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CITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY MARCHES IN SACRAMENTO
BY ELLEN SILK

“Don’t hate, educate!” roared 1000 students, teachers and staff from public colleges around the state as the marched in Sacramento Monday to protest Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s proposed $4.8 billion worth of cuts to education, which would directly impact the them.

WELLNESS CENTER, TRUSTEES WELCOMED
BY NATASHA SIMPSON

The grand opening of the new Community Health and Wellness Center on April 10 also featured the swearing in of board of trustees officers, recognition for the football team and the welcoming of the new interim chancellor.

HYBRID PROGRAM DELAYED UNTIL 2009
BY ANTHONY MYERS

City College will offer the first class in California for hybrid car maintenance and repair beginning in the spring 2009 semester at Evans campus.

'CREDIT CRISIS' CUTS IMPACTING STUDENT LOANS
BY JIM PATTERSON

Students seeking loans for transferring to four-year schools may feel the impact of the credit crisis next fall.

SCHOLARSHIPS HONOR DECEASED INSTRUCTORS
BY ELLEN SILK

Two new memorial scholarships for deceased City College teachers, Tony Guiuan and John Dennis, reward the students they served.


Opinions


SHOULD HOMESCHOOLING BE SO SCRUTINIZED?

STAFF EDITORIAL

SINGED BY THE TORCH
BY MARIA UMANZOR

DECREASE THE DROP-OUT RATE FOR POSTERITY
BY ANTHONY MYERS

JENNIFER NICHOLS / GUARDSMAN


Feature / Photostory


IT'S A DIRTY JOB...
BY
JENNIFER NICHOLS
City College offers a variety of vocational programs for students interested in learning the necessary skills for a new career or trade. The hands-on classes include: automotive technology and body repair, motorcycle repair, electronics, construction, upholstery, welding and machine shop, to name a few.

Arts & Entertainment


COME TO 'CABERET'
BY
JESSICA LUTHI
Willkommen, bienvenue, we “Cabaret,” au “Cabaret,” to “Cabaret.”

'VISIONS' OF POLITICAL CHANGE
BY MARIA UMANZOR

In order to understand the role of political posters in social justice movements around the world, City College hosted a slide presentation at the Mission campus auditorium on April 16.

BLESSING THE BLOSSOMS
BY DESMOND MILLER

ENTERTAINMENT
State Your Fashion, Reviews, etc.

Sports


TRACK & FIELD TEAM TAKES JOHNNY MATHIS INVITATIONAL
BY HENRY REYES, STAFF

RAMS CENTER FIELDER JIMMY LY BOOSTS HIS AVERAGE
BY PAUL WERTHEIM
City College sophomore center fielder Jimmy Ly was tired of being an average hitter.

RAMS BEAT SKYLINE IN NINTH INNING
BY PAUL WERTHEIM
When the dust cloud settled over home plate in the bottom of the ninth inning and the umpire signaled safe, freshman shortstop Ryan Silver ran to his teammates celebrating his game-winning RBI single and City College’s 4-3 victory over Skyline College (22-12, 11-7) on April 17 at Sunberg Field in Balboa Park.

   
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