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Volume 134, Issue 6


Campus Events

28th Annual Holiday Exhibit & Sale Original art and jewelry for sale by students in ceramics, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, textiles, watercolor and weaving. Fort Mason Art Campus, Bldg B, Fri, Dec 6 from 6-9pm, Sat & Sun Dec 7 & 8 from 10am-6pm. In addition, there will be a Faculty Art Show in the Coffee Gallery.

Fashion Shows presented by the Fashion Coordination Class, Tuesdays and Thursday through the end of the semester. 12-12:30 pm in the Student Cafeteria.

Holiday Plant Sale Environmental Horticulture/Floristry Department announces a special Winter Holiday Sale. Featuring: Holiday Wreaths, Centerpieces, Arrange-ments, Selected Indoor and Outdoor Plants, Poinsettias. Thursday, Dec 5 11 am-2 pm. Horticulture Ctr, Ocean Campus.

English Eligibility Essay Exam Your opportunity to go directly to English 1A. There is no need to RSVP, just show up ready to write with pens and a dictionary. Nov 21, 8-10am BNGL 301 & 6-8pm BATL 511, Nov 22, 1-3pm BATL 513, Nov 25 1-3pm BNGL 301 and Nov 26, 2-4pm ART 308 & 6-8pm BNGL 305A. For more info call 239-3574.

Fall Dance Concert Friday and Saturday Nov 22 and 23 at 8 pm Diego Rivera Theatre. Annual concert of faculty and student work. It will be a lively show including several different dance forms. Admission $6 general, $5 students.

Documentary "Photos to Send" Irish American filmmaker Deidre Lynch retraces Dorothea Lange's footsteps, traveling the country roads in County Clare, Ireland to visit many of the same people Lange met and photographed nearly a half century ago. Wed Dec 4, 7-10 pm, Rosenberg Library Rm 305.

The 20th Annual Scott Joplin Birthday Ragtime Concert Featuring performances by many of your favorite faculty members. Tue Nov 26 at 11:00am, Arts Rm 133.

World AIDS Day Activities On Mon Dec 2, the HIV/STD Education Office in conjunction with numerous community-based organizations will provide multi-lingual information on HIV/STD's and other health related topics at the Mission Campus from 9am-1pm and 5-7:30pm.


Trainees Needed: Bartender Trainees Needed $250 a day potential Local Positions 1-800-293-3985, ext 781

Bartenders Needed: No experience necessary. Earn up to $300 per day. Call 866-291-1884 xU199.

Avon Sales: Catalogs, orders and campus club fund raising. Call Carol at 415-626-6710.

Become an Avon Independent Sales Rep for just $10! Contact me to sign up. It's that easy! 209-996-4294


Queer Alliance Club Meets Fridays 11 am ­ 12 pm Student Union Room 208.

Alcoholics Anonymous meets on Tuesdays & Thursdays 11:15-12:15 in the Martin Luther King Center first floor Student Union.

Alpha Gamma Sigma the California Community College Honor Society meets Fridays 1:30-2:30pm Student Union Conference Room 208.

Accounting Club meets Nov 7 & 21, Dec 5 & 19 from 1-2pm in Cloud Hall Rm 246. For more info email:

Forensic Science Club meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month. 1st Tues 10:30 am, 3rd Tues 5:30 pm. Cloud Hall, Room 121.

City College Cantonese Youth Fellowship meets the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month, 3 pm-4:30 pm Creative Arts Bldg, Room 133.

Flute Lecture & Demonstration Flutist and flute collector Richard Wilson pairs with Harry Bernstein to present a history of this instrument and a series of duets using antique flutes. Note: two presentations! Dec 2 10:30-11:45am in Arts 133 and again at 3-4 pm Arts Building Room 135.

Off Campus

$20 Seats for "RENT" the Musical Available day of performance only at the Orpheum Theatre Box Office, 1192 Market St. Show runs Nov 19 ­ Dec 1. Call 415-551-2000 for more info.


"Bad Brains and Bad Beetles" Works by Nancy Elliot and Robert Horning on display Nov 25-Dec 20 in the City Arts Gallery, Visual Arts Bldg Rm 117. Gallery hours M-F 10a-4:30p, open late T & W 6p-8:30p. Reception December 4, 4-6pm in the gallery. Lecture by Robert Horning on Dec 4, 6:30-7:30 pm.

HIV Time Line, in honor of Word AIDS Day, will be posted in Cloud Hall across from rooms 332 & 333, Nov 26 ­ Dec 10. The time line is a moving display of the history of the HIV epidemic in the U.S. over the past 20+ years. People will have the opportunity to participate in the display by adding their personal story to this living mosaic.