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Volume 137, Issue 2



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News
The Year of the Monkey
Lunar new year crosses cultural boundaries

By Tracy Held

Monkeys around the world celebrated along with rats, dragons, roosters and the other animals of the Chinese Zodiac on the first day of the Lunar New Year on Jan. 22.

Tenants Remain Uncertain About Future
Revised contract with housing developers includes residents in decision-making
BY LUCAS MUNCAL
City College is moving forward with plans to build a new Chinatown campus on the Fong Building site, leaving its soon to be displaced tenants uncertain about their future housing.

Arts


ALTERNATIVE VALENTINE'S DATES
LOW BUDGET SOLUTIONS FOR EVEN THE MOST HIGH- MAINTENANCE DATES

BY LUBNA TAKRURI

The Sex Tour at the Zoo
Broke or not, everyone should know about a world-famous and uniquely S.F. Valentine's Day event: The Sex Tour.

Literary icon re-examines segregation
Ishmael Reed launches African-American History Month at City College's Rosenberg Library
BY GENNADY SHEYNER

Black History Month Events

Features


Going the Distance
City College cyclists crank out miles

BY ELI MILCHMAN
Donning his helmet like a warrior readying for battle, James Dunn straps his messenger bag onto his back, frees his mountain bike from its shackles in front of Ram Plaza and prepares to set off on the arduous 18-mile journey home to Larkspur, in the hills of Marin.

CYCLING 101:So Many Bikes, So Little Time
Brian Bruckner, owner of local bike shop Big Swingin Cycles, and ex-messenger John Carey lend their expertise in an introductory guide to the world of commuting by bicycle.

Getting Into Gear: The Essentials for Biking

Front Page

Sports

Basketball:
Surging Rams win five of six games

BY BEN SCHNEIDER

McNealy leads way for Lady Rams
BY DIEGO VALDEZ- SANCHEZ
The Lady Rams have gotten off to a hot start this season, winning four of their first five regular season matchups.

Baseball Coach has Playoff Aspirations for 2004
BY FLYNN HAGERTY
A number of exciting freshmen and talented returning sophomores has City College baseball feeling optimistic this spring after a disappointing 2003 season marked by struggle.

Garcia's DUI Overyhyped
BY ZURI BERRY
Once again your average sports fan is disappointed because an average sports icon has made an average man's mistake

Opinions


A Word From the Editor's Desk:
Valentine's Day is a Foolish Holiday

BY ROB NAGLE

From the Mouth of Miles
BY MILES HARWELL
When I was a kid, my mom always used to complain about how George Bush Sr. was screwing our country over. I was young and new to politics, and I trust my mom's judgment, so I followed her when she started getting hyped over a Democratic governor from Arkansas named Bill Clinton.

BY MAEVE SHERIDAN

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