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Volume 141, Issue #4



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News

LAWSUIT SETTLED
BY ANKIL GOYAL
City College paid $1.7 million in attorney fees to law firm Schneider and Wallace to settle a class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of disabled students.

NEW BOARD PRESIDENT HOPES TO END POLITICAL DIVIDE
BY CHRIS ALBON
Newly elected board of trustees’ president Natalie Berg shares a common goal with recently appointed vice president Johnnie Carter Jr.: to build greater consensus among the politically diverse board.

RARE VOTE LOOMING ON GUNS
BY DANI GOMEZ

City College academic senate may organize a plenary session to vote on a proposal to allow campus police to carry guns
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HEART ATTACK KILLS KCSF PROGRAM DIRECTOR
BY JEREMIAH MICHAELS

City College’s radio station, KCSF, is mourning the loss of its program director, Mose Woods.

NEW STUDENT ID CARDS OM THE WORKS
BY ALEX DIXON
City College will offer photographic student identification cards within the next few weeks.

i-WITNESS
BY DANI GOMEZ

GUNTSMOKE
BY JON GUNTON
A City College column.

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

Short Cuts
Brief stories.



Opinions


Non-Credit & Athletes
STAFF EDITORIAL

Lawsuit's Merit Questionable
BY ALEX DIXON

Chronicle Series Gets Spoiled
BY TOMMY HOLMES
Case of mistaken identity discredits newspaper, media.

COMING IN
FACULTY POLL: Is there adequate handicapped access on campus?

ON THE RECORD
Should City College be a smoke-free campus?

Front Page

Sports

WOMEN'S TEAM JOINS MEN IN FRESNO
BY ANKIL GOYAL
As the Rams men’s basketball team secured their spot in the state championship tournament with a close win at home on March 4, the women’s team made sure they were in the same position by outlasting Reedley College 77-72 in overtime.

RAMS POISED TO CAPTURE STATE TITLE
BY MILES HARWELL
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.

EARNING CREDIT KEY FOR STUDENT ATHLETES
BY TOMMY HOLMES
At beginning of each semester, student athletes look forward to another season of hard fought intercollegiate battles.

SCOREBOARD

 

Arts


ANGELS IN AMERICA
BY MAYRA MARTINEZ
The City College theatre department production of Tony Kushner’s “Angels in America” opened at a funeral and ended with an ethereal winged creature in a flowing white robe descending from the heavens..

WOMEN'S CELEBRATION
BY JENNIFER LOPEZ
The Women’s Resource Center held its annual Woman of Color celebration honoring Black History Month and Women’s History Month on February 22 at the Ocean Campus student union.

   
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