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Volume 141, Issue #5



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News

VEGGIE-POWERED EL CAMINO: PIMPIN' IS GREASY
BY ANKIL GOYAL
Strip, grip, paint, revamp, and let nature take you away.

MAYOR SPEAKS AT EVANS CAMPUS, UNVEILS PROGRAM
BY MARCO A. GUTIERREZ
Mayor Gavin Newsom, Supervisor Sophie Maxwell and leaders of several local trade unions met at Evans campus on Feb. 23 to announce the CityBuild Initiative.

BUDGET WORKSHOP HELD FOR FACULTY
BY JEREMIAH MICHAELS

City College conducted workshops for its teachers to better inform the faculty about the budget problems facing the school in the coming months.

PANEL DISCUSSES GREEN FUTURE
BY TOMMY HOLMES

In an effort to raise awareness over environmental issues, City College held a panel discussion that highlighted strategies to make San Francisco and City College more environmentally friendly.

CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS STILL ROLLING ALONG
BY ANGELA HART
Construction of new buildings and renovation of existing ones on Ocean campus has brought City College more budget and building openings, as well as hassles for teachers and students.

ROYAL GOYAL
BY ANKIT GOYAL
A City College column.

SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE POLICE DISPATCH
A City College column.

GUNTSMOKE
BY JON GUNTON
A City College column.

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

Short Cuts
Brief stories.



Opinions


Bush's Blunder
STAFF EDITORIAL

CityBuild Not Limited to Poor
BY JEREMIAH MICHAELS

U.S., Mexican Border Fence a Farce
BY DANI GOMEZ

COMING IN
FACULTY POLL: Should there be a fence on the border between the United States and Mexico?

ON THE RECORD
In light of the response to Hurricane Katrina, is President Bush racist towards African Americans?

Front Page

Sports

WOMEN'S TEAM EXITS IN FIRST ROUND PLAY
BY ANKIL GOYAL
Eventual champion Mt. San Antonio dashes Rams' hopes early.

RAMS GO DOWN FIGHTING FOR STATE TITLE
BY MILES HARWELL
As one of only two schools to have both men’s and women’s teams survive the first two rounds of the 2006 postseason, City College’s basketball season ended with the men’s team in the semifinals and the women’s team in the quarterfinals.

TRACK AND FIELD TEAM POISED TO THREE-PEAT
BY MARLONG LUMANG
This year, the Rams track and field team has a chance to do what no other team at City College has done before: win a third straight state title.

SCOREBOARD

 

Arts


CARTOONS ILLUSTRATE POLITICAL ISSUES
BY MAYRA MARTINEZ
Depicted are bearded men in a cave pointing and laughing at George W. Bush on television as he is washed away by the floodwaters of Hurricane Katrina...

THE EYES OF BABYLON
BY ELIZABETH PFEFFER
One night Lance Corporal Jeff Keys went to bed hating Osama bin Laden and woke up to everyone talking about Saddam Hussein, the gay U.S. Marine Corps veteran recalls in the “The Eyes of Babylon,” his one-man docu-play about wrestling profound internal conflicts while serving in Iraq.

   
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