Day of Remembrance: Solemnity, Sorrow
By Jim Powell
Nearly 200 demonstrators lit candles and marched down Market Street
as part of the Sixth Annual Transgender Day of Remembrance on
Nov. 20 to memorialize tran-sgenders murdered in hate crimes.
College Reserves Could be the Next to Go to Iraq
By Gennady Sheyner
In a move that may affect some of the roughly 100 City College
students who serve as reserves in the United States armed forces,
the Department of Defense has begun to alert and mobilize thousands
of fresh troops for duty in Iraq as part of the its force rotation
Virus for City College
By Ian Leibert
City College has successfully stood its ground in the fight to
repel the multitude of computer viruses and Internet worms that
have caused major damage to many college campuses across the nation.
Mission Theater Makes Multi-Million Migraine
By Melissa Pamer
City College officials thought they had found a cure for the 25-year
headache caused by the long-delayed Mission campus expansion when
they purchased the New Mission Theater and adjacent Giant Value
store in 1998.
Cuts Inspire Art
In an attempt to bolster awareness and support of community college
issues in the face of pending budget cuts, City College Dean of
Governmental Relations Leslie Smith has masterminded "The Missing
Community College Student," a statewide art installation project.
Elucidates Brown Act
By Carolyn Johnston
The Brown Act, a California law mandating open government meetings,
implements the Founding Fathers' vision of government of, by and
for the people, according to a First Amendment lawyer who spoke
on November 17 at City College.
Highschool Journalism Day
Graffitti is OK'd
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