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Volume 143, Issue #3


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News

CHANCELLOR DISPUTES NUMBERS IN 'RULES OF THE GAME' REPORT
BY MARTHA VALLEJO

"Rules of the Game", a report by California State University, California Community Colleges (CCC) have a low transfer rate to the University of California and California State University systems, and most community college funds are allocated based on student enrollment, not college completion.

ELECTRONICS WILL BE RECYCLED FOR FREE MARCH 3 IN RESERVOIR LOT
BY ALEX DIXON

Hundreds of people who want to legalls dispose of outdated electronic equipment are expected to flood the Ocean campus' reservior parking lot March 3 during a free electronic-waste recycling day.

COPPER WIRE STOLEN FROM BUNGALOWS
BY LARRY SIMPSON

Approximately 250 feet of copper wire that supplied power to the 200-series bungalows was stolen in the early morning hours from a construction site on the Ocean campus on Jan. 25.

YOUNG ADULT FASTPASS FALLS SHORT
BY SANIDIA OLIVER

The Associated Students has approved a proposal by San Francisco Supervisor Jake McGoldrick to offer discounted Muni Fast Passes to young adults between the ages of 18 and 24.

QUEER RESOURCE CENTER REOPENS
BY DESMOND MILLER

The Queer Resource Center (QRC) re-opened during the second week of classes, after being closed last semester for reorganization.


Opinions


JOB PROBS
STAFF EDITORIAL

DANK STANK CAN BE RANK
BY LARRY SIMPSON

CONSIDER THIS A BULLETION POSTING
BY BRITTE MARSH

ON THE RECORD
Should students be worried about putting personal infomation on Myspace?

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

Front Page

Sports


SIBLING TRAINERS EASE INJURIES
BY JOSE GUTIERREZ
The stench of a Bengay-like muscle ointment catches your sense of smell off guard. It's a room in the gym that is always bustling with traffic; it's not necessary well lit. About four exam tables sit on the right side of the room.

RAMS OVERPOWER OHLONE
BY JOSE GUTIERREZ
The Rams dealth Ohlone their third loss of the season on Friday, Feb. 16.

Arts and Entertainment


DALLAS BLACK DANCE THEATRE
BY LARRY SIMPSON
The Dallas Black Dance Theatre (DBDT) performed for a capacity crowd in the Diego Rivera Theater on Feb. 7 for the campus' first event observing Black History Month.

STATE YOUR FASHION CITY COLLEGE
BY LARRY SIMPSON
We discovered supreme Pamela Wright strutting across campus on a sunny afternoon with cinematic confidence.

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