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Volume 139, Issue #2



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News

ARSON STRIKES: Campus authorities seek perpetrator
BY APPHIA WILLIAMS
City College officials are offering a $1,000 reward for information regarding a rash of small fires.

RODIS TAKES OVER: Loses popular vote, wins presidency
BY DAN POWELL

On Thursday, Jan. 27, City College’s Board of Trustees elected trustee Rodel Rodis board president for 2005, and in doing so exposed a fundamental divide between board members.

VIGILANCE ENCOURAGED: Recent thefts raise awareness
BY GABRIELA CAVALCANTI

Chancellor Philip R. Day, Jr. is stressing the need for students to be aware of their surroundings on campus due to the high amount of theft reported by the City College Police Department.

BLUE BINS FOR A GREEN CAMPUS: New receptacles encourage recycling
BY RYAN PO

City College received a grant from the San Francisco Department of the Environment and the Department of California Conservation to expand its recycling program.

CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY: A guide to February's events
BY ELIZABETH PFEFFER

City College has decided to commemorate Black History Month with a collection of lectures and performances throughout February to magnify the multiplicity of the African-American narrative.

ANIMAL MAGNETISM UNVEILED: Lecture Highlights Mating Habits
BY ELI MILCHMAN

The sexual antics of the animal kingdom are laid bare in “Nooners, Honeymoons and Other Sex Habits of the Animal Kingdom,” a free lecture given at City College by San Francisco Zoo keeper Jessie Bushell.

BackWords

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

Short Cuts
Brief stories.


Opinions


Yellow Ribbons
STAFF EDITORIAL

Two Party System
BY JOSH LEHMAN

COMING IN
FACULTY POLL: Have you ever had a Student answer their cell phone in class?

ON THE RECORD
What was your New Year’s resolution for 2005?



Front Page

Sports

Feathers Fall at Foothill
BY ELI MILCHMAN
Musings from center court




Arts


SHAPIRO'S ALTER EGOS
BY SUMMERS HENDERSON
Instructor's wit shines in eclectic performance

PROJECT PRESERVATION
BY SARAH SARKISIAN
Caring for 85 priceless works of art

 

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