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City College celebrated Transgender Week of Resilience with a number of on campus events that highlighted both Trans Remembrance and Trans Joy. 

“I wanted to share my loved ones,” he added. Finao began his call and response by honoring a trans-man from his life whom he lovingly referred to as his brother. 

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In the Weeds: City College Struggles With Maintaining Landscaping

As part of the accreditation process, City College commissioned an environmental review that would form a part of its vision for the college in years to come. The review envisions “a park-like atmosphere at the campus with plazas offering views within the campus and vistas showing the surrounding cityscape. The plazas would provide spaces for student gatherings and collaboration.”

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Why Can’t Everyday be Unity Day?

“Unity Day is a campus-wide event for students to come have fun, learn about clubs and resource programs, and get to know one another!” says the Inter Club Council Web page.  More than 100 students attended — a tawdry figure considering the student population for the academic year 2022-2023 is 16,134.  But the event has potential to truly unite the campus community.

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Rams Women’s Soccer Blanks Canada Colts

The Rams women’s soccer team shut down the Canada Colts with a 3-0 win Friday, Nov. 3, led by Amaya Jarzombek (11) with a hat trick. This win put the Rams on an 11-game undefeated streak and ensured they remained on top of their conference.

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