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Volume 143, Issue #1


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News

CITY COLLEGE RECEIVED $600,000 HEALTH JOB TRAINING GRANT
BY ANDREW TAN AND JOHN GOINS

City College was awarded a $600,000 job training and career advancement grant from the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office in September to train students and workers in the heath care industry.

GREEN JOBS PROGRAM OFF AND RUNNING AT CITY COLLEGE
BY JOHN SERVATIUS

City College inaugurates a pilot green economy program this semester at its Southeast and Downtown campuses, with plans for expansion if the initial evaluation is favorable.

$100,000 DONATION BOLSTERS EXISTING LIBRARY SERVICES
BY BRITTE MARSH

City College's Ocean campus library received a generous $100,000 donation from the Louise and Claude Rosenberg, Jr. Foundation on Nov. 2 to extend weekend hours, information literacy workshops, and exhibition library services for students and faculty.

DISASTER PLAN IN WORKS
BY NINO BOLES-KING

Plans are being formulated at City College to create and implement recovery procedures following a large-scale disaster.

PETITION DRIVE OVER THE TOP
BY CHRIS MCCOY AND DESMOND MILLER

A petition drive to pass the Community College Innitiative, a measure to lower tuition to $15 per unit on the 2008 state ballot, succeeded and will face voters next year.


Opinions


TRUSTEES
STAFF EDITORIAL

IN SEARCH OF A STYLISH SCHOOL LOGO
BY ELIABETH SKOW

"FAGGOT" OR "NIGGER" -- BOTH ARE BAD!
BY ALEX DIXON

ON THE RECORD
Should the State provide health care for all California residents?

NEECE'S PIECES
BY ANNYSE ACEVEDO
A City College column.

Front Page

Features


TRANSFER CENTER HELPS MOVE STUDENTS ALONG
BY EMILY MCKEEVER
The very first step is climbing those in front of Ocean Campus' Science Hall. For those who can make it up the hall and through the door of SCI 132, a room full of options awaits.

Sports


YOUNG BASEBALL TEAMS PLANS TO IMPROVE RECORD
BY JOSE GUTIERREZ
As spring approaches, hope is renewed that the Rams mens' baseball team will turn the program around and reach the play-offs.

RAMS OUST OWLS FOR FIFTH CONFERENCE VICTORY
BY LARRY SIMPSON
The Rams men's basketball team achieved a seemingly effortless vistory over the Foothill Owls on Fri., Jan. 19.

SCOREBOARD
BY MILES HARWELL

Arts and Entertainment


HOWARD'S MASSIVE GRANITE KILLER WHALES MIGRATE TO OCEAN CAMPUS
BY LARRY SIMPSON
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.

STATE YOUR FASHION CITY COLLEGE
BY DESMOND MILLER
Sporting a black leather jacket from a Brooklyn thrift store, Leila Noorani just moved back to San Francisco, from a six month stint in New York to finish her art degree.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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