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First World Cultures event focused on criminal justice

First World Cultures event focused on criminal justice

September 13, 2019

The first World Cultures event kicked off with “Treated Like A Number: Not A Human” with Dr. Rob Rubalcaba, a mathematics professor at San Diego City College.

City College community shares memories on day of remembrance

City College community shares memories on day of remembrance

September 12, 2019

For some students it was an ordinary day of lectures when the San Diego Blood Bank arrived on campus. For City College student Nathan Proctor, it was a day of remembrance for the victims and first responders who lost their lives in the Sept. 11 attacks, which left a big impact on his life.

City College cafeteria facing more delays

City College cafeteria facing more delays

August 23, 2019

San Diego City College students will have to wait longer to get a fresh meal from the cafeteria.

International struggles lead City College honors student to UC Berkeley

International struggles lead City College honors student to UC Berkeley

May 22, 2019

Life in California is expensive, even in a rural place like Fresno where Maria Zedukes was born and raised.  

City College programs impress SDCCD board members

City College programs impress SDCCD board members

September 28, 2018

The SDCCD Board of Trustees were impressed with the City College MathJam and MESA program during their Sept. 27 board meeting on City College campus.

Former City College students win six Emmys

Former City College students win six Emmys

July 5, 2017

Two former City College students took home six Emmy awards on June 24. The 43rd Annual Pacific Southwest Emmy Awards was held at the Sheraton San Diego...

Steam Punk Cop

Steam Punk Cop

Mike Madriaga

October 24, 2016

Colonel Malcolm Weatherby, a fictional character from 1890, roams our campus. The term “Steampunk” was coined in 1987 when an author, K.W. Jeter,...

Recent crimes cause campus safety concern

Justine Schulz

October 15, 2015

The lack of officers on campus has raised concerns from the Math Department faculty due to the recent crimes on campus. “I feel like they’re understaffed,” Carolyn Thomas of the Mathematics Department said. “I think there’s only so much the 34 officers can do. We have a huge district: Miramar, Mesa, here, Continuing Education. They’re on different sh...

A new vision for City College

A new vision for City College

August 26, 2014

New City College President Anthony Beebe held his first convocation for faculty, staff and administrators Aug. 14 at the Saville Theatre. The convocation...

Summer classes return

March 26, 2014

Summer classes are returning to the San Diego Community College District for 2014. More than 400 classes will be available for City College students and the...

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