Profiles

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Kathy Fong has an itch to pitch

All it took was a swift swing of a bat, and the ball flew into the unknown as the batter ran toward first base. The…


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The art of living, Alforque style

Whether it’s singing, dancing, acting or a combination of all three, life in the industry can be a roller coaster for striving artists and yet…


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Hooked on anthro

When Dr. Pamela Lindell entered college she had no idea what she wanted to do with her life. If you ask her, she’ll tell you…


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Freedom to believe, or not

At City College, there is a veteran student who is president of the Sac City Freethinkers club and simultaneously carries another interest that may be surprising. “I like…


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Counterintuitive beauty

Have you ever considered math beautiful? This professor hopes so. Math professor Alex May’s class may be livelier than your average math class, as he attempts to…



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A president’s perspective

Becoming president of a large community college is not an easy task. However, when the path is filled with inspiring people and positive influences, it…


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Digging deeper

It’s not always easy to find a place in this world, but often the path to its discovery inspires compassion and action that otherwise would…


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Blue jean beauty queen

Beauty pageants can be viewed as superficial, self-promoting and vain to some or entertaining, esteem building and classy to others. City College student Claire Johnston…


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James and the giant personality

Everything you need to know about Stephen James you can tell from his office. A bookshelf overflowing with science books.  An aquarium that acts as…