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Volume 142, Issue #3


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News

MOVEMENT TOWARD EQUAL ACCESS
BY JOSE GUTIERREZ
City College is on its way to spending $7 to $12 million to improve accessiblity to over 3,000 students with disabilities on all of its campuses as a result of a lawsuit settled last spring.

CONSTRCTION PROJECTS NEED CASH BY 2012
BY DESMOND MILLER

City College will have to ask San Francisco voters for more construction money by 2012 to finish its building projects, according to the administration.

CREDIT FEES TO BE LOWERED BY $6
BY JOHN SERVATIUS

Community college students can breathe easier in spring 2007 when the per-unit fee will be reduced from $26 to $20.

YEAR-OLD WI-FI NETWORK GROWING
BY ELIZABETH SKOW

City College's free wireless Internet-access network has been up and running for over a year, and despite limited funds, it continues to expand.

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

SHORT CUTS
Brief stories.


Opinions


DECREASED UNIT FEE
STAFF EDITORIAL

"WORLD TRADE CENTER" RAISES RACE ISSUES
BY LARRY SIMPSON

INCOMING COMMENTARY
FACULTY POLL: Do you think college administrators should be allowed to censor stories for college
newspapers before publication?

ON THE RECORD
Did you know that starting next semester City College tuition will be decreased by $6 per credit unit?

MILESTONE
BY MILES HARWELL
A City College column.

Front Page

Feature


REDEVELOPING THE CITY'S SOUTHERN SHORE: Bayview-Hunters Point urban renewal project evokes a mixed reaction
BY
LARRY SIMPSON
When City College student Peter John LaCrosby was approached on Ocean campus by activists collecting signatures for a referendum to gain local control of the Bayview-Hunters Point Redevelopment Plan, he signed the petition without hesitation.

 

Sports


SERVING UP SUCCESS
BY KAREN M. KINNEY
With 12 new players and one returning sophomore, there is a new attitude of commitment and dedication for the City College Rams Volleyball team.

CALENDAR

SCOREBOARD
BY MILES HARWELL

Arts and Entertainment


THEATRE DEPT. LAUNCHES FALL LINE-UP
BY JENNIFER LOPEZ
The City College theater department is hard at work getting ready to captivate and delight audiences as the Diego Rivera Theater presents three shows this fall.

ENTERTAINMENT

iPod Playlist, Mental Gymnastics, Nerd Nuggets, etc.

   
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