Monthly Archives: December 2010

Busted at City College

Slight uptick in student drug use December 14, 2010 by Amy Wong | Staff Writer City College has seen an increase in student drug violations compared to previous years, according to the Clery Report released in 2010. The data reflect … Continue reading

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Bike chic

Full-fledged bipedal style at City College December 8, 2010 by Amy Wong | Staff Writer City College student Jamie Santiago stands next to her trusty ten-speed in the Quad area. Photo by Vincent Fernandez The fountain quad at City College … Continue reading

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Great American Smokeout

Student Health Services takes part in anti-smoking campaign November 22, 2010 by Amy Wong | Staff Writer Students interested in giving up cigarettes had some extra assistance Nov. 18 when City College Health Services took part in the 35th annual … Continue reading

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Russian exchange

Legislative fellows visit City College November 13, 2010 by Amy Wong | Staff Writer Elena Garib, a public relations officer from St. Petersburg, Russia, fields questions from Diane Heimer’s newswriting and reporting class on Tuesday, Nov. 4. Garib is part … Continue reading

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Discipline: it’s not just a slap on the wrist

November 10, 2010 by Amy Wong | Staff Writer For most students at City College, staying out of trouble means surviving through midterms. For other students, trouble can mean running into disciplinary issues, which can have a major effect on … Continue reading

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Coming back to where he started

Censored poet Do Nguyen at City College October 30, 2010 by Amy Wong | Staff Writer Former City College student and published poet Nguyen Do read and spoke about his poetry on campus on Nov. 3 at the Cultural Awareness … Continue reading

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No fee hike in new state budget

October 27, 2010 by Amy Wong | Staff Writer The state budget has been finalized—100 days past its due date. For City College students, this means no enrollment fee increases for the time being. According to Susie Williams, Los Rios Community College District assistant vice chancellor of … Continue reading

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