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Volume 139, Issue #3



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News

HIGH STANDARDS PUT COLLEGE ON PAR WITH FOUR-YEAR INSTITUTIONS
BY ADAM BRODY
College Working on Hiring Reform.

SLASHING STUDENT LOANS
BY ANGELA HART

The Bush administration wants to reduce student loans to increase the Pell Grant amount an add-itional $100 each year.

CONFUSION OVER POLICY
BY ELIZABETH PFEFFER

Administrators iron out grading fiasco.

EYEWITNESS: TRUSTEES REPORT
BY DANIEL POWELL

The City College Board of Trustees decided at their Feb. 10 meeting to postpone making revisions to the school’s faculty hiring procedures until all documentation from previous procedures has been located.

LIBRARY THEFT CONTINUE: Thieves check out students' personal belongings
BY ANGELA HART

Students who leave personal items unattended while checking out a book or printing a document in Rosenberg Library may become victims of an increasing number of thefts.

BackWords

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

Short Cuts
Brief stories.


Opinions


Losing Our Moral Compass
STAFF EDITORIAL

Winning the War Against Hatred
BY STEVE MOWLES

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

STRIKE TWO: HIT ONE.
BY DAN SANKEY
Rams off to rough start

BLACK ATHLETES
BY ALEX FONG
Education needs to be number one priority

LADY RAMS POISED FOR PLAYOFF CONTENTION
BY DAN VEREL

SCOREBOARDS




Arts


HAPPY 4703!
BY KATHLEEN DONOVAN

REVOLUTION IN IRAN
BY GABRIELA CAVALCANTI
Monajami exposes students to the changing cinema of Iran

   
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