PROPOSED CHINATOWN CAMPUS HIGH-RISE PLAN STILL UP IN THE AIR
BY MARTHA VALLEJO
Complaints about City College's design proposal for the new Chinatown/North Beach Campus continued to focus on the building's height at the Board of Trustees meeting on April 19.
PROBLEM STUDENTS ON WATCH LIST
BY RICHARD STERN
The American government keeps a watch list of possible security threats and City College has a watch list of students who are possible disciplinary problems.
ACTIVISTS SPEAK AGAINST VIOLENCE, HOMOPHOBIA
BY ALLEN CONKLE
On April 25, members of Leslie Simon's IDST 54 class, Politics of Sexual Violence, and The Queer Resource Center organized an Anti-Violence Rally, Ritual and Consciousness Raising Discussion to increase awareness of violence against the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) community.
STUDENT INSURANCE SURE ISN'T SUCH A SURE THING
BY BRIAN ELLIOT-PERKUL
With the recent tragedy of last month's Virginia Tech shooting, in which a college student shot and killed 32 people on campus and then himself, America's attention has now turned to the issue of both the mental and physical health of college students.
EMERGENCY MEETING FOCUSES ON CAMPUS THREAT RESPONSE
BY DAVID CARINI
The day after the Virginia Tech shootings of April 16, Chancellor Philip Day, Jr. sent out a memo stating he would hold an emergency meeting to discuss the preparedness of City College in a similar situation.
REMINDER: US POSTAGE HAS GONE UP TO 41 CENTS
Postage stamps went up 2 cents, to a whopping 41 cents on May 14.
SOCCER TEAM FORCED TO REMAIN HOMELESS
BY JOSE GUTIERREZ
On a recent Wednesday afternoon on the football field, the soccer team took practice as the track team ran laps around them and a few of the guys from the baseball team were throwing warm-up between both teams.
CLASSES CANCELED DUE TO ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FAILURE
BY BENJAMIN R. TAYLOR AND DAVID COLLINS
Confusion reigned on May 14 when the City College Ocean Campus was plunged into darkness due to a power outage, which according to campus police, took out the entire Ingleside grid.
ENGRAVED, PAINTED AZTEC CALENDAR TO BE COMPLETED FOR THE MISSION CAMPUS
BY DAVID ANDERSON
A 27-foot hand-engraved and painted Aztec calendar made of 650 ceramic tiles will greet visitors when City College's new Mission Campus opens this fall.
VOICE OF NEW STUDENT TRUSTEE WILL REPRESENT MINORITIES AT CITY COLLEGE
BY MARIA UMANZOR
Newly elected City College Student Trustee, Diana Munoz Villanueva reveals her unstable and educational journey to City College.