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Volume 139, Issue #7



The Guardsman Online
News

THE WALKOUT
BY ELIZABETH PFEFFER AND DAN POWELL
Facing possible increases and further budget cuts, students demand their right to a college education.

CLASSES ADDED
BY DAN POWELL

Enrollment increase could ease budget woes.

BALLOT MEASURE
BY LOTUS LEE

Representation fee.

CYCLISTS FACE TOUGHER ENFORCEMENT
BY ADRIEN LE BIAVANT

Students who park their bicycles in undesignated areas on Ocean campus may find a second lock on their bike.

RITUALISTIC BLESSING
BY JEROLD CHINN
The Olmec Head statue was blessed by at least 30 City College students on April 28.

DEMOLITION BEGINS
BY JEROLD CHINN
Four bungalows along Phelan Avenue are being demolished to make way for the new Student Health Center.

BIOTECH EXPANDING
BY ANGELA HOKANSON

Program partecipants display high success rate in growing industry.

WITNESS
Trustees Report.

WeyWord
BY NATHAN WEYLAND


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

Short Cuts
Brief stories.

San Francisco Community College Police Dispatch


Opinions


Grades
STAFF EDITORIAL

The Pursuit Of Education
BY STEVE MOWLES

Blueprint For Success
BY STEVE MOWLES

COMING IN
FACULTY POLL: Do you find that students are adequately prepared for college?

ON THE RECORD
Do you have a phobia about anything



Front Page

Sports

TRACK AND FIELD TEAM POISED TO DEFEND TITLE
BY ELI MILCHMAN

RAMS TRACK

SCOREBOARDS

ROCKY SEASON FOR RAMS
BY SHAWN LIU

A LOOK AT BASEBALL RITUALS
BY KATHLEEN DONOVAN

Arts


CITY BANDS
BY CODY COTULLA

WHO IS THAT TROMBONEMAN
BY JONATHAN FARRELL

HITCHHIKER'S GUIDE STAYS ON TRACK
BY KATHLEEN DONOVAN




Features


PRINT IN MOTION
BY MARK FOLKMAN
New press keeps program up-to-date.


   
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