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Blast from the past, The Guardsman history

The Guardsman, City College’s award-winning newspaper has evolved and transcended despite some rough times during the last 75 years.

Feel-good sports movie leaves no underdog cliché unturned

“Million Dollar Arm” might better have been titled “Jerry Maguire Goes to India.”

Fashion department shines on the catwalk

The collection featured clothes and shoes borrowed from Goodwill and local designers Acta Non Verba (Hector Manuel), Roenna Designs and Sam Shan. Manuel and Shan are fashion students at City College.

Rams trying to get back to winning ways

After finishing the 2013 football season 8-3, the City College Rams are working harder than ever to complete the 2014 season undefeated and add another state championship to head coach George Rush’s resume.

City College instructor takes 2nd in judo competition

Astronomy Dept. Chair Lancelot Kao takes home second place in the Reno Senior National Championships 73 kg weight class

Track team holds their own at East Bay Invitational

The sun was shining on April 19 and, with the temperature in the mid 70s, it was a perfect day for a track and field competition.

Rams ‘just trying to finish the season’ after last home game loss

City capped off their disastrous sixth inning by committing an error, which allowed Sumibcay to score and freshman outfielder Marcus Maldonado to advance to second.

Niners their own worst nightmare during offseason

Aldon Smith and Colin Kaepernick, who are both also in the midst of contract negotiations, made headlines, but not in a good way.

Affirmative action may hinder journey to equality

We have all been brought up with the notion that we should treat everyone equally regardless of the race or ethnicity of the person.

Democracy Notes: Future of middle class looks bleak

April 23, 2014, should have been considered a day of infamy in the United States, but it wasn’t. That is to our detriment.

Fighting to survive financial struggles

I heard a guest say “We actually pay the people who care for our lawns more than we do the people who care for our children,”

Playing gangster a ridiculous choice for politicians

A federal investigation may have very well exposed such a wolf, after state Sen. Leland Yee was arrested on March 26 on weapons trafficking and corruption charges.

Democracy Notes

What should be of more concern for City College students, Russia’s annexation of Crimea or the American war lobby’s demands for military action against Russia and every other country the warmongers fix in their crosshairs?

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