Bomb threat evacuates LRC

Police units respond to anonymous call, no explosives found

A bomb threat Tuesday at City College resulted in the temporary evacuation of the Learning Resource Center.

According to Captain Chris Day of the Los Rios Police Department, at 2:30 p.m. an anonymous caller phoned in the threat to the California Highway Patrol.

Multiple Los Rios police units responded. In addition to City College officers, units from all of the district’s campuses responded.

“ARC, Folsom, CRC—they’re all here,” said Day.

An initial search of the building failed to uncover anything suspicious, reported Los Rios police officer Sargent Jay Lampano.

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SCC student photographer shoots at a new pace

Brandon Feinberg hopes to transfer to the Maritime Acedemy, but focuses on his love of photography and
lives life in the moment.
To capture Sacramento's street life, Brandon Feinberg slows the close

His pace is steady, controlled. Reaching the blue bench, he adjusts his backpack and turns his head right. He stares down the tracks for a sign his ride is coming.

“The light rail kind of changes your lifestyle,” he says. “It slows you down a bunch.”

The front left pocket of his jeans provides a safe space for a point-and-shoot Nikon. Around his neck, a Rolleicord takes hold, inherited from his late grandfather. The large, black boxlike camera is adjusted carefully into position.

“Walk this way,” he calmly instructs, eyeing the train from a distance. “Our ride is here.”

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Managing to get by

City College student Jessica Daniels says effective time management allows her to successfully carry 17 course units as she also fulfills her family responsibilities. Photo by Elizabeth Ramirez | Staff Photographer |
SCC student Jessica Daniel has time on her side

As college students, we have so much stuff on our plates. Some of us may be juggling 12 or more units, working part time and have family responsibilities.

The question we may ask ourselves is, “How can I manage my time effectively this semester and not get overwhelmed?”

That is a question I ask myself all the time, especially since I am taking 17 units this semester and helping to raise my 1-year-old twin nephews with my family. There are times when I do feel overwhelmed and wonder how I will get through this semester successfully.

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City College basketball player among top 20

Photo by Jake Patrick Donahue | Sports Editor |
Antwoine Davis named to All-State and All-Big-8 conference teams

Every season, the California Community College Athletic Association announces the top 20 community college players in the state by electing them to the All-State Team. This year, City College basketball star Antwoine Davis was among the 20 players listed.

Davis topped off his City College career not only by being named to the 2013–2014 All-State team, but also to the All-Big 8 Conference team.

Davis, who graduated from Luther Burbank High School, led the Panthers and the Big-8 Conference in points per game and rebounds per game this season with 17.8 and 11.4, respectively.

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Psychology major Elias Paez looked over the twisits within the cracks of tree March 17 that fell in the middle of the quad in front of Rhoda North during the weekend. Luisa Morco | Staff Photographer |
Photo by Gabrielle Smith | Staff Photographer |
City College cosmetology majors practice techniques March 26. Photo by Emily Foley | Staff Photogarpher  |
Students and Faculty from across California walk from Raley Field to the Capitol's west steps March 3 during the 2014 March for Education in protest against higher education costs. Luisa Morco | Staff Photographer |


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