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CAMPUS-WIDE CAMPAIGN AIMS TO STOP HEP B
BY ELLEN SILK

One out of 10 Asian Pacific Island Americans, who make up nearly half of the City College student body, has chronic Hepatitis B (HBV), according to the Asian Liver Center at Stanford University.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES SOUND OFF ON REPORT
BY ELLEN SILK

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.

CAMPUS EARTHQUAKE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN NEARING COMPLETION
BY ANTHONY MYERS

City College-owned buildings will be evaluated for earthquake hazard vulnerability and risk by a San Diego consulting firm starting Jan. 29.

NEW ORFALEA FAMILY CENTER GOOD TO GO
BY MAAHUM CHAUDRY

The Orfalea Family Center, in affiliation with City College's Child Development Center, offers students taking Child Development classes to observe the 42 pre-school children enrolled there this semester.

RAMS SWIM TEAM FLOATING INTO VIEW?
BY MATT MCFADDEN

City College has not had a swim team since 1992 due to lack of interest and funding, but the 95-by-70-foot swimming pool in the new Wellness Center may resurrect the sport on campus.


Features


LETTING THE HEART TAKE LEAD
BY
JON OLSON
Thump-thump. Thumnp-thump. Thump-thump. Members of the City College meditation club are listening to their hearts.

Sports


WINNING STREAK
BY PAUL WERTHEIM
The Skyline College Trojans looked to upset the No. 1 ranked Rams men's basketball team in the worst of all possible scenarios: the Rams inaugural game at their new Wellness Center Gymnasium on Jan. 25 before a giddy home crowd.

FORMER CITY COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER TO START IN SUPER BOWL FOR NY GIANTS
BY PAUL WERTHEIM
Seven years ago men's football head coach George Rush had a visit from a prospective athlete who wanted to join his football program.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL LET 11-POINT LEAD SLIP AWAY
BY MATT MCFADDEN
Seven years ago men's football head coach George Rush had a visit from a prospective athlete who wanted to join his football program.

 

   
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