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Students earn prestigious scholarship

Jennifer Ovalle

May 3, 2014

The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship unveiled its winners on April 14, and among the 75 selected victors of the scholarship are two City College students, Bryce Schierenbeck and Marikris Racho. The prestigious scholarship was awarded to four students in the San Diego Community College District, Schierenbeck and Racho from City, as well as two students from Miramar Colle...

Amon Amarth conquers the House of Blues

Amon Amarth conquers the House of Blues

February 25, 2014

Swedish Viking metal band Amon Amarth along with the Ohio-based band Skeletonwitch dominated the House of Blues on Feb 16. The line of eager fans coil...

ASG launches website

Jennifer Ovalle and Essence Mcconnell

February 24, 2014

The Associated Students Government (ASG) recently launched their official website to stay connected with students and showcase the moving forces behind the committees and clubs. “For the first time in history we the students of San Diego City College Associated Students Government control our own web presence,” said ASG Senator Zane Hunker in an email interview...

Swedish songstress to enchant at The Casbah

Swedish songstress to enchant at The Casbah

February 15, 2014

After captivating the European continent, singer and cellist Linnea Olsson will grace North America for the first time along with the Sweden-based singe...

Photography exhibit features student talent

Photography exhibit features student talent

December 14, 2013

The inaugural Fall Student Photo Exhibition presented 70 works that ranged from artistic portraits to abstract images to figures of Roman mythology. The L...

Japanese rock band Church of Misery shreds at the Soda Bar

Japanese rock band Church of Misery shreds at the Soda Bar

December 14, 2013

Japanese doom-metal band Church of Misery made a stop at the San Diego music venue on their second American tour promoting their latest and fifth album ̶...

San Diego Family Health Center joining the expanding City College campus

Jennifer Ovalle

December 14, 2013

The Family Health Center is scheduled to open for business on May 2014. The clinic will relocate from its previous Broadway and 12th St. location and is scheduled to open at the first floor on the new Math and Science Building in the corner of 16th and Broadway St. There are approximately about 23 locations in San Diego County and will be a very accessible clinic to civili...

Local artwork showcased at ‘Ray at Night’

Local artwork showcased at ‘Ray at Night’

December 14, 2013

With finals looming by, it can be unnerving for many and what better detour to take than a captivating art walk such as the Ray at Night event in the a...

Health care for students this spring

Jennifer Ovalle

December 5, 2013

Family Health Centers of San Diego will open a highly accessible clinic at City College in May of next year. The facility will serve the basic health needs of students and offer a training opportunity for graduate nursing majors. Family Health Centers are relocating to City College from their Broadway and 12th Street location. The new home will be on the first floor of the...

Mayoral voting Nov. 19

Jennifer Ovalle

November 18, 2013

Residents of San Diego, including City College students, will be voting for the mayor in a special election on Nov. 19, after Bob Filner vacated the office in August because of allegations of sexual misconduct.The successor will serve the remainder of Filner's four-year term. If none of the 11 candidates wins a majority vote, a runoff election between the top two candidate...

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Jennifer Ovalle