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Volume 140, Issue #2



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News

WEBSTARS GLITCHES LEAVE LONG LINES IN THEIR WAKE
BY JON GUNTON
WebSTARS registration problems prompted City College to extend the enrollment period to Sept. 12 after students complained.

TUG-OF-WAR FOR PRIZED MURALS
BY ANGELA HART

City College is a candidate for the permanent home of five murals by Mexican artist Miguel Covarrubias.

SUNSHINE ORDINANCE PARTIALLY ADOPTED
BY CHRIS ALBON

Full compliance eclipsed by Chancellor's cost, privacy concerns
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CUTTING CLASS WILL EDUCATE PALETTES
BY MILES HARWELL

Students of all nationalities gain proficiency in front and back-of-house restaurant positions through the Downtown campus’ culinary and service skills training program
.

32-YEAR WAIT ENDS WITH MISSION GROUNDBREAKING
BY ANGELA HART
With shovels and hard hats, City College devotees broke ground on Sept. 6 for the construction of the new Mission campus as part of an ongoing 70th anniversary celebration.

SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE POLICE DISPATCH

WITNESS: TRUSTEES REPORT

DOUBLE VISION
BY DAN VEREL
A City College Column.


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

Short Cuts
Brief stories.


Opinions


Hurricane Katrina
STAFF EDITORIAL

The Supreme Court and Abortion
BY DAN POWELL

A Need for Marijuana Clubs
BY ELIZABETH PFEFFER

COMING IN
FACULTY POLL: Do you believe military recruiters should be banned on campus?

ON THE RECORD
Are marijuana clinics a benefit to the community?



Front Page

Sports

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL IMPROVES WITH EACH GAME
BY JON GUNTON
Spirited and gritty play in the face of hardship bodes well for the future.

SCOREBOARD

 

Arts


ALUMNI ARTISTS CREATE SUCCESS
BY JOSH LEHMAN
Alumni return as professionals. (pdf file)

Features


MYTHS STRIPPED AWAY
BY DAN VEREL
The partially naked truth.


   
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