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Volume 137, Issue 4



The Guardsman Online
Cover Story

The Metrosexual Myth
BY ELI MILCHNER
If you find yourself needing to throttle the life out of the next person who even thinks about mentioning the word "metrosexual," you're not alone.

News


Budget Crunch Fatalities
The Missing Students

BY SUSAN BARNES
As many as 15,000 California community college students, staff and supporters are expected to rally March 15 at the state Capitol Building in Sacramento to protest Governor Schwarzenegger's proposed 2004-2005 budget.

Protesters Taunt Bechtel
By Lubna Takruri
Two hundred protesters, some in costume, chanted in front of the Bechtel offices in the Financial District on Feb. 25 in an attempt to bring attention to the "corporate takeover" of Iraq.

Gonzalez Attends La Raza Event
BY MARLON LUMANG
Matt Gonzalez, Presi-dent of the Board of Super-visors, addressed City College students at La Raza Unity Fiesta, Feb. 25, at the Student Union.

Ballot Box: And The Winner Is...
BY FLYNN HAGERTY
The Propositions

City College Remembers Professor Leonard Sanazaro

 

Arts


Metamorphosis: Vandalism Turned Art
BY MARLON LUMANG
City College faculty help make destroyed books an aesthetic experience

The Tables Have Turned
BY JEREMY TANNER
City College is now a heavyweight in the turntable world due to the success of two student DJs.

iPod Mini Cometh
BY MARK FOLKMAN

When the inescapable advertising blitz for the new iPod mini pummeled my consumer consciousness, I was powerless to resist its siren call.

Movie Review:
Passionate Violence

BY JIM POWELL

Roc Producer Puts Rap First
BY MILES HARWELL
Last year, Kanye West was just another name on the inside of a CD jacket, listed as a producer on tracks for Jay-Z, Beanie Sigel and other Roc-A-Fella artists. But in 2003, the public would get to know the man behind the beats.

Features


Sometimes it just takes a... Second Chance
BY ABEL HARO

Second chances are few and far between for those whose mistakes landed them in the California criminal system, but for about 40 City College students a fresh start is on the horizon thanks to the Second Chance program.



Front Page

Sports

Basketball:
Men's Team Wins, Then Loses; Women Knocked Out
BY BEN SCHNEIDER

Playoff Analysis:
Rams had higher hopes in better times

BY ZURI BERRY

The Strong Have Fallen
First round loss resembles last season's breakdown

BY DIEGO VALDEZ-SANCHEZ

Rams whip Sacramento in tourney action
BY BEN SCHNEIDER

Softball Team Ready to Go
Women in right direction to reach post season after sub-par 200
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BY SEAN MOORE

Maurice Clarett Bashing Is Quite Alright
Addi-Sports--Individuals who are consumed by the sports addiction...
BY ZURI BERRY

Opinions


Empire of Dirt
BY JORGE PARADA

"Gentlemen, start your engines!" said President Bush as he stood before a roaring crowd at the Day-tona International Speedway.


Letters to the Editor

From the Mouth of Miles
BY MILES HARWELL
In the mid-90's, Seattle Supersonic forward Shawn Kemp was one of the best power forwards in the NBA.

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