On The Record Opinions & Editorials On the Record: If City College decides not to offer summer classes, how would that effect you? October 7, 2009February 25, 2020 The Guardsman By Isaac Crummey and Alex Emslie PHOTO EDITOR AND OPINIONS AND EDITORIALS EDITOR Allan Frias, 23 Fire Science Technology Major "It would effect me really badly. People need them, and without summer school, people will have to stay at City College longer." ISAAC CRUMMEY / THE GUARDSMAN Lucy Lee, 18 Business Major "I don't like the idea because I was looking forward to summer classes. If we don't have summer classes, it might take me longer to transfer." ISAAC CRUMMEY / THE GUARDSMAN Aktilek Aitikulov, 18 Economics Major "It would effect my graduation date. I'm planning to take summer classes and graduate this fall, but if they don't have summer classes, I'll have to take one more semester." ISAAC CRUMMEY / THE GUARDSMAN Rachanne Mallare, 18 Child Development Major "I want to be able to make up for the time I lost. This year, I didn't take math and English, and I'd like to this summer." ISAAC CRUMMEY / THE GUARDSMAN Ajamu Collins, 20 Kinesiology Major "I always thought about taking summer classes, but it wouldn't really effect me because I usually work in the summer." ISAAC CRUMMEY / THE GUARDSMAN Kim Dizon, 18 Nursing Major "It would effect me because I want to take extra classes to get ahead." ISAAC CRUMMEY / THE GUARDSMAN Keegan Donofrio, 18 Undeclared "I don't think it will effect me because I don't plan on taking summer classes." ISAAC CRUMMEY / THE GUARDSMAN
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