STUDENTS MENTOR ELDERLY IMMIGRANTS
BY JIM PATTERSON
Immigrants face difficult challenges when they come to the United States, but a City College program gives them important skills they need to become citizens and participate in the American dream.
BY BEN TAYLOR
With freshly sprouting grass on the sloping rooftops, City College's new Child Development Center may look like something out of a Dr. Seuss book.
DELAYS PUSH BACK PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
BY ELLEN SILK
"I'm ready, I'm ready," said Madeline Muller, music department chair, as she drummed her fingers on the plans for the new $116 million Performing Arts Center.
STUDYING MURALS ABROAD
BY MARIA UMANZOR
City College's study abroad program is offering "Diego Rivera and the Muralists," a winter break program in Mexico from Dec. 26 to Jan. 10, as a way to explore Diego Rivera's works and his legacy on Mexican art and culture.
STUDENTS UNRESPONSIVE TO IM
BY NATALIE COREAS
Rosenbeg Library now offers instant messaging as an alternative way of answering students' reference questions and providing basic information.
BAY AREA HAS DIRTY BIRDS
BY DOMINIK MOSUR
Next time you are in the City College parking lot take a closer look at some of the gulls that hang out there.