Podcasts

Podcast: Indigenous Circles United
By | Staff Writer
Dec. 8

The Indigenous Circles United is a non-profit organization based on sustaining the indigenous culture. It’s also designed to provide special services to assist struggling students and their families.

The organization has a scholarship program that rose over $20,000, and offers one-on-one assistance for college applications, registration, and the FASFA process. There are also cultural events hosted such as a cultural exchange and an annual sound, arts and cultural music festival.

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By | Staff Writer
May 13

City College men’s baseball head coach Derek Sullivan says chemistry within the team and his creditability as a former Panthers’ baseball player work together to make Panthers’ baseball’s winning way.

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By | Staff Photographer
March 24

The musical genre K-Pop—Korean popular music—is, according to the New Yorker’s John Seabrook, “an East-West mash-up,” in which boy/girl band performances of “mesmerizing synchronized dance moves, accompanied by a complex telegraphy of winks and hand gestures, have an Asian flavor, but the music sounds Western: hip-hop verses, Euro-pop choruses, rapping, and dub step breaks.”   

Today, K-Pop is internationally know. It’s global appeal is drawing in seemingly unlikely fans, including City College psychology major Almendrita Recio who describes herself as “raised in Sacramento very Mexican.” 

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By | Staff Writer
March 5

Equipped with only beat samples from his tablet, City College student and local rap artist Marlyn Hill, AKA Marz the Marzian, displays some of his musical prowess and discusses the motivations behind his art.

 

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