Year after year the Hawaiian Islands are exposed to intense tourism that may be causing an impact on the environment.
The women’s swim team placed second at the Coast Conference Championship held at College of San Mateo April 19-21. The Rams’ finish was the best ever for City College at the Coast Conference Championship and an improvement from last year’s fifth-place result.
In the turbulent times of the 21st century, public higher education is a student in the school of hard knocks. That’s why thousands of college students drove, bussed, or even walked up to the State Capitol in Sacramento on March 5: because we’re tired of increased fees, extreme budget cuts, absurd student loan debts, and overpriced textbooks — for a start.
City College women’s swimming team held an intra-squad meet in the Wellness Center on Feb. 3 in preparation for the program’s third year of existence.
The Rams closed out their 2011 season losing their last 13 games in a row. City College finished with a record of 5-29.
Honestly, was anyone terribly surprised when they heard MTV had debuted an ultra-controversial new series starring unrealistically attractive teenagers who get drunk, have sex, pop pills and crash SUVs into rivers?
In its inaugural season, the City College women’s swim team is gaining plenty of momentum toward the Coast Conference Championships, as they easily outscored Cabrillo College 124-30 in their dual meet April 9 at the Wellness Center.
For the first time in over 18 years, City College of San Francisco has a women’s swim team to call their own.
In their inaugural season, the newest Rams team is hoping this will be the beginning to a long, successful women’s program.