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OPENING CELEBRATION DRAWS HUGE CROWD
BY MAAHUM CHAUDHRY

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Mayor Gavin Newsom and Chancellor Philip R. Day, Jr. spoke at the Feb. 20 grand opening of the new Mission campus expansion.

FORMER CAMPUS POLICE CHIEF KOEHLER TO RUN FOR BOARD OF TRUSTEES
BY ANTHONY MYERS

Former City College Chief of Police Carl S. Koehler has his sights set on filling on of the seats on the City College Board of Trustees in the upcoming election in November.

MILITARY RECRUITERS UNMOVED BY STUDENTS 'DIE-IN'
BY MAAHUM CHAUDHRY

In response to Army Recruiters tabling at Ram Plaza, the City College Coalition held a counter rally Feb. 14.

AS STATE ECONOMY SLOWS, COLLEGE'S BUDGET TO SUFFER
BY JIM PATTERSON

With the state's budget deficit of nearly $16 billion, City College could face sme drastic cutes in salaries and classes, Vice Chancellor of Finance and Adminisration Peter Goldstein said
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MICHAEL P. SMITH / GUARDSMAN


Features


AT DAY'S END STUDENTS, FACULTY GATHER FOR BIG SEND OFF
BY
ELLEN SILK
"We should all be singing 'What a Difference a Day Makes,'" declared Trustee Rodel E. Rodis in his speech on M onday at the reception for outgoing City College Chancellor Philip R. Day, Jr., a sentiment echoed by his fellow speakers, including Mayor Gavin Newsom.

Photostory


COMIC BOOK GEEKS UNITE: WONDERCON ATTACKS SAN FRANCISCO
BY
DESMOND MILLER
WonderCon, Northern California's largest comic book, sci-fi and pop cultural convention, invaded the Moscone South building on Feb. 22-24.

Arts & Entertainment


'FOCUS ON LIVING' PUTS A NEW FACE ON HIV AND AIDS COMMUNITY IN AMERICA
BY ELLEN SILK

"Focus on Living: Portraits of Americans with HIV and AIDS," an exhibit displayed on the second floor of the Rosenberg Library, tells the stories of 16 Americans and their ways of coping with the deadly disease.

FILM UNCOVERS LEGENDARY ASIAN-AMERICAN STARLET
BY CHRISTINA HERNANDEZ

Director and producer Elaine Mae Woo screened her documentary film "Anna May Wong - Frosted Yellow Willows: Her Life, Times, and Legend" at the Diego Rivera Theatre Feb. 20 and stayed for a half hour long Q&A session.

ENTERTAINMENT
State Your Fashion, Reviews, etc.

Sports


RAMS SOFTBALL PITCHING ACE MICHELE MCMAHON IS A NATURAL
BY MATT MCFADDEN
Rams softball pitching ace Michele McMahon currently leads the coast conference with 0.86 ERA, seven wins and 73 innings pitched in just 12 games.

SINKOVICH'S COACHING SETS HIS TEAM OFF RIGHT
BY BONTA HILL
When Frank Sinkovich came to City College five years ago as an assistant head coach, the softball rogram wwas an afterthought.

MEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM SECURES NO. 1 SPOT UPCOMING IN PLAYOFFS
BY PAUL WERTHEIM
The Rams men's basketball suffered their only conference loss at the hands of the Las Positas Hawks 78-75 on Jan. 30 in Livermore.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM SLAUGHTERS LAS POSITAS IN FINAL HOME GAME
BY MATT MCFADDEN
There was nothing but smiles and flowers for the players of the City College women's basketball team (25-7, 8-2) after their vicotry over Las Positas (18-12, 3-6), 76-59, on Feb. 20, in the final regular season home game.

 

   
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