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Volume 143, Issue #4


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News

BLOOD DONORS SAVE LIVES
BY ALMA SNYDER

It was a typical Monday in Bungalow 214 when I was roused from my slightly hung-over stupor by my editor. She needed a story. "Can anyone here give blood?" she asked the half-empty room. I'd heard blood-sucking editors, but this was ridiculous.

EPA DONATES $200,000 TO PROMOTE BIODIESEL
BY JOHN SERVATIUS

At a brief ceremony March 9 in the Ocean Campus automotive shops, Regional U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Wayne Nastri presented Chancellor Philip R. Day Jr. with a $200,000 check to promote biodiesel and advance the fledgling industry.

NEW TRUSTEES SWORN IN AT CITY HALL
BY MARTHA VALLEJO

Newly elected City College Board of Trustees President Anita Grier and Vice President Julio Ramos, were sworn in March 1 by San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom at City Hall.

$25,000 PLEDGED TO NAME A COMMUNITY MEETING ROOM ON THE NEW MISSION CAMPUS IN HONOR OF DECEASED MISSION DISTRICT ACTIVIST
BY ALEX DIXON

City College's Latino Educators Association (LEA) has pledged community meeting room at the new Mission Campus in honor of Margaret Cruz, a long-time Mission District activist who dies Feb. 6 of breast cancer.

ROSENBERG LIBRARY WILL BE THE NEW HOME FOR THE AASP
BY BRITTE MARSH

The African American Scholastic Program is relocating from Bungalow 500 to the second floor of the Rosenberg Library beginning February 19 for health and safety reasons.

CARTOONIST SPEAKS TO CITY COLLEGE STUDENTS
BY SANIDIA OLIVER

Manuel "Spain" Rodriguez, legendary underground cartoonist came to City College on March 7 to speak about his works and the history of comics.


Opinions


BIGOTS EXPOSED
STAFF EDITORIAL

SATELLITE KILLS OFF FREE RADIO
BY JOSE RODRIGUEZ

DRINKING AND DRIVING IS BAD, FOLKS
BY SANIDIA OLIVER

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


SIERRA ELIMINATES RAMS IN CLOSE GAME BY HARRY BROWN
The Rams played their final game of the season March 3 at Sierra, as the Wolverines prevailed in the game's waning moments, 64-62 in the second rond of the North Regional playoffs.

WEST HILLS CRUSHES RAMS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP HOPES IN VIGOROUS BATTLE
BY RICHARD STERN
Facing a team whose season they had ended each of the last two years and with an invitation to the State Championship on the line, the fourth-seeded Cit College Rams came up one basket short in an 80-79 loss to the fifth seeded West Hills Falcons on March 3, even with a home ourt advantage.

Features


ARDEL THOMAS NEW CHAIR OF LGBT STUDIES DEPARTMENT
BY ELIZABETH SKOW

Over tea at Cafe Flore, Ardel Thomas, the new Chair of City College's Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) studies department told me how she came to City College.

Photostory


2007: THE YEAR OF THE BOAR
BY ELIZABETH SKOW; PHOTOS BY STEFAN JORA AND STEPHEN LAM

Arts and Entertainment


ARTISTS CHALLENGE STATUS QUO AT CITY COLLEGE GALLERY SHOW
BY LARRY SIMPSON
Just in time for Women's History Month, the City Arts Gallery at City College will be hosting a show rich in vivid relections on society from a female perspective.

AN OLD FAIRY TALE GETS NEW LIFE FROM THE CITY COLLEGE THEATER DEPARTMENT
BY DESMOND MILLER
The Theater Arts Department and the Music Department of City College present the Mary Rodgers and Marshall Barer musical.

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