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Volume 142, Issue #1


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News

INSTRUCTOR'S WIN TIME AND MONEY
BY JOSE GUITIERREZ
The American Federation of Teachers, Local 2121 and the San Francisco Community College District agreed on a new contract that will give City College faculty a salary increase of 4.5 percent.

$7.1 MILLION HEALTH CENTER REAY TO SERVE
BY KAREN M. KINNEY

City College unveiled a ew state-of-the-art Student Health Center on August 18 at the Ocean Campus.

INDUSTRY BEGS FOR NEW AUTO TECHS
BY KATE DUNHAM

The California Community College Chancellor's Office announced on May 2 that a $450,000 Quick Start grant will be given to City College and eight other institutions to help rebuild automotive career pathways for high school and college students.

COMMUNITY CONNECTS TO REMODEL MURAL
BY DESMOND MILLER

A historic graffiti-tagged mural was restored at the John Adams campus by the local City College community this summer.

NEWLY RENOVATED BOOKSTORE OPENS FOR FALL
BY NINO BOLES-KING
City College's Ocean campus bookstore received a facelift and some electrical upgrades over the summer.

City College At Large
What's happening at the satellite campuses.

Short Cuts
Brief stories.


Opinions


EXIT EXAM
STAFF EDITORIAL

HEALTH SHOULD NOT HAVE A PRICE TAG
BY DANI GOMEZ

ARAB-JEWISH TALKS PROVE FRUITFUL
BY ELI MILCHMAN

INCOMING COMMENTARY
FACULTY POLL: Will City College students face racial tensions due to Israelli-Hezbollah conflict?

ON THE RECORD
Do you think high school students should have to take an exit exam?

MILESTONE
BY MILES HARWELL
A City College column.

Front Page

Feature


EATER'S DIGEST; A STUDENT GUIDE FOR DINING NEAR CAMPUS
BY
ALEX MULLANEY
Strategically placed snack and soda dispensers on campus quickly quell small hungers, and the food truck outside the Visual Arts building bustles every noon.

 

Sports


FOOTBALL TEAM SET TO GO DEEP N UPCOMING SEASON
BY MILES HARWELL
The key to success for the 2006 City College Rams' football season will be the players' ability to work as a unit and the sacrifice of individual stardom for the good of the team, according to head coach George Rush.

 

Arts and Entertainment


NEW DISPLAY EXHIBITS SCIENCE AND CULTURE
BY MAYRA MARTINEZ
For students who don't want to go far for a cultural lesson and cool visual aids, two Ocean campus exhibits provide just that this month.

ENTERTAINMENT

iPod Playlist, Mental Gymnastics, Nerd Nuggets, etc.

   
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