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Volume 140, Issue #5



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News

THE HUMAN COST
BY JON GUNTON
Still Haunted by the War, the Wounded Tell Their Stories in Pictures and Words
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MISSION ASC SPENDING SPARKS CONTROVERSY
BY JOSH LEHMAN AND ADAM BRODY
In response to an investigation into allegations that the Associated Students Council at Mission campus had misspent over $10,000, the Associate Dean of Students has introduced new operational guidelines for the ASC.

VOLUNTEERS AID IN NATURALIZATION
BY MARCO GUTIERREZ

Project SHINE coaches immigrants in litiracy, ESL, citizenship.

COMMUNITY DAYS DISPLAY COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION
BY ANGELA HART

Community Days at the Chinatown / North Beach and John Adams campuses were the latest installments in City College’s ongoing 70th anniversary celebration where students, families and faculty members learned about recent academic and extracurricular achievements.

CELEBRATING LATINA/O HERITAGE MONTH
BY MARCO GUTIERREZ
The Rosenberg Library celebrated Latina/o Heritage Month by hosting a series of lectures and films exploring the impact of Latinos living in the United States and Latin America.

MIDDLE EAST CLASS RESURRECTED
BY CHRIS ALBON
City College student takes action after she founds out that the Government and Politics of the Middle East class wasn’t offered last fall.

UC MERCED OPENS DOORS
BY ANGELA HART
UC Merced gives City College students who want to transfer to a four-year school another institution to consider.

GOVERNOR LOOKS TO OVERHAUL EDUCATION
BY DAN SANKEY
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is pounding the campaign trail before the Nov. 8 special election in an effort to convince voters to approve Propositions 74, 75 and 76.

HURRICANES SEND BLOW TO CONSTRUCTION COSTS
BY DAN SANKEY

City College’s construction projects have been affected by steadily rising construction costs brought on by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

IN LEHMAN'S TERMS
BY JOSH LEHMAN
A City College Column.


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

Short Cuts
Brief stories.


Opinions


Police Brutality
STAFF EDITORIAL

How The Media Think Women Should Look
BY CLAUDIA NOVOA

Lively Halloween Night in the City
BY DAN VEREL

COMING IN
FACULTY POLL: Do you feel more of a police presence this semester?

ON THE RECORD
What are you going to be for Halloween?



Front Page

Sports

RAMS DEFEAT CHALLENGES ON THE FIELD AND IN THE COURTS
BY SHAWN LIU
Legal Counsel Grabs Temporary Victory.

RAMS DEFEAT CHALLENGES ON THE FIELD AND IN THE COURTS
BY MILES HARWELL
Relentless Squad Off to a Perfect Start.

LOSS OF VISION LEADS TO HEIGHTENED SENSES IN JUDO
BY DAN VEREL

SCOREBOARD

 

Arts


RAISING FUNDS FOR HURRICANE RELIEF
BY ALEX K. FONG
Music Instructor Organizes Multicultural Benefit Concert.

Features


THRIFT STORE SHOPPING
BY DAN SANKEY
San Francisco is blessed with over 37 used clothing stores.

RUMORS OF CAMPUS GHOSTS
BY JON GUNTON
As Halloween approaches, what is unknown to some is that City College has a few ghostly rumors.

GOING TO DENTAL SCHOOL (pdf file)
PHOTOS BY PETER VARSHAVSKY
Is like pulling teeth.


   
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