of border wall prototypes was scheduled as the first stop in the president’s first visit to California since he took office last J...

How to vote in June 7 primary election

Beatriz Merced

May 11, 2016

The first step to take for the California primary election is getting registered to vote. The last day to register is May 23 to vote in the primary election on June 7. You can register to vote via mail, through an online application or in person with individuals who are registering voters.Then, there are two options to vote, by mail or at a polling place. Once you are registered to vote, yo...

Campus Equity Week returns to City College

Phoenix Webb

November 9, 2015

Campus Equity Week came to San Diego City College for the second year on Oct. 26, although it was not posted in the online calendar for the campus.The event was created to bring awareness to students, faculty and administration about the salary disparity between full time faculty and part time faculty. The equity issue is a national issue.All last week, letters to Gov. Jerry ...

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