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Volume 142, Issue #5


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News

ACTIVIST'S TALK COVERS FAMOUS LOGGING PROTEST
BY JOHN SERVATIUS
The 820-seat Diego Rivera Theatre overflowed Oct. 5 when Julia "Butterfly" Hill, the iconic environmentalist, made her scheduled appearance.

EGYPT'S U.N. CONSUL CALLS FOR REFORMATION
BY JOHN GOINS

In a visit to City College on Sept. 27, Egyptian Consul Khaled Elshazly of the United Nations voiced his opposition to the United States' invasion of Iraq, stating it harmed the Iraqis and destabilized the Middle East.

PROPOSITION F ACTION RAISES RUCKUS ON OCEAN CAMPUS
BY NINO BOLES-KING

City College students and members of San Francisco-based Young workers demonstration on Ocean campus Oct. 4 to influence more voted for Proposition F, a city measure that could increase paid sick days for approximately 160,000 workers.

SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES SWITCH TO FALL ONLY
BY KAREN M. KINNEY

The City College scholarship office has decided to only accept general scholarship applications during the spring semester, instead of both spring and fall semesters.

SEPT. 11 AFTER-EFFECTS STILL FELT
BY MARCO A. GUTIERREZ

City College's enrollment of international strudents is far less than it was five years ago, before the Department of Homeland Security tightened inspection standards and adjusted visa procedures for immigrants in response to the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11.

CELL SITES MAY TOP TWO CAMPUSES
BY DESMOND MILLER

Verizon Wireless has approached City College with a proposition of installing wireless phone equipment on top of two of the college's buildings.

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

SHORT CUTS
Brief stories.


Opinions


A SAFEGUARD FOR ATHLETES
STAFF EDITORIAL

BIG BROTHER BULLIES REPORTERS
BY JOHN SERVATIUS

A SAFE-HAVEN FOR SMOKERS
BY LARRY SIMPSON

INCOMING COMMENTARY
FACULTY POLL: Should students with felonies be allowed on college sports teams?

ON THE RECORD
Should journalists be forced to reveal their confidential sources?

BLUE NOTES
BY JOHN GOINS
A City College column.

Front Page

Feature


SELF-DEFENSE: Students learn how to fight back
BY
ANN-CHATRINE NILSSON
It's 9 a.m. when students of all ages file into the John Adams campus auditorium. They greet Master Janet Gee, who talks, jokes, and laughs with them. It's a Saturday morning, and 70 students have come to learn Tai Chi.

 

Sports


NEW RAMS QB PROVIDES POSITION WITH SOLIDARITY
BY MILES HARWELL
When aspiring for gridiron greatness, most football players begin planning for their careers during elementary and middle school by playing in the Pop Warner League.

O'NEAL COMES UP BIG IN GLADIATOR KNOCK-OFF
BY MILES HARWELL
Prior to the 2006 City College Rams' football season, head coach George Rush described sophomore receiver O'Neal as a player he could use an offensem as well as a cornerback on defense.

Arts and Entertainment


PEACE AND POEMS IN THE NAME OF GANDHI
BY ELIZABETH SKOW
A small committed group of people of all ages celebrated the birthday of the late philosopher and spiritual leader Mohandas Gandhi on Sunday Oct. 1 in San Francisco.

ENTERTAINMENT

iPod Playlist, Mental Gymnastics, Nerd Nuggets, etc.

   
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