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Helping to build student confidence

Students who fund public speaking daunting, whether in front of a crowd, at a job interview, or just in passing conversation, have an opportunity to attend…



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Campus Police busy in the semester

As the fall semester gets underway, hit-and-runs are keeping the Los Rios Police Department busy at Sacramento City College, according to department officials. According to the…


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City College goes Beyond the Dream

City College welcomes back Alianza’s 2nd Annual Beyond the Dream Conference. The Dream Conference will be held in the Student Center here at City College…



The sun is rising in the east over the water fountain of city college campus.

City College responds to the drought

Living in California, residents are accustomed to the possibility of a summer drought. However with 2014 being the hottest year California has experienced in over…


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City College welcomes faculty and staff

Sacramento City College welcomed a significant number of newly hired faculty and staff, according to City College President Kathryn Jeffery.Sacramento City College welcomed a significant…


The view of the new Student Services building where the entrance will be. 
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New building to open doors in spring

The New Student Services building, under construction north of the Rodda buildings, is on target to be serving students by mid- to late spring, according…


Sign Language major, Elizabeth says "It's not fair," about the increase price for parking at City College. | Emily Foley | Photo Editor | emmajfoley@gmail.com

District-wide parking fee increase

Los Rios students who drive to campus and pay to park in the student parking areas were greeted with a fee increase over the summer…