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CONSTRUCTION DEADLINE LOOMS
BY ANTHONY MYERS

Poor weather and a complicated design have slowed wheelchair-accessibility construction on Ocean campus, endangering the April 1 deadline mandated by a federal court.

BUS LINES SERVING STUDENTS TO FACE CHANGES IN 2009
BY BEN TAYLOR

The Metropolitan Transit Agency will implement a number of changes to Muni bus lines in 2009, some of which will directly affect City College students.

WELLNESS CENTER TO RECIEVE NAME
BY TJ JOHNSTON

City College faculty, staff and student organizations will introduce a resolution naming the Wellness Center after former Chancellor Philip R. Day, Jr. to the board of trustees, a City College official said.

LOCKER POLICY AT WELLNESS CENTER CONFUSING, CONCERNING
BY NATASHA SIMPSON

Overwhelming demand for lockers and unclear locker assignment procedures at the Wellness Center have left students without a place to put their belongings.

HIGH HOPES ABOUND FOR THE AVAILABILITY ENGISH MAJOR
BY NATASHA SIMPSON

The English department created a new English major, introduced fall 2007, giving students another popular and varied option of study right at City College.

OCEAN CAMPUS LESS ECO-FRIENDLY AS DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS CONTINUE
BY DOMINIK MOSUR

The Ocean campus has lost teaching resources, natural climate and noise buffers as well as wildlife habitat as a result of the trees and gardens that have been destroyed during the ongoing construction projects.

RECOGNIZING THE HISTORY OF WOMEN
BY ELLEN SILK

In certain progressive feminist circles, women is spelled with a “y” to represent the removal of the masculine from a feminine word.

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Features


THE PLEASURE OF BIRD WATCHING
BY
DOMINIK MOSUR
From gulls soaring high, tiny hummingbirds buzzing inches from your face to sparrows singing from the undergrowth, anyone with curiosity and a pair of binoculars can observe 10 to 15 species of birds on the Ocean campus.

 

Arts & Entertainment


'BEARD' GROWS LAUGHS IN SATIRICAL NEW PLAY
BY JESSICA LUTHI

It’s almost impossible to imagine a life without the works of William Shakespeare. Would it be too far of a stretch to think people would feel the same about his works if he hadn’t written them? What if Christopher Marlowe, Edward De Vere or even the Queen of England wrote them?

'10' AGAINST THE WORLD
BY AMITTAI RAI

I recently viewed a special screening of the film “Chicago 10” written and directed by Brett Morgen at the Kabuki theater in San Francisco...

ENTERTAINMENT
State Your Fashion, Reviews, etc.

Sports


MEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM BREEZE THEIR WAY TO ELITE EIGHT IN STATE TOURNAMENT
BY PAUL WERTHEIM
Sophomore guard Brandon Wiley scored 19 points as the top-ranked Rams men’s basketball team trounced the eighth-seeded Los Medanos College Mustangs 77-57 in the third round of the men’s state basketball championship on March 8.

JONES CLOSES OUT PRODUCTIVE CAREER
BY BONTA HILL
Rams sophomore point guard Senoj Jones, selected first-team all-conference for the second season in a row, finished her season with solid numbers, averaging 10 points, 5 assists and 4 rebounds a game.

SEASON ENDS FOR RAMS WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM
BY BONTA HILL
The Rams women’s basketball team’s late 17-point rally fell just short in their 56-55 loss to the De Anza College Dons in the first round of the playoffs.

RAMS BASEBALL CLOSES OUT GAVILAN IN 7-4 WIN AT HOME
BY MATT MCFADDEN
The City College baseball team improved to 6-7 after defeating Gavilan College, 7-4, on March 4 at Crocker-Amazon Park.

FORMER RAM COMES BACK TO BAY AREA
BY PAUL WERTHEIM
Former Rams defensive back Gibril Wilson will be playing football in the Bay Area again — but not at Rams Stadium.

OPPORTUNITIES ABOUND FOR ROBURT SALLIE
BY PAUL WERTHEIM
As a basketball player, freshman shooting guard Roburt Sallie was constantly trying to create opportunities — but not just on the court.

RAMS CHEERLEADERS BRING IT ON
BY KAREN KINNEY
They thrust their red and white pom-poms skyward with clever cheers, dance in perfect sync and cheer the Rams to victory...

   
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