Jessica Rine

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Welcome To City College

Another year at City College, and for some, navigating the campus is old hat. For the new faces on campus, however, it can be daunting. No need…

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Welcome to City College

  You have made it to City College. Classes aren’t as frightening as you thought they might be, you can actually find a parking spot…

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Welcome to City College

The studying mecca of City College, the Learning Resource Center (below) has all the tools for making any semester a successful one. Tutoring resources are on the…

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Welcome to City College

Students can get anything for the new school year at the campus’ College Store. Show off school spirit with Panther swag such as hoodies and T…

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Welcome to City College

  Few students have time or money for regularly scheduled maintenance of the cosmetic persuasion. But you also don’t want to be sitting next to a…

The Hub, a café, kitchen and market near City College's Davis Center, is in its final stages of contruction and will soon be fully open to students and the public. | Jessica Rine |

A new hub of activity

A new spot has made its way to Davis’ West Village apartment community for it’s eating and drinking pleasure.

Mere steps away from the entrance to Sacramento City College Davis Center, Hub, a café, kitchen and market is in its finishing stages of construction and will soon be fully open to the public.

Students dressed in black and red stand side by side.

MESA team takes home top prize

Students from the Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement program at City College and Cosumnes River College teamed up to flatten colleges and universities across California in an Oct. 19 competition sponsored by some of the leading energy and utility industries in the state.

The competition’s sponsors were PG&E, Southern California Gas, and Southern California Edison. These leading energy and utility industries are suffering from a workforce shortage, and they approached college students majoring in the fields of math,

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Proposition 30 passes, 32 fails

Arguably the most important, and certainly controversial for City College students, ballot measure on California’s ballot, Proposition 30, passed by a narrow margin early Wednesday morning with a final percentage of 53.9 percent.

Proposition 30 hovered around 50 percent support for most of Tuesday night, but slowly climbed to victory, according to the Associated Press.

“Look, this was a tough fight,” said Gov. Jerry Brown of the ballot he backed. “People said I was crazy to go to the people.”

Barack Obama has been re-elected as president of the United States for four more years. Tony Wallin |

Nation re-elects Barack Obama

Voters across the country watched the long, drawn-out presidential race finally come to a close Tuesday evening, when Barrack Obama was re-elected as president of the United States.

In what was supposed to be one of the closest races in history, President Barack Obama beat Gov. Mitt Romney 301 to 203 in the Electoral College. To determine a winner, 270 electoral votes are required.

“I return to the White House more determined and more inspired than ever,” Obama said early Wednesday morning in his acceptance speech at the Democratic headquarters in Chicago.

Cosmopolitan students dressed up and through a parade  at City College in celebration of Halloween. Jessica Rine |

Zombies, front of the line

A ladybug curls a gangster’s hair. A vampire jokes with a zombie pirate and a geisha. Halloween is on at the Cosmetology Department. Students enrolled…