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Volume 142, Issue #8


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News

AS APPROVES NEW UNISEX BATHROOMS
BY ANN CHATRINE-NILSSON

The Associated Students will make both bathrooms on the second floor of the student union unisex, one open to the public and one locked.

ONE ICC CLUB EMPLOYS FUND-RAISING OPPORTUNITY
BY DESMOND MILLER

The Urban Sustainability Alliance was the only campus club as of Nov. 27 to take advantage of an offer to gather signatures at $1 per signature, up to a maximum of $10,000, for a petition that would put a new measure on the 2008 state ballot.

ATTORNEY HIRED TO MAKE COLLEGE MORE ACCESSIBLE FOR DISABLED
BY LARRY SIMPSON

Attorney Leilani Battiste was hired this fall as City College's full-time American Disabilities Act consultant to comply with the settlement from a class-action lawsuit against the college last year.

FREEDOM SACRIFICED FOR HOLIDAY BREAK
BY CASSANDRA SPRATLING (DETROIT FREE PRESS)

DETROIT (MCT) - While home during a break from North Carolina A&T, where she's a sophomore, Rickelle Winton casually mentioned to her mom that she was having a friend over.

AWARENESS DAY INFORMS STUDENTS ABOUT TRANSGENDER COMMUNITY
BY KAREN M. KINNEY

As a way to promote inclusion of transgender issues at City College, the HIV/STI prevention office held its 3rd Annual Transgender Awareness Day on Nov. 20 at City College.

SUPERHEROES BECOME AN EDUCATIONAL TOOL
BY DESMOND MILLER

Spiderman, Superman, Judge Dredd and other characters will be used to demonstrate power dynamics in the United States in a new class at City College.

GRAPHICS 68 STUDENTS DESIGN ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT CREST
BY ELIZABETH SKOW

Graphic communications students and instructors created a new crest to adorn all City College athletic uniforms and retail merchandise, according to Dr. Mark Robinson, dean of student affairs.

UP-AND-COMING COURSE WILL TRAIN STUDENTS AS FIREFIGHTERS
BY JOHN SERVATIUS

City College will offer the Firefighter 1 certificate in fall 2007, which will allow fire science students to be certified firefighters without having to transfer.


Opinions


UNISEX BATHROOMS
STAFF EDITORIAL

RECOGNIZING WHITE ACHIEVEMENTS
BY DANI GOMEZ

MYSPACE TAKING PLACE OF RESEARCH
BY LARRY SIMPSON

ON THE RECORD
Should studets be allowed to use MySpace in the library?

BLUE NOTES
BY JOHN GOINS
A City College column.

Front Page

Features


DRAGON: EAT, SLEEP, PADDLE -- FROM ANCIENT TRADITION TO INTERNTIONAL SPORT
BY ALEX MULLANEY
In the southwest corner of San Francisco lies Lake Merced -- one of the city's prized natural and recreational resources. Runners frequent its 4.4-mile circuit, fishermen go for the stocked trout and bass and water sports enthusiasts find serenity on its peaceful waters.

Photostory


SPROUTING GREEN THUMBS
PHOTOS BY ANNABELLE DAY
Horticulture students get in touch with nature.

Sports


RAMS SPIKE THE PUNCH BOWL
BY MILES HARWELL
If head coach George Rush's comments are any indication, the City College Rams' 26-10 win against Fresno at the Hawaiian Punch Bowl had a lot to do with the resilience
of quarterback Zac Lee.

MUAY THAI CHAMP KICKS IT
BY JENNIFER LOPEZ
When Michael Mananquil was 15 years old he had a mild run-in with the law. As a result, the San Francisco Police Department suggested that he enroll in Muay Thai, a form of kickboxing, to keep out of trouble.

MEN'S SOCCER SEASON CUT SHORT BY DE ANZA IN PLAYOFFS
BY JOSE GUTIERREZ
The Rams men's soccer team fell to De Anza College 1-0 on Nov. 18 in the first round of the north region playoffs.

Arts and Entertainment


POLYRHYTHMIC PULSE PALPITATES IN THEATRE
BY ELIZABETH SKOW
The Diego Rivera Theatre resonated with sound as musicians played music from China, Latin America, and the United States to a packed house on Dec. 2.

FASHION TRENDS ARRIVE TO USHER IN HOLIDAYS
BY MAYRA MARTINEZ
Winter's cold won't keep fashionistas from sporting the latest trends. Fortunately, City College Fashion Department students are here to tell the rest of us what looks are ushered this season to wear.

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ENTERTAINMENT

iPod Playlist, Mental Gymnastics, Nerd Nuggets, etc.

   
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