Rams make history, advance to State Championship against Mt. San Antonio
Dec02

Rams make history, advance to State Championship against Mt. San Antonio

  By Lucas Almeida The Guardsman Walnut, Calif. — Players prepared and practiced hard all season long with one main goal in mind—to come to this stage of the competition and bring the trophy home but no matter what happens, the City College men’s soccer team knows they are making history. After a very balanced game in regular time and with one man down throughout the second-half, City College kept the pressure on Golden West College...

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Football Team Devastated After First Defeat of Season
Nov26

Football Team Devastated After First Defeat of Season

By Ivan Huang The Guardsman In a top ranked match-up on Nov. 10 between No. 1 and No. 2 teams in Northern California, the Butte College Roadrunners upset the defending National champions, the City College Rams, 31-21. After a dominant first quarter showing by the Roadrunners, in which they forced two “three and outs” on the Rams first two drives, the Roadrunners showed that they were like no other team the Rams had faced all season....

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The Diversity of City College’s Campuses

[showtime] See the photos on Facebook, too! By Emma Winkles and James Fanucchi The Guardsman Downtown campus Downtown campus featured their first event of the school year when they invited the public to taste variously prepared tomatoes at their restaurant The Educated Palate. The catering and events course oversees the dining room, known in culinary terms as ‘the front of the house.’  Students rotate responsibilities including...

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Chinatown Northbeach Campus Opens With a Celebration After Five Years of Construction
Oct03

Chinatown Northbeach Campus Opens With a Celebration After Five Years of Construction

By Dalton Amador The Guardsman City College officials and the San Francisco public alike celebrated the grand opening of the school’s newly constructed Chinatown campus, providing a cathartic end to a nearly twenty year long struggle to bring a campus to the neighborhood. The ceremony began with The Lion Dance of Good Luck, where performers dressed in a dragon costume danced to beating drums played by students. Speakers included Mayor...

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Latino Heritage Month: Revolutionary painters celebrated
Oct03

Latino Heritage Month: Revolutionary painters celebrated

By Marilyn Fernando & Jandean Deocampo The Guardsman Across City College spaces, from art bars to the Southeast campus, appreciation for two dynamic Latino artists has culminated in lectures and exhibits that explore the abiding timelessness of their work. “Frida and Diego: The Past is Present,” reflects the lasting effects of the culturally and artistically revolutionary couple on San Francisco’s art history at Madrone Art Bar in...

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