CHINATOWN COMMUNITY SPLIT OVER PLANS
BY ALEX DIXON
The construction of City College's new Chinatown/North Beach Campus is still in the design stage but community members are still apprehensive about a proposed 17-story glass building at the intersection of Kearny and Washington streets.
COLLEGE FUNDS DIVERTED TO CAMPAIGN
BY LARRY SIMPSON
While City College was on spring break, an article in the San Francisco Chronicle on April 7 indicated that an administrator's fund raising efforts for a 2005 bond measure had violated state law.
HEALTH CARE COSTS CONTINUE TO RISE
BY JUSTIN LEVY
As health care costs continue to rise an exorbitant rate every year, the American Fedaration of Teachers is stepping in to support City College faculty in their fight to keep health care costs down.
U.S.-GERMAN RELATIONS STRAINED BY IRAQ WAR
BY STEPHANIE RICE
Karsten Voigt, coordinator of Gernman-North American cooperation at the German Foreign Office, appeared with philosophy instructor Stephan Johnson to discuss German-American relations as part of the "Compelling Conversations" series on April 10 at Diego Rivera Theater.
DEFENDING STUDENT JOURNALISTS
BY ALEX LUTHI
A panel of journalists, educators, and legal experts on students' rights as journalists was held at the Rosenberg Library on the Ocean Campus on March 28.
STUDENT FIGHTS FOR HOMELESS
BY BRITTE MARSH
An initiative to support the organization of a non-profit, low-income housing projecct for homeless students was proposed to the Associated Students at th meeting March 14.
BAYVIEW DISTRICT CELEBRATES OPENING OF NEW LIGHT RAIL
BY DESMOND MILLER
After 40 years of service the 15 but line was discontinued on April 7, 2007 to make way for the new T-Third Street light rail.
IN REMEMBRANCE OF OUR BELOVED GALOMA BREE GUTU 1978-2007
BY THE SCUBE STAFF -- JEANNE, CLAUDIA, NELLY, GENE, AND MARIANA