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Volume 134, Issue 3


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News
High Enrollment puts Students in a Classroom Crunch Students are feeling the impact of the rise in enrollment at City College this Fall semester with long waiting lists for ESL, math, and English classes, not being able to enroll in full classes and limited parking spaces.

City College Neighbors Report Student Parking Rage With full-time enrollment swollen to almost 8,000, City College's Ocean Avenue campus is suffering the worst parking shortage in its history ≠ and pitting students against faculty and local residents in a battle for precious spots.

Arts
Radio Radio Radio Two mediums, radio station KCSF and Educational Access Cable Channel 27 are among the lively roles that the Broadcast Electronic Media Arts Department (BEMA) plays in the life of the campus.

Film Series Focuses on the Reality of the Latin World
By Tracy Anderson
Latino/Hispanic Heritage Month, celebrated nationally from September 15 through October 15, recognizes the rich cultural influence of that quickly growing minority.

Opinions
How About a Tobacco-Free Campus?
Point By James Gessner
Counter-Point By Brad Wall

Rants and Raves
By Michael Petrelis
When I cast my ballot on November 5th for Guber-natorial Green Party candidate Peter Camejo, my vote will count several times.

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Features
Colombian dance troupe a symbol of Latin diversity The city's diverse Latino cultures, blended together to create its "mestizo," or mixed people population, includes many Central and South American indigenous cultures.

Sports
Rams Break 40-year National Record with Blowout Win An explosive first quarter offense propelled City College past a 40-year-old national junior college record for consecutive wins when the Rams demolished an overmatched San Josť City College Jaguars team 63-3 for their 39th straight victory.

Swanson Sets the Rams' Tone The last time Jason Swanson was on the football field he was in the process of completing what was as storybook career, marching his Lincoln High Hornets down the field to what could have been a game-breaking touchdown.
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