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Crocker reopens

[nggallery id=7]Walking across the park leading to the Crocker Art Museum on Oct. 10, art lovers were introduced to Art Car, an exhibit of beautifully…


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Recognizing, respecting, remembering

Once upon a time, long ago, the state of California belonged to the country of Mexico. When Mexico surrendered California to the United States in…


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A living history

The myths of Tomb Raider and Indiana Jones were dispelled, Irish was spoken, and participants learned what tales the dead can tell. The annual Anthropology…


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Students urged to walk out

City College’s Associated Student Government sent fliers through e-mail urging students to participate in a campus-wide walkout on Oct. 7 protesting the continued delay of…


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A helping hand

Tests, projects and research papers—a telltale sign that school is back in session. College poses many challenges that most students are familiar with, but for…


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Mysticism in art

As he navigates through his Facebook page, Chris Daubert clicks through a number of pictures and videos that he calls his “constructions and concepts.” Diligently…



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Beauty business

You’re hit with the oddly pleasing smell of nail polish and acetone in the air, the sound of snipping scissors whispering in your ear. As…


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Dad’s Kitchen offers something for everyone

Street tacos, live music, and brews—who could ask for a better combination on a warm, late summer evening? Sandwiched between Sacramento’s Curtis and Land Park…


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“Something Wicked” this way has come

The latest play to come from City College’s native City Theatre, an adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s classic “Something Wicked This Way Comes,” opened Friday to…