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Bike chic

The fountain quad at City College resembles a street fair at times—students with guitars sit on the benches outside the cafeteria, poised like troubadours; others can…


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Back to the history class

In a small, unassuming office with stacks of CDs on the windowsill sits the Doc Marten boot-wearing Dr. Carl-Petter Sjovold, City College History Department chair….


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Like a true sensei

In Japan there are different titles attached to the end of people’s names, called honorifics. One who teaches is respected, and the honorific attached to…


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Lights, camera, Gore

Nestled in his homey, three-walled corner cubicle adorned with pictures of family, friends and posters of tropical islands, Theatre Arts professor Robert Gore sits in…


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Rules of engagement

Fencing is not just your typical fighting sport. Bill Gillespie, City College Fencing Club adviser describes the sport as the “ultimate game of tag.” Deceiving,…


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News Events Calender

Nov. 29 Native Plants of California – Cultural Awareness Center 1:00-2:00 p.m. co-sponsored with the Indigenous People’s Club, Native American Studies Program. Nov. 30 On…


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Neither snow nor rain nor heat

Bob DeNigris is surrounded by postal boxes and unsorted mail. Listening to a copy machine rapidly make thousands of copies throughout most of the day…


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David Martin’s hidden city

Much like an archeologist digging up significant artifacts, David Harper Martin dusts off particular subjects and events he finds essential to reveal. He uncovers the…


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Redefining your life is one road trip away

Inspiration isn’t easy to find. It could take hours, days, even months to find the right path. One thing is certain: Inspiration does not just…


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Show me your teeth

The living dead thrive in today’s popular culture.Far gone are the days of dreading vampires, werewolves and accompanying creatures of the dark. “The Vampire Diaries”…