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Volume 140, Issue #8



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News

ASSAULT CALLS CAMPUS SAFETY INTO QUESTION
BY ELIZABETH PFEFFER
Assaulter arrested twice before attack
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EOPS EMPLOYS ALLEGED EMBEZZLER
BY JON GUNTON
Kim Scott, the newly appointed program assistant at EOPS, is currently facing criminal charges stemming from her previous position.

BLUE EL CAMINO GOES GREEN
BY DAN SANKEY

the Biodiesel Hot Rod Conversion Club is undertaking a project they described as an eco-friendly “Pimp My Ride”
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PAST HAUNTS REFORMED FELON
BY STEVE ADAMS AND DAN POWELL

A man convicted five times for drug-related felonies was denied employment in City College’s Drug and Alcohol Studies Program
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OLD CHINATOWN / NORTH BEACH CAMPUS TO BE REPLACED BY SINGLE MODERN FACILITY
BY SHAWN LIU
After decades of struggle, City College has finally secured a piece of land for its long-awaited new Chinatown / North Beach campus
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MAYOR NEWSOM LAUDS $750,000 TECHNOLOGY GRANT
BY CHRIS ALBON
City College received a $750,000 grant from the National Science Foundation on Oct. 1.

FOUNDATION MEMBERS QUIT OVER CAFE DEAL
BY CHRIS ALBON
Three members of City College’s fundraising organization resigned recently, citing dissatisfaction with the bidding process used to select the vendor for the Downtown campus cafe
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FOREIGN LANGUAGE FLIERS GET STRICTER GUIDELINES
BY CLAUDIA NOVOA
The Communication Committee is working on clear guidelines that would require all fliers to be in English or include an English translation
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TRUSTEES REPORT: iWITNESS
BY ALEX HYDE AND DAPHNE MORGAN

DOUBLE VISION
BY DAN VEREL
Back from the grave and as vile as ever.

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


The Iraq War Undermines U.S. Solidarity
STAFF EDITORIAL

Soldiers Pay The Ultimate Price
BY NATHAN WEYLAND
A former sailor shares his life and past on the Iraq war.

COMING IN
FACULTY POLL: Do you expect it to be difficult for students to find jobs in the future?

ON THE RECORD
Describe your perfect boyfriend or girlfriend.

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