City College San Francisco The Guardsman
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Volume 134, Issue 4

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City College Takes On Growing Identity Theft Concerns As identity theft becomes increasingly common, City College is not taking any chances.
The first major step City College has taken to ensure studentsı privacy was to replace social security numbers as the primary student identification number.

No Argument Here: Speech Team Rules Members of the City College Speech and Debate team were finalists at the annual tournament held Oct. 4-6 at the Santa Rosa Jr. College Invitational.

Thespians Show off Their True Colors The fifth annual Festival of American Playwrights of Color, 12 one-acts by 12 playwrights, performed by 24 actors, plays at the Diego Rivera Theater October 25-27.

Halloween San Francisco Style
By Tracy Anderson
Dating back over 2,000 years, the origins of Halloween lie in Druidic times, in the Celtic lands that are now France and the United Kingdom.

Should we take action against Iraq?
Point By James Gessner
Counter-Point By Brad Wall

Rants and Raves
For those of who you know me, you may already be familiar with my appreciation for a fine reality show. At the very least, theyıre entertaining. At the most, they serve as introspective studies of human nature.


The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 / Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 The dotted letters on Hugo Salazarıs ³Braille Lite² flicker under his fingertips in constantly shifting patterns.

Lady Ramsı Volleyball Canıt Hold Back Cabrillo Seahawks The Rams womenıs volleyball team lost a hard fought match to the Cabrillo Seahawks 3-0, in an exciting, yet heartbreaking match that was much closer than the final score indicates.

Ramsı Defense Stymies Piratesı Attack When the Modesto Junior College Pirates took to the field at Rams Stadium on Oct. 12, they were expected to give City Collegeıs football team a real dogfight.
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