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   THE GUARDSMAN EXCLUSIVE

                            ONLINE SUMMER SERIES

News

STUDENTS AT OCEAN CAMPUS FACE MORE CHANGES WITH CONTRUCTION
BY ELLEN SILK

Construction of the new joint use facility has temporarily cut student parking in half and is limiting access to areas of the Ocean campus during the 2008 Summer Session according to James Blomquist, associate vice chancellor of facilities, planning/management.

NEW SCIENCE AND HEALTH SECTION
BY CHRISTINA R. HERNANDEZ

The Guardsman will now be adding a Science & Health Section...

News from June 11 Issue


GETTING SAN FRANCISCO HEALTHY
BY DESMOND MILLER

San Francisco is the first city in the United States to do the unthinkable: it is creating a universal health care program geared toward giving everyone access to health care services.

News from May 7 Issue


BUILDING UP CITY COLLEGE
BY NATASHA SIMPSON
A Joint-Use Facility being built with San Francisco State University, one of the new eco-friendly buildings in the reservoir, will be 101,000 square feet and will cost about $67 million dollars with construction starting in the fall.

COLLEGE TRYING TO FILL $8.3 MILLION GAP FOR UPCOMING FISCAL YEAR
BY ELLEN SILK

With a recent loss from property tax revenue and impending cuts to state funding, City College is trying to close an $8.3 million gap for the 2008-09 fiscal year with possible cuts to Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS), summer school classes and tutors, in addition to pulling $2 million from the reserve as well as leaving retired faculty vacancies unfilled.

$116 MILLION PERFORMING ARTS CENTER BUILT BY 2012
BY NATASHA SIMPSON

The $116 million performing arts center, which will be built on the reservoir, was postponed until January 2012.

AS ELECTION RESULTS IN
BY LISKA KOENIG

Industrial engineering major Diana Munoz-Villanueva was re-elected as City College student trustee for 2008 – 2009, while political science major Joshua Nielsen was elected the new Associated Students President during elections for AS government on April 29 and 30.

CITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEE ELECTIONS COMING UP IN OCTOBER
BY MARTHA VALLEJO

San Francisco citizens will elect four candidates for the Community College Board of Trustees Nov. 4.

JENNIFER NICHOLS / THE GUARDSMAN


Feature


SAN FRANCISCO'S PRIDE WEEKEND 2008
BY JENNIFER NICHOLS

Check out a video slideshow of photos from the celebrations at Gay Pride '08.

Arts & Entertainment


REVIEWS
STAFF

Swine Not? A Novel Pig Tale by Jimmy Buffet and movies The Rocker and Hancock

Arts & Entertainment from May 7 Issue


CITY COLLEGE'S ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS CAPTURE LOCAL FLAVOR
BY
KAREN KINNEY
City College’s architecture department celebrated its sixieth anniversary by hosting a contest that captured the flare of San Francisco neighborhoods.

CINCO DE MAYO CELEBRATED
BY MARIA UMANZOR

“Cinco de Mayo” was celebrated by Mexico’s Cedros-UP Youth and Children Symphony Orchestra (OSIC) with a concert May 3 in the Wellness Center that drew an audience of over 500 people.

ENTERTAINMENT
State Your Fashion, Reviews, etc.

Sports from May 7 Issue


RAMS LATE TWO-RUN RALLY CLINCHES FINAL HOME GAME
BY PAUL WERTHEIM
Sophomore pitcher Matt Ko pitched his final game for City College baseball in stellar fashion, allowing only two earned runs in nine innings as the Rams defeated Canada College 6-4 at Sunberg field in Balboa park on April 29.

RUNNING IN THE FAMILY
BY TJ JOHNSTON
When City College sprinter Chauncey David-Jacobs ran the 200m in 23.96 seconds at the Coast Conference Championships at Monterey on April 26, she again became the second-fastest among junior college women to run the 200m.

HALL OF FAME TO TRANSITION TO WELLNESS CENTER
BY BONTA HILL
City College’s Hall of Fame will be moved to the Wellness Center from its longtime home in the defunct South Gymnasium, according to head football coach George Rush.

   
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