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Receptionist Juliana Singleton helps a student in the Transfer Center

Staying ahead of the transfer curve

November is a busy month for any college student. Not only do students need to get their grades in order before the fall semester comes…



Renovations for Lillard Hall may be delayed beyond the projected 2019 date due to lack of funding.

New Allied Health facilities on the horizon

Two City College Allied Health and physics buildings constructed in 1963 are overdue for renovation, according to campus officials, who are optimistic that the $14.95…


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Making law school accessible

City College, often cited as one of the most diverse campuses in the region, has been chosen out of 112 community colleges in the state…




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Susurrus extends submission deadline

City College’s literary journal, Susurrus, has extended the deadline for submission to its 21st edition to Oct. 20, 2014. The journal will be published in…


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Bridging the learning gap

Statistics show that black men are falling behind in academic achievement and in setting and meeting personal and career goals. In response to the learning…


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Enrollment rules change

Community college has traditionally been a place of exploration and discovery when it comes to students finding what they want to do with their lives,…


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Helping to build student confidence

Students who fund public speaking daunting, whether in front of a crowd, at a job interview, or just in passing conversation, have an opportunity to attend…