$22 MILLION BILL AWAITS GOVERNOR'S APPROVAL
BY JOHN SERVATIUS
A bill just passed in the state legislature that might bring $22 million in additional state funding to the college.
SEX PREDATOR STRIKES NEAR GYMNASIUMS
BY ANN-CHATRINE NILSSON
A woman was sexually assaulted near City College's Ocean campus around 7 a.m. on Aug. 24 near the tennis courts by the North Gym.
ICONS CONNECTS CAMPUSES
BY JOSE GUTIERREZ
City College was awarded a $750,000 grant in October 2005 to establish The Institute for Convergence of Optical and Network Systems.
TECH TRASH BANNED FROM LANDFILLS
BY DESMOND MILLER
Due to the California Universal Waste Rule that went into effect in February 2006, it is now illegal to throw away cell phones, batteries, and other electronic items.
"GREEN" PLAN STEPS TOWARD SUSTAINABILITY
BY JEREMIAH MICHAELS
The summer of 2006 saw triple digit heat in the United States, causing energy use to skyrocket. State power consumption reached a record 50,270 megawatts on July 5 at the peak of a heat wave.
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