Campus Life

Shelly Vang discusses with her friend Oscar Rodriguez about their Valentine's Day plans outside the Art Court Theater. Vang says she is not bothered about having to work on Valentine's Day and see couples eating at the restaurant she works at. | Angelo Mabalot |

Loving every day

Dazzling flowers, mouthwatering chocolates and fluffy, cuddly teddy bears. Does this represent love or the just the perception of the Christian celebration of romantic love known as Valentine’s Day?

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New venue attracts well-known talent

The campus theater isn’t just for school plays and band perfor­mances anymore. The new Performing Arts Center at Sacramento City College is attracting outside interest from enter­tainers and promoters looking for a spot to book shows.

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Ice baths and ankle wraps

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…

Vasiliy Savchenko, front desk attendant for the Kondos Gallery, works on a drawing while waiting for art appreciators to come to see the gallery's latest exhibit "That's what I figure." | Angelo Mabalot |

Figuratively showing

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.