What to expect:

The new website launched at the beginning of the spring semester still has broken links, but should be fixed within a couple weeks. The drama program presents us with two shows this 2019 spring semester. Dr. Marisol Clark-Ibáñez presented a powerful lecture on undocumented Latinos. 

City College website continues steady improvements


Broken links from the old website are soon to be fixed


By Brian Mohler, Arts & Entertainment Editor

The start of the Spring semester brought us a new website, but with anything new, there's always going to be some bugs to fix.

Although the website was debuted to be more user friendly, there are many report of the links still being broken.

The broken links will soon be fixed within the next couple of weeks. The website has received a lot of positive reviews, regardless of the broken links.

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City College’s drama stage is set for spring 2019

Upcoming drama productions include free shows for City College students.

By Kristin Dixon, Newsletter Editor

City College will be debuting two shows for the Spring 2019 season. 

The 4th Annual Festival of New Plays will be held March 7-16 on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays in the Black Box Theatre. Performances will be free to students on Thursdays at 2 pm. 

The plays are written by drama students and directed by faculty. These students submitted their plays and the top ones were selected for the Festival of New Plays. 

The second performance will be "Heathers the Musical", directed by  Dr. Katie Rodda. The play is based off the 1989 cult film "Heathers."

According to Rodda, the lead character, Veronica, played by Alyssa Salacup, gets swept up into the Heathers’ world. Veronica falls for the new kid J.D., played by Devin McKenna, who has a dark streak.

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Author brings views on the struggles of undocumented Latinos to City College

A book by Cal State San Marcos professor brings light to the lives of Latinos and immigrants.

The+life+of+Latinos+and+unodcumented+immigrants+was+discussed+with+author+and+CSUSM+professor+Marisol+Clark-Ibanez.+By Kristin Dixon, Newsletter Editor

Author and professor Dr. Marisol Clark-Ibáñez presented a lecture on her book “Undocumented Latino Youth: Navigating Their Worlds” at San Diego City College on Monday.

This book follows the everyday stuggles Latinos go through daily. Proceeds from the book go to scholarships of undocumented Latinos attending Cal State San Marcos. 

The book also documents the solutions allies can do to help undocumented individuals so they know that there is hope. She calls these allies "DREAMer Keepers."

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In other news ...

• Knights tennis extends win streak Click here to read the complete story.

CalFresh free groceries program arrives at City College campus
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City College men’s basketball season over after dramatic loss
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The newsletter was compiled by Kristin Dixon.
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