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Italian vagabond

Marci Selva found herself in the middle of Florence, Italy, trash everywhere, scents of cigarettes and tourists at every corner, an experience she would never…


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Sexual battery on campus

Los Rios Police reported Feb. 3 in a campus wide email that a female student filed a report that she had been sexually battered and…


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Ask an atheist

The Sacramento City Freethinkers, a club of agnostics, skeptics and non-theist students, will host an event called Ask An Atheist on the City College Quad,…


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Coming soon to a theater near you

Film and critics unite in the name of creativity and entertainment to welcome the Sacramento International Film Festival playing April 9 to 17. The Crocker…


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It’s outta this country

College students always face uncertainty during the first days of school, but with the actual British Museum being just a few blocks away you might…


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Mining for minds

The air is thin and oxygen-deprived, the perimeter pitch black. The walls of the underground mine are damp, the air heavy and cold. It’s hard…


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Learning how to cope

“Every ending is a beginning,” says Tom Bruce with a hopeful smile and a gleam in his eyes. “Life is one big journey full of…


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Keeping up with the electronic times

Print media has come a long way since Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press more than 600 years ago, setting off the age of mass…


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Got health care?

Not all students are fortunate enough to have access to regular healthcare. For City College students who do not have health insurance, one option is…


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Philosophy professor dies

Richard Ownbey, a dedicated City College philosophy professor of over 20 years, died of cancer Jan 27. “Rich was devoted to his students,” said Chris…