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Volume 140, Issue #2



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News

COLOSSAL OLMEC HEAD
BY TRACY HELD
Sculpture Recognizes Wealth of Pan American Heritage
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GETTING A JUMPSTART
BY DIEGO VALDEZ-SANCHEZ

Bringing literacy to preschoolers.

COLLEGE UNDERGOES ACCREDITATION REVIEW
BY MARLON LUMANG

The first phase of the Self-Study program that started last spring is to be completed by this December.

CHEESECAKE NOT GOOD FOR EX-EMPLOYEES
BY MARLON LUMANG

Former employees and Young Workers United filed a claim with the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement against the Cheesecake Factory for denying workers meal and rest periods between 2000-2003
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OIS HELPS STUDENTS FIND POTENTIAL CAREERS
BY SEYLA MARTINEZ
City College offers an Occupational Interest Survey (OIS) to help students identify their potential career path.

THE BURNOUT FACTOR
BY GITANJALI BHUSHAN
Teachers as stressed as their students.

HANDS-ON TEACHING OPPORTUNITY
BY SEYLA MARTINEZ
Child Development students work directly with children.

PRE-ELECTION RAISES HEATED DEBATE AMONG TRUSTEES
BY NATHAN WEYLAND
Bay Guardian article alleges diversion of funds - divides Board of Trustees
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ELECTION LOOM FOR BOARD OF TRUSTEES
BY NATHAN WEYLAND
Incumbents and challengers battle for open seats on Board.

City College At Large
What's happening at the satellite campuses.

Short Cuts
Brief stories.


Opinions


Letters to the Editors
STAFF EDITORIAL

Four-Year Degree: It's Time
BY KATHLEEN DONOVAN

COMING IN
Is your workload excessive to the point you are facing burnout?

ON THE RECORD
Should City College award four year degrees?

Front Page

Sports

FOOTBALL TEAM SANCTIONED
BY HUBART HUANG
Probation may lock Rams out of postseason play.

BORN TO RUN
BY NATHAN WEYLAND
Cross Country goes further, faster than competition.

GAMERS
BY ADAM BRODY
Red eyes and sore thumbs.

INSIDE THE UNIFORM: PART 3
BY MILES HARWELL

SCOREBOARD

 

Arts


POSITIVE VIBE
BY JOSH LEHMAN
Secrets of feng shui revealed. (pdf file)

Features


CONFLICT RESOLUTION
BY ERIC CHAVEZ
When teachers and students collide.

JAQUES BREL LIVES AGAIN
BY ZURI BERRY
The Music and Theatre Arts Department will be presenting a musical revue of “Jacques Brel is Alive and Well … and Living in Paris” in cabaret style.

   
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