Rams Charge Into State Playoffs After Winning Coast-North Conference

City College had what appeared to be a run at the State Championship during their 2019-2020 season, but had their effort shut down due to COVID-19. Now the side looks to continue it with boundless confidence.

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Cultivating Charisma: New Ram’s Tennis Coach Works to Empower Recent Recruits

After their game versus American River was postponed, the team headed into their first game since the 2020 season versus Monterey Peninsula with the Rams being the traveling side. Despite the Lobos being the homeside, the Rams persevered and beat Monterey 7-2, marking their first win since their 2020 season.

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Men’s Basketball Maintains Winning Streak With Wins Versus Las Positas, Foothill

Coach Labagh attributed the team’s success to their heavy pressure against the opposition. “We can pressure without fouling. We’re gonna wear teams down with our bench.”

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ESL Department Works to Increase Program Enrollment Amidst Steep Budget Cuts

City College stated during their November board meeting that cuts were the result of under-enrolled programs, but department Chair Keech said he never got an explanation. He thinks maybe other programs simply fit into the school’s funding formula better.

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