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I quit my job and tried to convince friends to go with me on my journey because I was being told traveling alone through Asia was dangerous and foolish.
A witty, side-splittingly hysterical movie with dialogue so sharp and funny that it rivals many current comedies—and it’s about Legos? Oh yes, it sure is. “The Lego Movie” is the most unexpected movie of the year. You certainly don’t have to be a young child or a lover of colorful bricks to appreciate it.
“What do you think about the administration getting a possible raise while faculty wages have been continuously cut?”
If you’re into suspending all belief in reality and watching escapist, romantic fantasy love stories like “The Notebook” or “Titanic,” director Jason Reitman’s newest film “Labor Day” will be right up your alley.
Year after year the Hawaiian Islands are exposed to intense tourism that may be causing an impact on the environment.
The photography department is celebrating 75 years of quality education this semester with various venues around the city showcasing works of current and former students, as well as works of faculty.
You’ve probably heard the hype about director Martin Scorsese’s latest film, “The Wolf of Wall Street”—the f-word is dropped an unprecedented 506 times in the...
The Guardsman asks students about the new payment policy.
The cafeteria on Ocean campus turned into a runway show as students of the Fashion Direction Coordination class organized and arranged the event finding outfits, models and hair and makeup artists as part of their final project on Nov. 11.
City College’s very own KCSF 90.9 FM radio station is giving commercial radio stations a well trained group of future broadcasters from which to choose.
The sound of micro notes, melancholy phrases and ancient instruments filled City College’s Art Room 133 on Nov. 6 as a tradition that began during the Vedic times from 1500 to 1200 B.C. and continues to this day.
“Free Birds,” the new 3-D animated Thanksgiving comedy, isn’t the worst way to spend an hour and a half of your life. But it’s far from the best.
While many Americans dream of buying a home and raising a family, international students may have different dreams for their time in America...