GRIFFIN NAMED INTERIM CHANCELLOR; SEARCH FOR CHANCELLOR DAY'S SUCCESOR CONTINUES
BY JIM PATTERSON
The City College Board of Trustees will formally approve retired intructo and former Provost Don Q. Griffin later his month to serve as interim chancellor when Chancellor Philip R. Day, Jr. vacates his post March 1.
PROPOSITION 92 FAILS, BUT ITS MESSAGE IS OUT
BY ELLEN SILK
On the evening of Super Tuesday, the party was untroubled at La Oficina Bar, as American Federation of Teachers Local 2121 celebrated getting the message out about community college funding, even though Proposition 92 lost.
CAMPUS-WIDE TEXT MESSAGE NOTIFICATION PLAN IN WORKS
BY AMBYR BAGBY
A new emergency alert system that sends text messege n otifications to students and faculty in the event of an emergency will be introduced at City College.
ADA CONSTRUCTION PUTS SCULPTURE OUT OF COMMISSION
BY ANTHONY MYERS
Armand J. Trahan's "Worldscape III" sculpture, located on the Science Hall lwn, has been dismantled after it was determined to be blocking the new Path of Travel.
STUDENT HEALTH CENTER THRIVING SINCE MOVE
BY MAAHUM CHAUDHRY
After relocating its home of 32 years at Bungalow 201, the Student Health Center is serving over 100 students daily for counseling, besic care and testing in the new building.
TAX FILING TO HELP TO BE OFFERED THIS MONTH
BY ELLEN SILK
City College will host two days of free online tax filing seminars, offered by the School of Business in partnership with Intuit Tax Freedom Project.