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Editor’s list: Best Trilogies

August Lawrence

September 14, 2020

Everyone has a favorite movie or book. During the pandemic, people have been given the opportunity to watch and read as much as they can handle. But three is better than one, and people rarely discuss their favorite trilogies....

Three fun, safe socially-distant activities for COVID pandemic

Dylan Grausz, Staff Writer

September 14, 2020

The effects of the quarantine reach into every aspect of our lives, and with long days of isolation that seem never-ending all of us are looking for something to do to escape the boredom. There is no question that during this pandem...

Ambassadors host virtual music festival to reconnect students

Jacob Frank, Staff Writer

May 6, 2020

When Madeleine Mayi’s parents told her that she would need a job, she put her skills to the test and took to the streets of Santa Barbara, pursuing her dream to play music. Having played live shows throughout Los Angeles to support two E...

The Channels top 5 most shocking moments from Netflix’s ‘Tiger King’

Valerie van den Broek, Arts and Entertainment Editor

April 27, 2020

The hit Netflix documentary series “Tiger King” had its audience glued to their screens for each episode, and we are here today to give you a recap of the biggest twists and most shocking moments. *Note: this article does contain spoilers* Ar...

Theatre group optimistic despite shows canceled due to COVID-19

Rodrigo Hernandez, Staff Writer

April 24, 2020

With the sudden switch to online classes brought on by COVID-19, along with the abrupt cancellation of the spring and summer shows, City College theatre students have adapted to the online setting while performing from home.  ...

Bored staying home? We provide a list of recommendations to watch

Rodrigo Hernandez, Staff Writer

April 1, 2020

With the country being under stay-at-home orders, we find ourselves with plenty of extra time to binge on Netflix and Hulu. With new releases and older gems being constantly added, sometimes it can feel overwhelming, and nobo...

Music department shares concerns with online classes, cancels shows

August Lawrence, Staff Writer

March 30, 2020

The Music Department has had to rethink its entire instruction process, abruptly canceling all band rehearsals and converting as many classes as possible to an online format after City College’s campus closure due to COVID-19....

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