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Deferred City College student, also referred to as "dreamer ", walks in front of the City College sign located on the southwest corner of Freeport and Sutterville.
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Deferred Action

 It is nearing the three-month mark since U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services began accepting applications under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) on Aug. 15….


California Governor, Jerry Brown.

Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown pumps up City College students

California Gov. Jerry Brown visited City College Oct. 18 to address Proposition 30 and rally students to vote in the Nov. 6 election.

Brown spoke on the importance of stopping statewide budget cuts on education. Darrell Steinberg, California Senate president Pro Tem; Taylor Valmores, City College Student Senate president; Brice Harris, incoming chancellor of California Community Colleges and former chancellor of the Los Rios Community Colleges District; and Jeff Freitas, secretary-treasurer of the California Federation of Teachers, joined the press conference in urging City College students to vote for Proposition 30.


A pen and a flag lie across a printed copy of the U.S. Constitution.

Constitution Day to be held Sept. 17

City College Student Leadership and Development will hold a Constitution Day event on Sept. 17, in the quad from noon to 1:30 p.m. to celebrate the importance of the U.S. Constitution.

At the event, the president of the Student Associated Council, Taylor Valmores, will speak on why we celebrate Constitution Day nationwide and how it came to be. Valmores will also stress the importance of the


A male student sitting at a desk.

SAC looking to fill positions

City College’s Student Associated Council recently outlined its goals for the semester, including recruitment for open positions, lobbying to get students to register to vote, and passing resolutions on issues for the coming election.

Student Senate President Taylor Valmores said he’s hoping to do more


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Passionate gaming

City College’s Level Up Game Club is the equivalent to a freshly formed classic role-playing game cast: its numbers are few, its legacy nonexistent and…


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Artistic leading

A water filter, one large piece of fabric, a dictionary of edible plants and a small collection of pictures as a reminder of who you…


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Jack of all trades

They say the third time is the charm, which is exactly the case with Leedel Williams. Last April. Williams was elected into his third Associated…


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City College elections

Former Associated Student Government Senator and Chief Justice Leedel Williams was voted in as president over business major Braxton Lethco after students cast their votes…