low-carb craze, campus offers few selections
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.
Dugyawi Elected ASC 2004-2005 President
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.
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
of Art University Students
A student's expulsion over an explicit story sparks discussion
over freedom of expression
What's happening at the satellite campuses
Debuts at City
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."
rare photographic glimpse into
"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."
the Mouth of
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.
Bonds: Guilty Until Proven Innocent?
Sportwriters should stop insinuating wrongdoing BY