SEIU MEMBERS MARCH FOR RAISE
BY DESMOND MILLER
The Service Employment International Union Local 1021 rallied at Ram Plaza on Aug. 31 to voice their opinions regarding City College's inability to match the San Francisco's cost of living adjustment, or COLA.
NEW AS OFFICERS HOPE TO FUEL NEW ALLIANCES
BY MICHELLE BAGUIO
This year's Associated Students officers have begun their two-semester terms, led by President Claudia Li and Student Trustee Diana Munoz.
ACTIVISTS RALLY OPPOSING DEPORTATIONS
BY MARIA UMANZOR
Immigrant rights activists rallied Feiday Aug. 24 at noon in front of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement at 630 Sansome St., calling for an immediate stop to raids and deportations for millions of undocumented immigrants living in the United States.
STUDENTS AID PERUVIAN COLD-SNAP VICTIMS
BY STEPHANIE RICE
Before the deadly earthquake that recently shook Peru's coastal cities, the Peruvian government had already declared a state of emergency for the high-elevation Andean region where extreme cold has killed at least 70 children since June.
CAMPUS MESSAGE CAN BE READ FROM SPACE SATELLITES
BY DAVID CARINI
"Love is the answer," the proclamation near the City College reservoir parking lot on Ocean Avenue, is now visible from space if one scans City College via Google or Yahoo! Satellite image maps.
UPCOMING ENERGY EFFICIENCY STUDY TO DIRECT CAMPUS CONSERVATION EFFORTS
BY BENJAMIN TAYLOR
Cogent Energy, hired by City College, has studied and monitored the college's power usage since late July to recommend ways for the college to reduce its energy consumption.
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