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Volume 136, Issue 4

The Guardsman Online
Protesters united against war, occupation, recall
By Jim Powell

Diversity was the unifying theme during a demonstration held at San Francisco's Civic Center Plaza on Sunday, Sept. 28.

Students seek Board of Trustees Endorsement
By Zuri Berry
The Young Workers United (YWU) attended the City College Board of Trustees meeting on Sept. 25 seeking support on Proposition L, only to find the Libertarian mayoral candidate, Michael Denny, trying to head them off.

Recall Election Night in Sacramento
Photos by Marianne Monnin
Election Night parties were held near the State Capitol area for both Governor Gray Davis and Lt. Governor Cruz Bustamente candidates, in Sacramento on October 7.

Lieberman and Bustamante "Cruz" the Mission Campus
Lt. Gov. Cruz Bustamante and presidential candidate Sen. Joe Lieberman visited City College's Mission campus on September 22 to highlight job training as well as promote Bustamante's new budget plan.

Anarchists deliver message to Greek Consulate
By Ian Liebert

A group of 25 activists, all dressed in black, took their protest from the front door to the front desk of the Greek Consulate on Gough Street in San Francisco on Friday, Sept. 26.

Pedestrian Injured

A student was struck by an automobile while crossing an intersection of Phelan Avenue on Wednesday, September 24, at 2:20 p.m., marking the first accident of this nature this year.


Mayoral Candidates Comment on Future of Local Arts Funding
By Abbey Hayward
Governor Davis' 2002 budget cut The California Arts Council's budget by 96%, slashing funding from $16 million to $1 million for 2003-04. These cuts include 350 grants to San Francisco worth $4 million. Without financial support from Sacramento, the arts community is looking to forge a relationship with the next mayor of San Francisco.

Form Follows Function As City College Cuts Back Its Arts Schedule
By Elizabeth Davis
California's budget crisis has resulted in major cuts aimed at arts programs at community colleges across the state.

A Mission Movie and a Movie's Mission
By Abbey Hayward & Rob Cruz
Local crew reveals the beauty of diversity in San Franciso's Mission District with production of new film

Front Page

The Flavor of Castro/Valencia
City College and middle school brew distinctive mix

By Asiana Ponciano
Grade school memories of soggy brown bag lunches and sticky gum-soled shoes seem far away now... unless you take classes at the Castro/Valencia campus of City College, where adults and kids share the same facility.


Cross Country:
Team Runs Over Personal Bests at Lou Vasquez Invitational
By Tracy Held

When the City College Cross Country Team starts getting serious, first, they break out their running flats, then they break down their personal records.

14th Annual Tournament a Smash

Community, faculty students compete and raise money for tennis team
By Tracy Held and Marianne Monnin
Over 150 community members, faculty and students competed at the 14th Annual City College of San Francisco Tennis Championships under clear and sunny skies.

State Title Out of Reach
By Todd Levinson

More than half of the junior college football teams in Northern California are not eligible to play in the state championships.

Opinions are like...
Red Sox Fan, Until They Lose
; This fan's loyalty runs deep
By Todd Levinson

Renegades Fogged In
By Todd Levinson

The cold wind and fog may be part of City College's home field advantage, but in the first scoreless half of their 2-0 win over Ohlone, the chilly weather seemed to be getting to everyone.

Don't Hate the Player

By Jim Powell

Politicians, Action Heroes, and Eighth-Graders
Arnold Schwarzenegger elected: politics as usual

By Kurt Poeltl

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