March 2009

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Captured!

Here are the answers to this weeks Captured!
Photo by Jana Hendler


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EDITOR’S NOTE | Looking out for myself

During my daily commute a few weeks ago, 30 miles along the Highway 50 corridor, I realized how much I enjoy the ride on furlough Fridays. My usual stop and go, brake check, brake check, brake check ride into downtown was smooth and took less than 30 minutes. I actually said out loud, “I hope they keep up with these furloughs, this is great.”


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EDITORIAL

We are in a recession, but we have only faced declining GDP for two quarters. For us to be in a depression (according to The Economist), we need to be in —decline— for years, which is one reason politicians need to stop making comparisons to the Great Depression of the 1930s.


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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

We, the representatives of clubs through Inter-Club Council and Student Leadership and Development would like to respond to the Express article about club advisers.



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Signs of changing times

President Obama’s election would have been impossible if it weren’t for a series of smaller, yet equally important efforts made by black athletes.


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Skate or Die

Rebellious anti-establishment hooligans – the vintage image from the ‘80s that pops up in most people’s minds when they hear the word skateboarder. The landscape of skateboarding has changed from that archaic depiction.
Photo Illustration by Robert Paul


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City College Athletes Bring Home the Bacon

At a time when colleges are losing money and school budgets are being cuts all over the state, one City College division is actually bringing in money to offset their budget.
Photo illustration by Windee Dawson



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Want to learn to use your third eye?

On a Saturday afternoon at the Berkeley Psychic Institute’s Sacramento Campus, a small group of people gathers for a hands-on healing. Seated in a circle of metal fold-out chairs, the healers stand over them, focused, lightly placing their hands on different parts of their bodies.