May 2013


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Meditations on a multi-string guitar

Music professor Matthew Grasso knew since he first held a guitar that playing the instrument was something he wanted to do for the rest of…


Photography professor Autumn Payne photographs Sammie the Clown at Sky Park Gardens Assisted Living for her column in the Sacramento Bee,"I CARE." | Jason Payne |

Learning about people

Photography professor Autumn Payne’s favorite subject to capture with her camera are human interest stories. She believes her natural curiosity helps tie human emotion from picture or video to her want to learn about people.

In addition to teaching photojournalism at City College, Payne is a writer and photographer for a weekly column in the Sacramento Bee called, “I CARE”, where volunteers in the community are celebrated for doing good things.


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Layers of expression

A self described introvert,  Frank Gallardo believes music has layers of meanings to self expression. Gallardo plays a variety of instruments from guitar, keyboards, to…


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Dancing for my ancestors

Angelica Garcia is a City College student who practices Aztec dance that has been passed down from generation to generation. Garcia became interested in Aztec…


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A little fun before finals

Enjoying the last weeks of school? On May 9 in the quad, City College observed People’s Day for another successful year from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The event had a variety of vendors selling clothes to serving food. Also there was entertainment on the stage from rapping to dancing and even singing.


Construction workers lower a rebar post into the ground near the rail yard that separates the new construction project from City College. | Callib Carver | callibcarver.express@gmail.com

New avenues to City College emerging

While students are away this summer the foundations for a new path to their education is underway.

The long awaited pedestrian bridge is set to begin construction around June 1, according to the Sacramento Bee. This pedestrian bridge will start at the City College light rail station and reach over the train tracks to the new, soon-to-be developed 72- acre Curtis Park Village where students and neighboring families can take a short walk to the retail stores and restaurants. It will provide a walkway for light rail riders and easy access to the new neighborhood from the City College.


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Panthers on the prowl

Another semester of students also means another semester of athletes.  The spring brought with it a fresh start via a new batch of players to…


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A tedious juggling act

The life of a college student can be tiresome, especially when it comes time for finals. The life of an athlete can be tediousas well,…


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Say Y.E.S. to Heroes

Sacramento City College’s Graphic Communication department will host its Year End Showcase themed “Heroes and Villains” Monday, May 20, according to department professor Don Button….