Kelvin Sanders

A march for change

College students from campuses all over California traveled to Sacramento March 5 to rally at the annual March for Education on the west steps of…

Making the grade

Free tutoring, printing, computer use, and Internet access. These are just some of the free services available to City College student-athletes enrolled in Sports 90…

City College TV studio to stream live concert

The City College Learning Resource Center and the music and art departments will host music professor Bob Wrenn in concert Oct. 30, with guest artist, City College student Mason Tremaine.

The concert will focus on a presentation of music arrangements of traditional world music melodies on octave mandolin and violin.

The show will be hosted in City College’s TV studio in the LRC, Room 128. The show will also be streamed live on the Internet. The

Panthers volleyball team falls to Mudcats

City College’s volleyball team was defeated by the Santa Rosa Junior College Mudcats for the regional qualifying championship in a battle, which took place Oct. 25.

Santa Rosa took the lead after winning two sets in a row, with scores of 25-11 and 25-12. The Mudcats followed by winning the third set, 25-20, bringing the game to an end with a final score of 3-0.

“Sac City played hard and Santa Rosa was a tough team,” said Panther fan and City College social science major Ben Brooks. “I think they

Art of Rejection

Displayed on the stark white walls are 33 letters sent to art galleries, jobs and art programs. 33 letters of hope asking for an opportunity,…

Stephen Hallett and Sherri Goldberg in the Cultural Awareness Center at LGBT event.

LGBT friendly campus event

Facilitator Sherri Goldberg of the Student Services Assessment Center and speaker Stephen Hallett, 25, a law student at University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law, spoke Oct. 22 in the Cultural Awareness Center to a small crowd about LGBT sexual orientation issues. Kelvin Sanders|

Forum reaches out to students with disabilities

People with disabilities are paving their own roads in the workplace.

At a forum held Oct. 18, a panel of former City College students who are all living with disabilities shared their experiences as working professionals.

The event was held to coincide with National Employment of People with Disabilities Month, which runs through October.