CONFERENCE ABOUT RIGHTS OR ALL GENDER IDENTITIES
BY ELLEN SILK
The inaugural national gathering of transgender and legal communities took place Saturday at City College to dicuss discrimination, criminalization and imprisonment of transgender and gender nonconforming people.
SENATE ADDS LGBT PEOPLE TO HATE CRIMES BILL
BY JIM PATTERSON
The U.S. Senate, in an unexpected move last month, passed the Matthew Shepard Act, which added gender identity, gender, disability and sexual orientation to a list of federally prohibited hate crimes.
PELL GRANT AMOUNT INCREASED
BY MARIA UMANZOR
President George W. Bush signed the $20 billion College Cost Reduction and Access Act, increasing the Pell Grant to make college tuition more affordable to poor and middle-class students.
FILMS AND LECTURES TO MARK LATINO HERITAGE
BY MARIA UMANZOR
City College is celebrating Latina/o Heritage Month with documentaries and elctures that illustrate the Latino population's impact in the United States.
A NEW IDEA IN TV PROGRAMMING
BY NATALIE COREAS
City College students are submitting videos to Current TV, a nationwide cable station that airs a variety of viewer-created content about current events and entertainment.
INSTRUCTOR INDICTED FOR CHILD PORN
BY ALEX MULLANEY
City College instructor Daniel Hickey, 77, was indicted Oct. 9 by a federal grand jury on a single count of possession of child pornography.
SPECIALTY HYBRID-ONLY GARAGE FIRST OF ITS KIND IN UNITED STATES
BY DAVID CARINI
Luscious Garage, the first car repair shop in the nation specializing in hybrids, recently opened in a two-story contemporary building in San Francisco's South of Market district.
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