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Volume 143, Issue #2


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News

PAY-AS-YOU-GO AUTOS
BY ALEX DIXON

City College students are used to sharing such items as pens, pencils and paper with one another — but cars?

EXIT EXAM CLASSES WILL HELP FORMER SFUSD STUDENTS
BY ALEX DIXON

Students who failed the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) last year can enroll in non-credit classes at City College that began last month to help them pass the test and receive their high school diplomas.

STUDENTS IGNORE BICYCLE RACKS ON OCEAN CAMPUS DESPITE WARNINGS, BOOTS
BY KAREN M. KINNEY

Although 15 new bike racks have been installed on the Ocean Campus this semester, students continue locking their bicycles to hand rails, parking sign poles or any structure available, blocking the flow of foot traffic for all students including the disabled.

STUDENT-TO-STUDENT BOOK EXCHNGE PROGRAM HALTED
BY MARIA UMANZOR

The development of a City College student-to-student book exchange program has ended because of the absence of its organizer.

STUDENT NAMES AND SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS LEFT FLOATING UNSECURED IN CYBERSPACE
BY SCOTT EHLER

The names, addresses and social security numbers of 11,000 City College students were discovered online on February 6, according to college officials.


Opinions


THE PILL
STAFF EDITORIAL

LOVE IS NOT A BOX OF CHOCOLATE
BY ELIABETH SKOW

CONSTRUCTION CACOPHONY
BY MARTHA VALLEJO KAUFMAN

ON THE RECORD
Has Valentine’s Day become a commercialized holiday, or is there still true meaning behind the holiday?

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

Front Page

Features


NEW VICE CHANCELLOR BRINGS EXPERIENCE IN COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE TO CITY COLLEGE
BY BRITTE MARSH
Stark walls surround newly-appointed City College Vice Chancellor of Student Development, Mark D. Robinson, Ph.D, but no indication of the towering six-foot, five-inch man’s bold character. As he sits in his tidy administrative work area, he reaches under his desk to reveal a bright red and white City College basketball: a spherical symbol of the change and growth in his life.

Sports


RAMS PITCHER OVERCOMES NEAR-FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT
BY BRIAN ELLIOT-PEKRUL
With the 2007 baseball season now underway, there is no player on this year’s Rams squad who has done more to prepare for it than starting pitcher Mike Hendrickson.

PROBLEMATIC SEASON AWAITS SOFTBALL TEAM
BY ANNYSE ACEVEDO
Facing a grueling season, in-juries among team members and a shortage of players, the Rams women’s softball team will be hard pressed to make it past the regular season.

Arts and Entertainment


NAOMI CAMPBELL STRIKES A POSE FOR CITY COLLEGE
BY BRITTE MARSH
The W Hotel hosted a much anticipated and exclusive event for City College fashion students on Jan. 25. The air in the upstairs meeting room was thick because of the rapid, but hushed breathing of its guests. Breathe in, breathe out, breathe in – THERE SHE IS!

STATE YOUR FASHION CITY COLLEGE
BY LARRY SIMPSON
For Minister Fortina Bornes sporting a righteous ensemble is a must. As a Hurricane Katrina survivor the faith that brought him through the flood extends to every aspect of life.

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ENTERTAINMENT

   
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