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Author of undocumented immigrant issues book comes to City College

Author of undocumented immigrant issues book comes to City College

March 4, 2019

San Diego City College’s World Cultures will host Dr. Marisol Clark-Ibáñez for a lecture and author Q&A session on Monday. 

Undocumented students share success stories

Undocumented students share success stories

October 16, 2018

The UndocuStories panel is the first in a series of events put on throughout the San Diego Community College District and part of a statewide week of action initiative by California Community Colleges in order to support undocumented students.

Politifest brings discussions, candidates to San Diego voters

Politifest brings discussions, candidates to San Diego voters

October 7, 2018

Three leaders of three different cities kicked off Politifest with a panel featuring mayors of Sacramento, San Diego, and Tijuana, Mexico on Oct. 6 at the University of San Diego. Politifest 2018 was planned as an opportunity for voters and others to learn more issues and candidates as the November election approaches.

Miles apart: Trump visit incites rallies at the border

Monica de la Cruz, Managing Editor

March 21, 2018

Filed under MULTIMEDIA, NEWS, TOP STORIES

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...

AB 540 City College students come back from the White House

AB 540 City College students come back from the White House

October 24, 2016

This November, two City College students will not be able to vote for a new White House tenant. Last month, Ana Karina Lomeli-Cadenas and Kenia ...

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...

VAMP performers reveal ‘the other side’

Katherine Salindayao-White

October 27, 2015

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

There was a full house Oct. 15 at the San Diego Central Library where student finalists performed for VAMP — the Visual/Audio Monologue Performance. Not only did the seats fill up quickly, but there were also students sitting on the floor across the library in order to see these students perform their monologues.The nine performers at VAMP were Itzahana Torres, Shahad ...

The border patrol is abusing its given power

Jennifer Manalili

May 15, 2013

Filed under VOICE

The controversy that surrounds checkpoint stories occurring in inland areas ---- namely the U.S./Mexico border, centers around a rapidly growing viral movement in which drivers are videotaping their heated altercations with border patrol officials on. Namely, these altercations become heated because the drivers in the videos are on the receiving end of racial profiling.The vi...

Cross the border, waive your rights

Elizabeth Carson

April 29, 2013

Filed under VOICE

“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” This is the Fourth Amendment...

Goodbye Constitution

J. Rae Chipera

April 29, 2013

Filed under VOICE

America: home of the free and land of the brave? Not anymore.In Southern California, even if one does not leave the U.S., it is inevitable that a driver will pass through a border patrol checkpoint; whereupon, questions will be asked, ethnicity will be judged and the car might even get searched, all in the name of safety and national security, but to what end?Border patrol is not...

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