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BOARD CLOSER TO DECIDEING FATE OF CHINATOWN CAMPUS
BY STEPHANIE RICE
After months of debate over a controversial 16-story high-rise proposal that divided the community, City College is considering other options for the new Chinatown/North Beach campus.

CHIEF RESIGNS OVER NO GUN POLICY
BY DESMOND MILLER

Whether or not to arm the City College Police force has been an ongoing battle for Police Chief Carl Koehler.

NEW WEBSITE INITIATIVE ON BALLOT FOR 2008
BY MICHELLE BAGUIO

Californians for Improving Community College opened a new Web site, the California Community College Initiative on June 28, 2007 to announce the new measure which will be voted on next year's Feb. 5 ballot.

NEW MISSION CAMPUS READY FOR FALL SEMESTER
BY BENJAMIN TAYLOR

After
two years of construction, the new Mission campus, located at 22nd and Valencia streets, opened Aug. 15 for City College's Fall semester.

COUNSELORS ARE ON HAND TO HELP
BY MARIANA GONZALEZ

Boosting
security on campus is one major issue that the college is faced with after the Virginia Tech shooting last year and the campus incident last semester involving a student's violent threats in the classroom.

CONGRESS PUSHES FOR $18 BILLION FINANCIAL AID BILL TO HELP STUDENTS
BY STEPHANIE RICE

The U.S. House and Senate have each approved version of a bill that would allocate $18 billion to federal financial aid programs, like the Pell Grant and Perkins Loan.

CITY COLLEGE AT LARGE
What's happening at the satellite campuses.


Opinions


BOOKSTORE PASSES BUCK
STAFF EDITORIAL

WAR ZONES SPELL BIG BUCKS FOR THE POOR
BY MARTHA VALLEJO

A SAFE-HAVEN FOR SMOKERS
BY LARRY SIMPSON

INCOMING COMMENTARY
FACULTY POLL: Do you think students on academic probation hould be banned from summer school?

ON THE RECORD
Should journalists be forced to reveal their confidential sources?

THE THROWBACK
BY ELIZABETH SKOW
A City College column.

Front Page

Features


ACADEMIC AFFAIRS WELCOMES NEW VICE CHANCELLOR: Dr. Alice Murillo is eager to work in noncredit programs and community-based projects
BY
BENJAMIN TAYLOR
City College welcomes Dr. Alice Murillo as the new vice chancellor of academic affairs this smester. Her experience spans 27 years as a community college faculty member and administrator throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.

PhotoFeature


INTO AFRICA: One woman's odyssey
PHOTOS AND TEXT BY
MICHELLE STROMBERG
It happens again. A pain that feels like my stomach is being twisted inside out. It's practically unbearable. I fall over. Only a few hours before our intended departure and I wonder how I will be able to go on. It's 8:45 p.m. We are to leave at midnight.

Sports


THE RAMS ARE FOCUSED AND READY TO PLAY
BY BRYAN GRACE
The Rams seek to improve their team with solid offseason workouts with defense as the main focus during summer football training camp.

Arts and Entertainment


PLAY ENLIGHTENS PUBLIC ABOUT IRAQ WAR, USING ILLUSTRATIONS AND MONOLOGUES
BY MICHAEL MORGAN
The voices of American soldiers in Iraq, often drowned out by media, were finally heard July 27 in the play "Aftermath of War: In Their Own Words," written and directed by City College professr John Wilk.

ENTERTAINMENT
State your fashion, Comics, Reviews.

   
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