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Volume 142, Issue #2


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News

$22 MILLION BILL AWAITS GOVERNOR'S APPROVAL
BY JOHN SERVATIUS
A bill just passed in the state legislature that might bring $22 million in additional state funding to the college.

SEX PREDATOR STRIKES NEAR GYMNASIUMS
BY ANN-CHATRINE NILSSON

A woman was sexually assaulted near City College's Ocean campus around 7 a.m. on Aug. 24 near the tennis courts by the North Gym.

ICONS CONNECTS CAMPUSES
BY JOSE GUTIERREZ

City College was awarded a $750,000 grant in October 2005 to establish The Institute for Convergence of Optical and Network Systems.

TECH TRASH BANNED FROM LANDFILLS
BY DESMOND MILLER

Due to the California Universal Waste Rule that went into effect in February 2006, it is now illegal to throw away cell phones, batteries, and other electronic items.

"GREEN" PLAN STEPS TOWARD SUSTAINABILITY
BY JEREMIAH MICHAELS
The summer of 2006 saw triple digit heat in the United States, causing energy use to skyrocket. State power consumption reached a record 50,270 megawatts on July 5 at the peak of a heat wave.

CITY COLLEGE AT LARGE
What's happening at the satellite campuses.

SHORT CUTS
Brief stories.


Opinions


PELL GRANTS
STAFF EDITORIAL

CORPORATION BUYS COLLEGE PAPER
BY DANI GOMEZ

CHRISTIAN-BASED CLASSES REJECTED BY UC
BY JOHN SERVATIUS

INCOMING COMMENTARY
FACULTY POLL: Is it a good idea for media corporations to buy college newspapers?

ON THE RECORD
Should students be required to study biology if they do not agree with the theory of evolution?

MILESTONE
BY MILES HARWELL
A City College column.

Front Page

Feature


EQUIPMENT UPGRADE: City College's Chief Koehler wants his officers armed
BY
DESMOND MILLER
Before class at City College's South East campus, two female students in the juvenile high school program, one 16 and the other 17 years old, chatted about braiding hair. Upon being called into the classroom, the younger girl accidentally shoulder checked the other.

 

Sports


WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM LOOKS TO IMPROVE
BY JENNIFER LOPEZ
The Rams women's soccer team looks to improve in their second season after a disappointing debut year, when the team went 3-12-4.

KEY ACQUISITION DEAL PREPARED TO LEAD MEN'S TEAM
BY JOSE GUTIERREZ
Despite last season's unsuccessful campaign, the 2006 City College Rams men's soccer team is optimistic and determined to improve.

SCOREBOARD
BY MILES HARWELL
In the season opener, the Rams faced the Golden Coast football league All-Stars in a 47-1 romping.

 

Arts and Entertainment


THREE-ARTIST SHOW SHINES AT CITY ARTS GALLERY
BY MAYRA MARTINEZ
A shining example of what City College has to contribute to the world of art can be found at the current City Arts gallery exhibit in the Visual Arts building at the Ocean campus.

ENTERTAINMENT

iPod Playlist, Mental Gymnastics, Nerd Nuggets, etc.

   
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