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Volume 142, Issue #4


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News

MISSION CAMPUS COUNTDOWN
BY JOSE GUTIERREZ
Come next fall, the Mission campus will have a new home and crop of new structures.

STEM CELL CERTIFICATION PROGRAM BREAKING GROUND
BY MARCO A. GUTIERREZ

City College's stem cell certification program continues to flourish a year and a half after funding, according to Biology instructor Philip Jardim.

DEPT. AWARDED CNPA AWARDING
BY CHRIS ALBON

The California Newspaper Publishers Association awarded the City College journalism department on Sept. 20 for the high quality of students' work on The Guardsman and its sister publication, Etc. Magazine.

GREENS SPROUT AT RAM PLAZA
BY DESMOND MILLER

The Associated Students and Inter-Club Council are working to bring an organic farmers market to Ocean campus as the fist step n a revitalization of Ram Plaza, which they hope will foster community and stuent involvement at City College.

QRC STILL CLOSED DUE TO CONFLICTS
BY ELIZABETH SKOW

The Queer Resource Center, opened by student volunteers in the fall of 2005, is closed this semester due to concerns of administration and faculty advisors after several conflicts between students occurred there.

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

SHORT CUTS
Brief stories.


Opinions


STANDARDS
STAFF EDITORIAL

RESTORING AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
BY MARCO A. GUTIERREZ

INCOMING COMMENTARY
FACULTY POLL: Should the associate degree requirements be raised?

ON THE RECORD
Should affirmative action be considered in the university/college admission process?

MILESTONE
BY MILES HARWELL
A City College column.

Front Page

Feature


HEALING HARTS PROGRAM SUPPORTS STUDENTS: Program provides resources fot the homeless, at-risk, and transitional
BY
KAREN M. KINNEY
Two huge bulky desks and two huge filing cabinets barely allow two people to sit down in Cloud Hall's room 205, the office for the Homeless at Risk Transitional Students (HARTS) program.

 

Sports


NO STOPPING ASTHMATIC RAMS STOPPER
BY JENNIFER LOPEZ
Rain or shine, the Rams women's soccer team meets at 8 a.m. on the field, Monday through Friday. Among them is red-shirted stopper Lucia Olson.

CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM POISED TO CONTEND
BY DESMOND MILLER
The Rams cross-country team is poised to take the NorCal and possibly the state championships with the help of their new coach and an almost all-new squad.

CALENDAR

SCOREBOARD

Arts and Entertainment


UNPREDICTABLE "URINETOWN" POKES FUN AT MUSICALS
BY MAYRA MARTINEZ
The swingy, upbeat opening number of "Urinetown" might lead one to believe that it is a typical musical where the characters are so happy that they burst into song at any given moment, unable to contain their delight.

ENTERTAINMENT

iPod Playlist, Mental Gymnastics, Nerd Nuggets, etc.

   
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