Rams maintain undefeated record
Jan31

Rams maintain undefeated record

By Zack Tobita The Guardsman City College added another win to their undefeated record in a 86-64 victory on Jan. 18 against the Cañada Colts in Redwood City. It was a back-and-forth game early on and midway through the first half. Rams sophomore guard Delon Wright asserted himself and led the team on a run, going into the second half with a score of 43-29. After the break, the Rams exposed Cañada’s lack of size and inability to break...

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New Players bring hope to a struggling team
Jan31

New Players bring hope to a struggling team

  By Dan Harrington The Guardsman A new season, and perhaps a new age of fundamentally-sound playing, is here for the women’s softball team. Last year’s team completed the slate and kept the sport alive for the Rams but didn’t score any wins, and the new team is anxious to get its first win early. Their first four games will take place on Jan. 25 and Jan. 26., and head coach Jack McGuire is optimistic about their potential....

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Sights and Sounds: Even for the frugal minded San Francisco is a foodie’s heaven
Jan31

Sights and Sounds: Even for the frugal minded San Francisco is a foodie’s heaven

By Alex Reyes The Guardsman San Francisco has long been regarded as one of the great food capitals of the world, but what many who live, work or attend class in the city do not realize is that some of the best food to be found in the entire Bay Area costs no more than what can be paid for at any neighborhood 7-11 or takeout joint. Here’s a quick tour. Lucca Delicatessen, located at 2120 Chestnut St., has been a mainstay of the Cow...

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City College is falling apart and no-one is going to bail us out
Jan31

City College is falling apart and no-one is going to bail us out

By Patrick Tamayo The Guardsman Now that the holidays are over, and a new semester has started, it is slowly becoming clear that our school is in a state of discouragement. As I write this, our school is on the verge of having to ask for more time to meet the requirements—others like to call them “recommendations”—imposed by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges. The commission has not been shy about painting a...

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News Briefs
Jan31

News Briefs

  Council discusses retreat By Cassandra Hendry The Guardsman The Ocean Campus Associated Student Council met for a regular meeting on Jan. 16 to discuss an upcoming student leadership and team building retreat—held Jan. 18-20—that they were planning for members of the council. “ I would like to get to know people better, and not only discuss personal goals but also the goals and struggles that City College is facing right now,”...

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