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Volume 139, Issue #1



The Guardsman Online
News

MONEY MATTERS: Academic year 2005-2006 scholarships still up for grabs
BY DAN VEREL
The recent enrollment fees applied to City College last semester along with the high cost of textbooks will force many students to seek financial help this semester.

CSU and UC Fees Keep Climbing
BY DIEGO VALDEZ-SANCHEZ

Tuition rates will rise 8 percent to 10 percent each year
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Nursing Lottery Stirs Controversy
BY SUSAN BARNES

Surprises some; outrages others.

Outsmarting Virus
BY DAVIDE GUALANDI

Computers receive dual protection
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Tsunami Impact Still Uncertain
BY PAULETTE BLEAM

The City College administration has been busy sending e-mails to many international students who may have been involved in the tsunami that struck Asia on Dec. 26, 2004. So far, no fatalities or injuries have been reported
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BackWords

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

Short Cuts
Brief stories.

Campus Crime Log
Compiled with the cooperation of the City College Police Department.

Features


Seniors
BY DELICIA HEGWOOD
Leaving their mark at City College


Opinions


Who are the Terrorists
STAFF EDITORIAL

Smoking
BY TIMOTHY DOLD
A smoldering issue.

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

Ayoob Awaits Cal's Decision
BY DAN VEREL
Rams Coaches Hopeful About Ayoob'd Chances




Arts


Taming Poli-Sci
BY DIEGO VALDEZ-SANCHEZ
Style brings life to substance


 

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