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Volume 141, Issue #6



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News

SAN FRANCISCO'S ALLURE MARKETED IN MOVIE THEATERS NATIONWIDE TO ATTRACT STUDENTS
BY TOMMY HOLMES
The Office of Marketing and Public Information at City College has found a way to raise additional revenue for the school.

RECRUITERS GIVEN STUDENT RECORDS
BY CHRIS ALBON
A new Supreme Court ruling reaffirmed that colleges receiving federal funding must allow military recruiters’ access to campuses.

PROTECTING STUDENT RUN NEWSPAPERS
BY JENNIFER LOPEZ

The California Assembly hopes to pass a bill prohibiting censorship of student newspapers
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NEW BIKE ROUTES PLANNED
BY ANGELA HART

Main thoroughfares to City College like Nineteenth Avenue and Laguna Honda are not equipped with bike lanes, but a plan to change that will come together in the next couple months.

ROYAL GOYAL
BY ANKIT GOYAL
A City College column.

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

Short Cuts
Brief stories.



Opinions


On-Campus Recruiting
STAFF EDITORIAL

Supervisors Give Two Cents on Church
BY DANI GOMEZ

Advice for Student Travelers
BY ALEX DIXON

COMING IN
FACULTY POLL: Should the Board of Supervisors try to influence the Catholic Church’s gay adoption policy?

ON THE RECORD
Are you going to vote in the student government elections on April 25 and 26?

Front Page

Sports

RAMS SOFTBALL PITCHER AMONG THE BEST IN STATE
BY JEREMIAH MICHAELS
Watching a softball pitcher deliver a 60-mph ball might lead some to think the pitcher is some extraordinary being. But Rams starting pitcher Sydney McIver doesn’t see it that way.

WOMEN'S TENNIS TEAM REMAINS UNBEATEN LATE IN SEASON
BY TOMMY HOLMES
Rams hopeful of extending perfect streak into fast-approaching postseason play.

JUDO CLASS AVAILABLE FOR WOMEN ATHLETES
BY MARCO A. GUTIERREZ
City College has a new course in the “gentle way,” the English translation of judo, which will allow women to compete in intercollegiate judo competitions.

SCOREBOARD

 

Arts


CULTURE CLASH USES LAUGHTER TO DISCUSS CALIFORNIA POLITICS
BY JENNIFER LOPEZ
Culture Clash, a renowned writing and performance group, returns to Berkeley Repertory Theater with their creation Zorro in Hell.

TEENAGE MISERY: A LAUGHING MATTER
BY DAN VEREL
Self-deprecation is taken to new heights in Get Mortified, which takes place once a month at San Francisco’s The Make Out Room.

   
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