With the sound of athletic tape unraveling, bags of ice sloshing and the low buzz of the whirlpool engines, City College’s athletic room is run by a team of highly qualified trainers. In charge of this team is a man who wishes to bring coaches and trainers to an understanding of healing athletes as fast as possible.
As City College’s head trainer, Jude Temple, 42, has been working at City College for nearly four years. It does not seem like a normal day unless he cracks a joke or two. While caring for athletes, he carries a lighthearted attitude, which seems to infect everyone who lays eyes upon his rosy smile.
Temple says his favorite aspect of the job is “getting athletes healthier faster and the prevention of future injuries.”
At the age of 24 he was a student at City College and suffered a blown out Achilles tendon while on the track team. Prior to his injury, he was a helicopter pilot for the military and was no longer…» Read More
Gregory Kondos is a decorated local artist, but his name is most associated with the campus gallery, the Kondos Gallery. Its bare white walls wait blank with anticipation of its newest exhibit.
“That’s What I Figure” is the latest showcase running until Feb. 22 in the Kondos Gallery. At the Jan. 31 reception at the gallery, guest curator and past director of UC Davis’ Nelson Gallery Renny Pritikin pulled together four Bay Area image-makers to create a compilation of figure pieces for a City College audience. Seyed Alavi, Elisheva Biernoff, Travis Collinson, and Ed Loftus work fill the formerly empty walls of the Kondos Gallery with life.
There will be more that meets the eye on Jan. 31 at the Kondos Gallery’s new exhibit, “That’s What I Figure.”
Four Bay Area image-makers will have their exhibits displayed during the opening reception from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the campus art gallery.
Don’t miss your chance to see the work of Seyed Alavi, Elisheva Biernoff, Travis Collinson and Ed Loftus at the gallery.
Dec. 13, 2012
A City College student and St. Francis High School visual arts teacher died Dec. 8 when she was hit by a Union Pacific train just before 3 p.m. while taking photographs near 65th Street and Elvas Avenue in Sacramento.
Kathryn Mary Carlisle, 52, was reportedly hit from behind by the train while she was on the tracks taking photos of an oncoming train, according to Sacramento police. Carlisle was a student in City College’s Multimedia Capture course and a faculty member at St. Francis since 2008. She taught art,