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Craig, 19, wanted to be a U.S. Marine as soon as he graduated from
McAteer High School in 2002. He even transferred high schools to participate
in the ROTC program, which focused mainly on Naval studies, but which
also taught him about the Marines
candidates will run for the presidential position and a $9,000
stipend while 19 candidates vie for 15 council seats. Meet
Guardsman Wins Awards at Conference
Several members of The Guardsman staff attended the Journalism
Association of Community Colleges conference held in the Wilshire
Grand Hotel in Los Angeles from April 1 - 3, and walked away with
22 awards including "General Excellence" for their online edition.
What's happening at the satellite campuses
on Same-Sex Marriage
Queer Alliance hosts debate on divisive issue
is a bewildering array of culinary delights available to the starving
student at the Ocean campus for not much cash.
Finds Fame at Bay Area Talent Show
Wesly and her mother Deborah will compete for $10,000 and
at Apollo in the City
I don't have anything nice to say, and now is the time for me to
quit biting my tongue and exercise my God-given right to bitch.
BY JORGE PARADA
n fiscal year 2004, the federal government will spend over $12
bil-lion fighting the "War on Drugs," excluding military aid to
Colombia. Not only is this taking its toll on taxpayers' pockets,
but it's also putting the wrong people behind bars.
Importance of Writing Letters...
The first place I turn when I read the paper is the letters to
the editor. That's where you really see what readers think and
how they're affected by what they read and see in the news, and
that they too want to add their voices. Sometimes they actually
are the news.
the Mouth of
to the Editor