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Volume 143, Issue #5


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News

IT'S NOT EASY BEING GREEN
BY JOHN SERVATIUS

The Second Annual Construction Career Day was held at the Evans Campus Marsh 8 and was hosted by the National Association of Women in Construction.

CAMPUS JOURNALISTS TRUIMPH AT JACC
BY ELIZABETH SKOW

A delegation of 17 journalism students and The Guardsman won 31 on-the-spot, mail-in, bring-in, and honorary awards at this year's Journalism Assciation of Community Colleges state conference held March 22 to 24 in Sacramento.

TELEVISION CLASSES ECLIPSED BY ONLINE ENROLLMENTS
BY ALEX DIXON

Online offerings continue to rise at City College as students, faculty, and telecourse publishers select the Internet over television as the educational medium of choice for distance learning.

COLLEGE IS NO PLACE FOR PIRATES
BY MARTHA VALLEJO

The Recording Industry Association of America sent 400 pre-litigation settlement letters to 13 colleges and universities around the country on Feb. 28 to stop students from illegally downloading music, according to the RIAA's website.

NEW U.S. LAW WILL AFFECT STUDENTS TRAVELING ABROAD
BY JUSTIN LEVY

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.


Opinions


CLASSES ARE FOR LEARNING
STAFF EDITORIAL

COULD READING MAKE US BLIND?
BY JOSE GUTIERREZ

AP BANS PARIS FOR A WEEK
BY JOSE GUTIERREZ

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

A TEAL-COLORED HEART
BY VANESSA SERPAS
A City College column.

Front Page

Sports


TENNIS TEAM OPTIMISTIC DESPITE RECENT STRUGGLES
BY KAREN M. KINNEY
Winning in tennis requires players to have both mental and physical endurance.

VETERAN SPORTS WRITER EDUCATES STUDENTS ON THE INTEGRATION OF THE NBA
BY LARRY SIMPSON
When the NBA was founded in 1946 there was not a single black player on the court.

Features


'PLANT LADY' TELLS ALL: Pam Pierce loves gardening and teaching
BY ALEX DIXON

Edible red and yellow flowers float atop a sea of mixed greens in a bowl sitting on a table at the front of the classroom.

BATTLECRY FOR A GENERATION INVADES SAN FRANCISCO
BY BRITTE MARSH

Thousands of evangelic eens flocked to the city on MArch 9-10 to worship, praise, and rock out.

Arts and Entertainment


PHOTOGRAPHER FOCUSES ON EATING DISORDERS
BY NINA ROBINSON
The word "Fat" would run through the mind of Jessie Stern, fine art photographer. It inspired this body of work, which reflects rher experience with the eating disorder, anorexia.

   
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