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Students stage walkout in protest in wake of Michael Brown grand jury decision

Students stage walkout in protest in wake of Michael Brown grand jury decision

December 10, 2014

“Hands up! Walkout! Hands up! Walkout! Hands up,” was the call to fellow students on the way to class, along 16th and C streets, and through San Diego...

City students rally for the missing 43 Ayotzinapa students

City students rally for the missing 43 Ayotzinapa students

December 10, 2014

Nov. 20, 1910, was the day that marked the start of the Mexican Revolution leading to Mexico's independence. But this year, the day's revolutionary spirit...

Bi-national conference promotes activism at City College

Miguel Cid

December 9, 2014

Filed under NEWS

The Fifth Bi-national Conference on Border Issues promoted activism as speakers called for collective action during the two day event held at San Diego City College Nov. 6, and in Tijuana Nov. 7. Panels started at 8 a.m. at City College and ran until about 4 p.m. Registration began after the fist session, following City College professor Abel Macias, UCSD professor Lenna Tay...

Going by the book – The Ninth Annual San Diego City College International Book Fair has authors and artists share their stories

Going by the book – The Ninth Annual San Diego City College International Book Fair has authors and artists share their stories

Miguel Cid

October 28, 2014

Filed under NEWS, TOP STORIES

On Oct. 13 City College began its ninth annual international book fair. The week long event ran until Oct. 20 and featured new and returning writers ta...

Students in Power host forum

Students in Power host forum

October 28, 2014

With tension still high in Ferguson, Mo., City College club Students in Power hosted an open forum to discuss police brutality, the judicial system, the...

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: to be accepted or declined?

Miguel Cid

October 28, 2014

Filed under OPINION

ALS is a disease that affects people almost at random, and the Ice Bucket Challenge that went viral in late July has brought much awareness to the disease. But since the challenge has emerged, it has strangely almost been put against what happened when people began rioting a few weeks later in Ferguson against systematic racial oppression in the U.S. Even people in Palestine...

A slow start for Knights soccer teams

A slow start for Knights soccer teams

Miguel Cid

October 14, 2014

Filed under SPORTS

The San Diego City College soccer teams don’t have the undefeated records all teams hope for, but the coaches and players are confident in one another...

To the Max – Acting Athletic Director Larry Maxey talks about what it takes
 to be a student-athlete

To the Max – Acting Athletic Director Larry Maxey talks about  what it takes
 to be a student-athlete

Miguel Cid

October 13, 2014

Filed under SPORTS

Last spring, after controversy in the Athletics Department dealing with student eligibility, Larry Maxey stepped into the role as acting athletic direct...

Teamwork at the park

Teamwork at the park

September 30, 2014

Students met up at Cesar Chavez Park at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 20, to roll up their sleeves and put on gloves, leading a cleanup in the Barrio Logan co...

Heartbreak for men’s soccer team as Compton Tartars tie game in extra time

Heartbreak for men’s soccer team as Compton Tartars tie game in extra time

September 7, 2014

The San Diego City College men's soccer team kicked off their first home game of the season on Sept. 3 against the El Camino-Compton Tartars, in a game...

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Miguel Cid