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Volume 141, Issue #1



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News

BUDGET WOES EXPECTED IN NEAR FUTURE
BY JENNIFER LOPEZ
In his mid-year address, Chancellor Philip R. Day Jr. announced the school’s plan to re-evaluate and correct an “out-of-kilter” budget
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CORRECTIONAL FACILITY NOW HOUSES EDUCATION
BY JEREMIAH MICHAELS
City College has had a reputation of being a multitude of things, but not many people would have guessed it was once a place of straightening up and learning to obey the law
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HISTORICAL EXIBITION
BY DANI GOMEZ

An exhibit celebrating City College’s 70th anniversary is now open at San Francisco Public Library’s main branch
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NEW STUDY SUGGESTS IMPROVEMENTS FOR STAFF AND SERVICES
BY DANI GOMEZ

As the self-study portion of City College’s accreditation process wraps up, the fate of the school’s accreditation will be decided this June after a visit from the appraisers in March.

SCHOOL SETTLES ACCESS LAWSUIT
BY ANKIT GOYAL
City College has agreed to pay $1.7 million as part of a settlement for a class-action lawsuit over access for people with disabilities.

FORMER STUDENT DIES IN HIT -AND-RUN
BY ANGELA HART
Sarah Tucker, a former City College film student, died after colliding with a car on her bicycle crossing the intersection of Polk and Geary Streets.

GUNTSMOKE
BY JON GUNTON
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


Mardi Gras
STAFF EDITORIAL

Outrage Over Islamic Cartoons
BY ALEX DIXON

Tough Laws for Sex Offenders
BY JEREMIAH MICHAELS
State Might Employ GPS to Monitor Location of Criminals.

COMING IN
FACULTY POLL: Should newspapers publish the cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed?

ON THE RECORD
With New Orleans still in shambles, should there be a Mardi Gras this year?

Front Page

Sports

FOOTBALL STAR HELPS BASKETBALL TEAM AS WALK-ON
BY MILES HARWELL
Junior college All-American receiver Maurice Purify has found new use of his athleticism away from the football field as he has become a major contributor to the Rams basketball team in his sophomore year at City College.

BASEBALL TEAM HOPES TO IMPROVE
BY BRIAN PEKRUL
Nine games into the 2006 baseball season, Rams head coach John Vanoncini is expecting to see his young team grow with experience and show major improvement following a 3-6 start

SCOREBOARD

 

Arts


CHINESE PARADE USHERS IN YEAR OF THE DOG
BY MAYRA MARTINEZ
Several hundred thousand people converged on San Francisco’s Chinatown to usher in the Year of the Dog at the annual Chinese New Year parade.

DALLAS BLACK DANCE THEATRE SPEAKS WITH LANGUAGE OF MOTON AND MUSIC
BY MAYRA MARTINEZ
Packed with raw emotion, the dances washed over those watching like a wave.

 

 

   
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