Aggressive Drivers Pose
Hazards to Pedestrians
Thirty-one out of 44 traffic infractions
recorded by City College police between March 2001 and January
2002 were moving violations that put pedestrians in harm's
Irresponsible motorists appear
to be the greatest risk to student safety, according to information
from both the San Francisco Community College Police Log and SFPD
traffic division statistics. story
Enrollment Increased by Recession
Enrollment in credit classes at City College has increased this semester
by approximately 4,000 students from spring semester 2001. story
LGBT Center Ready to Open Doors to Gay Community
A much anticipated community campus is ready to come out.
Gay orthodox men dance during one of the
support meetings held in Israel.
Plays Against the Faithful
You go to mass regularly, observe
every holiday, and read the scriptures daily. But what you read
says that what you're feeling is sinful, and death is the only punishment.
You see, you're also gay.
Movie/TV Star Ann Margret is Golden on Stage
The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
is a two stepping, tale of the true and legendary Chicken Ranch
Brothel in La Grange, Texas.
'Hart's War' Continues Latest String of war Movies
Vampire Flick Trips Over
Two Mismatched Storylines
on Newstands Now!
Rams Take Last Minute Victory 57-55
It was one of those grand finales of basketball
games that could easily be a Hollywood movie. But the Lady Rams
made it real, beating DeAnza College with two free throws with
1.4 seconds left in the game, winning 57-55.
Rams Trounce Cañada College, 86-60
The City College Rams beat Cañada College
handily on Feb. 13 at the South Gym. It was an easy but important
victory for the undefeated Rams (28-0), led by star player Derrick
Start for Rookie Laden Tennis Team as
2002 Season Opens
It's a new season for the women's tennis
team, and that means a new team line-up.