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Volume 144, Issue #4

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News

CITY COLLEGE TO AUDIT BIG BOND MEASURES
BY STEPHANIE RICE
After requests from three board members and one state assemblywoman, City College is conducting the first comprehensive performance audit of taxpayer money approved by voters in 2001 and 2005 bond measures.

ARRESTED BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEMBER WILL SUE LOCAL POLICE
BY DAVID CARINI

The 9th U.S. Court of Appeals has ruled that a City College board of trustees member may seek damages for being held in jail for hours on false charges.

HEALTH AND WELLNESS CENTER CLOSE TO COMPLETION AND SET TO OPEN IN SPRING
BY MICHELLE BAGUIO

The new Community Health and Wellness Center being built on the Ocean campus between the library and Student Union is nearing completion.

BOARD TO MAKE FINAL CHINATOWN DECISION
BY STEPHANIE RICE

The City College board of trustees will vote on the final design for the new Chinatown/North Beach campus on Oct. 18.

CITY COLLEGE REVAMPING ITS WEB SITE FOR EASE, CLARITY
BY BENJAMIN TAYLOR

City College's tech committee presented a resolution at the Sept. 27 board of trustees meeting to hire a company to overhaul City College's Web site, which has remained largely unchanged for the last 10 years.

CITY COLLEGE MIGHT GIVE SF NURSING STUDENTS ADMISSION PREFERENCE
BY MARIA UMANZOR

San Francisco nursing students may soon be given admission preference at City College.

SF COLLEGES PROTEST SPEAKER PELOSI'S LACK OF ACTION ON IRAQ WAR FUNDING
BY MARIA UMANZOR

City College students, as well as others from Bay Area schools, protested outside Nancy Pelosi's Federal Building office on Golden Gate Avenue Sept. 19, demanding that the speaker stop funding the war in Iraq.

BIOTECH STEM CELL CENTER ON HOLD DUE TO LACK OF FUNDING
BY BENJAMIN TAYLOR

The construction of a new $68 million biotech/stem cell center, approved by voters as part of a 2005 bond, is on hiatus due to lack of funds.

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


Opinions


ON ABORTION
SPECIAL TO THE GUARDSMAN BY NATASHA L. SIMPSON

MOBILIZE.ORG NEEDS TO START MOBILIZING
BY BENJAMIN TAYLOR

DAZED AND CONFUSED IN THE DIGITAL AGE
BY ANNABELLE DAY

UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS SHOULD HAVE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR EDUCATION
BY MARIA UMANZOR

ON THE RECORD
Do you think illegal immigrant students should be allowed to continue a college education?

THE THROWBACK
BY ELIZABETH SKOW
A City College column.

Front Page

Features


UC BERKELEY JOURNALISM STUDENT HONORED WITH TOP SCHOLARSHIP
BY
JIM PATTERSON

NURSING PROGRAM'S LONGTIME 'MOTHER OF THE HOUSE'
BY
BRITTANY MOSLEY-CARDONA

PhotoStory


MUSIC, DANCE, RAPTURE: LOVEFEST 2007
PHOTOS BY
ALEX LUTHI

Sports


RAMS CRUSH CHABOT
BY BRYAN GRACE

CROSS COUNTRY COMES HOME
BY SOMERSET BASSETT

Arts and Entertainment


CITY COLLEGE ALUM PLANTS JUNK MAIL TREE AT FORT MASON CAMPUS
BY NICOLE CRNJANSKI

ENTERTAINMENT
State your fashion, Comics, Reviews.

   
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