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Volume 141, Issue #6



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News

PROPOSED IMMIGRATION POLICY PROMPTS DIVERSE CITYWIDE PROTEST
BY
CHRIS ALBON
City College students have been marching in the street and working in their communities, calling for citizenship for the 10 to 12 million undocumented workers in the United States.

DOWNTOWN CAMPUS RE-OPENS
BY CHRIS ALBON
City College celebrated the grand opening of the newly remodeled Downtown campus on April 19.

TEENAGER RUNS FOR STATE SENATE
BY MARCO A. GUTIERREZ

Michael Skipakevich, an 18-year-old City College student from South San Francisco, is running as a Republican for California’s state Senate.

GUARDSMAN, ETC. RECOGNIZED
BY DANI GOMEZ

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


Bike Lanes
STAFF EDITORIAL

Insight on the American Dream
BY DAVIDE GUALANDI

"Condoleezza" Controversy
BY DANI GOMEZ

COMING IN
FACULTY POLL: Does the “Condoleezza” math problem offend you?

ON THE RECORD
How difficult is the journey to City College by bicycle, and which way do you come from?

Front Page

Sports

TENNIS STAR FOLLOWS IN MOTHER'S FOOTSTEPS
BY TOMMY HOLMES
It’s not by accident that children aspire to follow in their parent’s footsteps, some overshadowing them and some being overshadowed.

BASEBALL TEAM'S STRUGGLES CONTINUE AS SEASON NEARS END
BY BRIAN PEKRUL
With the 2006 Rams baseball season drawing to a close, head coach John Vanoncini can only look to next season for improvement from his young team, which holds an 8-27 overall record.

RAMS RECEIVER UNLV-BOUND
BY MILES HARWELL
Before the Rams’ 2005 Hawaiian Punch Bowl football game against undefeated Reedley College, wide receiver Aaron Straiten asked his teammates if they had heart.

SCOREBOARD

 

Arts


FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS JAPANESE TRADITIONS
BY MAYRA MARTINEZ
The Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival took over Japantown for two days for its 39th year and culminated with a grand parade through San Francisco.

SF FILM FEST: FROM ARGENTINA TO OUTER SPACE
BY MAYRA MARTINEZ
The annual San Francisco International Film Festival is boasting nearly 200 entries in its 49th year which began April 20 and will end tomorrow.

   
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