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Volume 137, Issue 7



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Where's the Dough?
Despite low-carb craze, campus offers few selections
BY REBECCA BRASSFIELD
City College eateries inhabit a world of their own, continuing to deliver the high-carbohydrate staples of student life, despite the Atkins-inspired low-carb trend sweeping America.


News

Marlene Dugyawi Elected ASC 2004-2005 President
BY ADAM BRODY
Associated Students Council election results were posted on April 29, declaring Marilyn 'Marlene' Dugyawi AS president of Ocean campus with 44.4 percent of the vote.

Beloved Business Professor Dies of Heart Attack While Teaching Class In Cloud Hall of Heart Attack
BY MARLON LUMANG

Craig Kuhns, 76, considered City College his family


Academy of Art University Students
Cry Censorship

A student's expulsion over an explicit story sparks discussion over freedom of expression

BY GITANJALI BHUSHAN

Campus Pulse
What's happening at the satellite campuses

Arts


'Dreamcoat' Debuts at City
BY HALIE JOHNSON
Does a musical featuring cheerleaders and cowboys singing in a calypso number bring to mind the Old Testament? If you're confused, then somehow you've missed the City College Theatre Department's production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat."

Unseen America
A rare photographic glimpse into health care
BY SUMMERS HENDERSON

Features


Organized Anarchists?
BY ELI MICHMAN
"HITLER WOULD VOTE NEWSOM FOR ULTIMATE ASSHOLE" reads a sticker on the door leading to a small, smelly room nestled in the bowels of City College's Student Union. It houses two worn-out couches, a couple of super-size banners and a small collection of controversial books. The room is called "The Anarchist's Library."


Sports

Baseball:
Rams Rally Past Bad Officiating to Beat DeAnza 6-2
BY ZURI BERRY
The Rams came full circle, defeating the DeAnza Dons 6-2 on April 17 at Balboa Park for their fourth win of the season, and breaking an eight-game skid that began on March 20 with a loss to the Dons.

Women's Tennis Sees Turnaround
BY ZURI BERRY

Catcher Aims to Push Team's Limits
Kyle Yeend sees playoff hopes despite tough regular season

BY SEAN MOORE


UConn's Emeka Okafor Makes the Grade BY MILES HARTWELL

Opinions


'Guilt-Free' Atkins Diet Inconvenient for Carb-Starved Masses
BY JEREMY TANNER

Empire of Dirt
BY JORGE PARADA

A Gentleman's Guide to Avoiding Military Duty

Editorial
A Healthier America

From the Mouth of Miles
BY MILES HARWELL
The rise of Internet file-sharing programs like Napster and Kazaa has spawned a revolution in the way people get their music. Users can search online databases that access the hard drives of other users, making it impossible not to find something you like. Because of this, the purchase of music has became unnecessary.

Barry Bonds: Guilty Until Proven Innocent?
Sportwriters should stop insinuating wrongdoing
BY BEN SCHNEIDER

 

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