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H.O.P.E. (Hmong Opportunity Program for Education) Club poses in their traditional dress during Club Day today. | A.J. Phillips | phillia7@imail.losrios.edu

Fitting in

Hundreds of students walk through the quad everyday thinking they have nothing in common with their fellow students, but on Feb. 28,Club Day was thrown to inform City College students there are like-minded people with similar goals and interests.

Clubs chartered by the Student Leadership and Development range from the American Medical Student Association for students interested in the medical field to Voices for Hope, an advocacy club for students with disabilities. Tables with information and demonstrations to show what each club was about were on display in the quad from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.


A box for canned food donations.

Help out the needy for the holidays

For students looking for a place to donate and help out those in need, City College’s Business Club is holding its second annual canned food drive.

There are approximately 12 donation boxes in various locations around campus. The boxes can be found in places


A barbecue grill is smoking and being attended to by a male student.

Hundreds turn out for Welcome Day

City College’s first-ever Week of Welcome took place across campus this past week, including Welcome Day, an event that created a place for clubs and programs to showcase opportunities available to students.

Welcome Day was held Sept. 13 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the quad and featured several events, such as the dance and cheer team performing a number in a pep rally, a barbecue with burgers and hot dogs, and club and academic program tables to provide information to students.


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