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Volume 136, Issue 3



The Guardsman Online
News
Mayoral Candidates Court Teachers Union
By Abbey Hayward

Five of the leading San Francisco Mayoral candidates visited City College's Ocean Avenue Campus on Tuesday, September 9, 2003 for a special American Federation of Teachers (AFT) local 2121 Committee on Political Education meeting (COPE).

Educated Palate Movin' On Up
By Jim Powell

Downtown campus renovations iinclude upgrade for restaurant

Rosenberg Library Awarded
By Asiana Ponciano

An award ceremony was held honoring the Louise and Claude Rosenberg, Jr. Library and Learning Resource Center on Thursday, Sept. 25.

News Briefs

Arts


Performing Artists Group of City College Surrounded by Friends and Family at Fringe Festival Finale
By Asiana Ponciano

Opinions


Perspectives
Postmortem on Iraq
By A. Jabbar, Ph.D
It seems that the nightmare of our Iraqi invasion will never end.

It's Not Who You Know, It's Who They Know
When the priviledged classes attack affirmative action
By Kurt Poeltl

Front Page

Features
Escape: Discover what lies just outside your classroom
By Asiana Ponciano
Fall semester is here and that means Indian summer will be rolling in and fog will be rolling out.

Photo Gallery: The Ferry Building Marketplace
Photos by Carol DiBenedetto


Sports


Rams Football Ranked #1 in Coaches Poll
By Todd Levinson

The Rams were rated number one in a California Commission on Athletics poll last week.

Cross Country Team Warms Up in Fresno

By Tracy Held

City College Cross Country finished with an unimpressive tenth place out of sixteen for men, and only three out of four women finished, at the Fresno Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 13, and the team isn't worried a bi

Bike Race Attracts Fans, Elite Racers
By Ian Leibert
An estimated 500,000 fans from as far away as Italy and France came to see 300 elite racers, including five-time Tour De France winner Lance Armstrong, race through hilly San Francisco in the T-Mobile International on September 14
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Soccer Team Beats Cabrillo at Home
By Todd Levinson
For a team that's been having trouble winning at home, the men's soccer team had no problem dismantling the visiting Cabrillo Seahawks 6-3 at Balboa Park Boxer Stadium last week.

Rams Abuse Beavers
By Zuri Berry
The City College Rams, without starting quarterback Jason Swanson and star tailback Tim Brown, still managed to thrash the American River Beavers in a 51-3 thumping last Saturday.



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