Wendy Aguilar


Cuddle up with some eggnog

Jason Van Sandt-Editor in Chief Jasonv1977@gmail.com The year was 1988, I was 11 years old and my uncle Jimmy was over for Thanksgiving dinner. My…

Halloween's Most Wanted is Hall of Fame's newest event happening on Oct. 27, 2012.  Flyer provided by Hall of Fame.

Halloween’s Most Wanted

Hall of Fame threw one of the biggest Halloween parties last year and this year are amplifying a larger venue with ample line of performers, according to www.hofisbetter.com

The event will host more than 13 disc jockeys including Jurts, Houdini, Daims, Rumpshakrs and many more.

The event will have three stages where partygoers of all types can choose

Gov. Jerry Brown held up his "Yes on 30" banner and excited City College students and supporters followed.  Kate Paloy | katepaloy.express@gmail.com

Fate of community colleges

Additional reporting by Wendy Aguilar and Daniel Wilson “You’re in a school. You’re here to learn not just facts, but you’re learning here how to…

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.

Movie Night Poster Fall 2012.

Movie Night

Want to watch a movie for free? Check out Movie Night at the library every Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the LRC room 105. Everyone is welcomed.

Dates and showing films are as following:

Sept. 20 “Tangled”

Sept. 27 “The Fighter”

Oct. 4 “Hugo”

A glass display case showing various student paintings.

Welcome to Arts and Entertainment

Welcome! Readers are coming across this new and unfamiliar section on SacCityExpress.com and what you will soon see on the Sacramento City College Express print edition. My name is Wendy Aguilar and I am the arts and entertainment editor for the fall of 2012 semester.

The Sac City Express wanted to make some changes this fall that would appeal to our readers by providing a new section with

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Getting to Carnegie Hall

Most choir students have heard the same legendary story, and City College choir singer Stephanie Blackwell isn’t any different. The saying goes that one day,…

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Optimistic state of mind

The City College swim team began its practices at the beginning of the spring semester, and now team members say they are eager to begin…

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No meat—what do you eat?

Walking through the cafeteria, students look for food and snacks to give them energy for the day. Many order burgers, tacos or sandwiches, but then…