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Sing it loud

Song has the power to uplift the spirit and inspire generations. The City College Choir is full of new faces and voices this year, and…


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Attention City College musicians

From local rock legends like Tesla to the The Deftones, Sacramento has seen its fair share of fame and glory in the world of rock…


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Discipline: it’s not just a slap on the wrist

For most students at City College, staying out of trouble means surviving through midterms. For other students, trouble can mean running into disciplinary issues, which…


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Rustling up another recognition

The staff of Susurrus recently learned that the 2010 edition of the City College Literary Journal won second place in the Pacific-Western Division of the…


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News Event Calender

Nov. 8 Beginning of Homecoming Week. On the Quad and Hughes Stadium. Runs until Nov.11 Nov. 9 Reward, recognition, respect open forum.  Contribute your ideas…


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Braille, audio offer textbook alternatives

Every year an estimated 50 students with visual impairments register at the City College Disability Resource Center for the use of alternative textbooks. Depending upon…


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Student newspaper wins big awards

The City College news publication, the Express, garnered an impressive 14 awards at the Journalism Association of Community Colleges NorCal conference Nov. 6 in San…


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NoteUtopia offers digital note sharing

Falling behind in classes can drastically affect an entire semester—especially in the case of grades. But a new website called NoteUtopia.com developed by Sacramento State…


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And the winners are…

The results are in and this year’s City College Outstanding Essay Contest winner is Kevin Cornwall. Cornwall will receive $1,000 as the winner. He is…