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Volume 140, Issue #5



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News

PEACE PROTEST ENDS IN ARRESTS
BY ELIZABETH PFEFFER
City College March for Peace
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FAKE FLIERS POSE THREAT OF ID THEFT
BY JOSH LEHMAN
City College officials are undergoing an investigation after discovering several fliers posted around Ocean campus that displayed social security numbers to the public
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GARMENT WORKERS GET SECOND CHANCE
BY SHAWN LIU

An 18-month training program helps dislocated workers acquire new vocational skills.

THOUSANDS OF CALIFORNIA STUDENTS UNINSURED, BUT CARE OPTIONS EXIST
BY JON GUNTON

Although City College provides some minimal health care services, students with serious conditions must find their treatment elsewhere.

LOSSES FOR GOVERNOR, GAINS FOR CITY COLLEGE IN NOV. 8 ELECTION
BY PAULETTE BLEAM
Prop A Passes by Wide Margin.

SCHWARZENEGGER’S PLAN FOR EDUCATION REFORM REJECTED
BY JON GUNTON
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s propositions aimed at reforming California’s political system were soundly defeated in the special election on Nov. 8.

TRANSFER DAY DRAWS MORE COLLEGES
BY LISA DANG
The 50 colleges and 2000 students in attendance indicated an unprecedented success.

NEW COMPUTER LAB PREMIERES
BY MILES HARWELL
Members of the board of trustees, faculty and a small crowd of students gathered in Batmale Hall to witness the unveiling of the newly renovated Academic Computing and Resource Center.

TRUSTEES REPORT: iWITNESS
BY STEVE ADAMS AND FRANCESCA SALCEDO

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

SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE POLICE DISPATCH

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

Short Cuts
Brief stories.


Opinions


Recent Disasters Show A Need for More Emergency Planning
STAFF EDITORIAL

Holiday Brings A Moment of Thanks
BY LISA DANG

Special Election Goes Unnoticed
BY ALEX K. FONG

COMING IN
FACULTY POLL: Is City College prepared for a natural disaster?

ON THE RECORD
Is City College prepared for a natural disaster?

Front Page

Sports

DEFEAT DESTROYS PERFECT SEASON
BY MILES HARWELL AND DAN VEREL
The Rams’ quest for perfection was flatly rejected by 11th ranked Foothill on Nov. 12.

GOLDEN GLOVES CAHMPION SEEKS GREATER GLORY
BY COLIN ASHER
Female boxer knocks out challenges in and out of the ring.

CROSS COUNTRY TEAM LOOKS TO FINISH STRONG
BY DAN SANKEY
Solid outings at Coast and NorCal bode well for Rams.

COA BARS WOMEN'S BASKETBALL FROM ATTENDING RECRUITING EVENT
BY ALEX K. FONG AND DAN VEREL

SCOREBOARD

 

Arts


POWERFUL PERFORMANCE BRINGS MCCARTHY ERA-POLITICS INTO THE PRESENT
BY JEROLD CHINN

   
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