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Student Services settle into (A) new permanent home

Student Services settle into (A) new permanent home

February 21, 2019

City College’s Student Health Services used to be located in the E building, facing Park Boulevard near San Diego High School. Mental Health Serv...

City College basketball unites Tut brothers

City College basketball unites Tut brothers

February 20, 2019

Despite almost 2,000 miles separating them and never meeting in person until their 20s, Chubath and Khor Tut are as alike as any set of brothers could be. Today they are more than just brothers — they are teammates on the San Diego City College men’s basketball team.

Student honored by San Diego Association of Black Journalists

Student honored by San Diego Association of Black Journalists

April 18, 2018

April 18, 2018 It was a special night last Friday evening for San Diego City College Digital Journalism Department. The San Diego Association of Bl...

Perspective: In defense of Josh Duggar

Phoenix Webb

September 28, 2015

Filed under OPINION

Josh Duggar is not a monster, baby raper or child molester. He is a victim of circumstances and ignorant parents.Strict rules that negatively impacted Josh Duggar's sexual development and a mother distracted with 18 other children are the circumstances that may have led him to inappropriately touch his sisters as a teenager.The Duggar family has been in pop culture since 20...

TV students’ work catches FBI attention

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief

May 8, 2015

Filed under NEWS

Three San Diego City College student journalists were questioned by authorities before and after capturing video in front of San Diego’s FBI building on April 7 for a report on sex trafficking. Abtin Mohammadi, Daniela Porter and a third student who doesn’t want to be identified were recording a stand-up report for "Newscene," City College’s student broadcast news...

Editorial: Rock the (ASG) vote

Joe Kendall, Photo Editor

March 24, 2015

Filed under OPINION

San Diego City College has a voting problem. Last year, voter turnout for the Associated Students Government elections made up just 3 percent of the total student population and the year before that it was only a whopping 1 percent. What can be to blame for such a poor showing? It is certainly not a lack of information. With the official campaigning period still weeks...

Don’t Be Afraid to Cook: Put Down the Take-Out Menu and Fire Up Your Stove

Jennifer Manalili

May 14, 2014

Filed under LEGEND MAGAZINE

Alright, let’s admit it. When it comes to cooking, too many people make too many excuses not to cook. There’s never enough time, the drive-through is so much easier and ordering takeout looks more promising and efficient. But let’s make another confession: no one can afford to go out to eat all of the time and it certainly isn’t a healthy thing to make routine,...

Rape: Understanding the Crime and Knowing Your Resources

Rape: Understanding the Crime and Knowing Your Resources

May 14, 2014

The U.S. has changed greatly since 1929, when the FBI defined rape as “The carnal knowledge of a female, forcibly and against her will,” Ms. ...

Evolution of the ‘Con’: How the Center of Nerd Culture Became a Phenomenon of its Own

Jennifer Manalili

May 14, 2014

Filed under LEGEND MAGAZINE

  The lines are spiraling as the San Diego sun beats down on a couple thousand yards of tents that rest over a crowd that stretches behind the Convention Center toward the water. Thousands of people are standing in line. Many of them have been waiting since last night, some of them for days, huddled under the tent poles and amongst the white chain-linked crowd control...

City student wins big at San Diego Film Festival Awards

City student wins big at San Diego Film Festival Awards

Edwin Rendon

March 25, 2014

Filed under Art, TOP STORIES

City College film student Paul Matthew Giret’s roots in music and activism in San Diego have taken him, his camera and the fruits of his labors beyon...

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