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April 7, 2008

Dear Editor: Dear San Diego City College Police Force: The beginning of the Spring 2008 semester was certainly hectic in terms of parking. The lot at C and 16th saw cars parked anywhere and everywhere, in marked and unmarked spots. Yet, I did not see one ticket on a car, and I'd like to thank you for being so compassionate to students during this time. When permits became...

Opposing viewpoints – weighing in on reality TV

Shannon Kuhfuss and Heidi Stenquist

April 7, 2008

Shannon Kuhfuss City Times This year's writers' strike has left television viewers with few options of what to watch in place of their old favorites. Network executives seem to think the answer to the lack of well-written television is reality TV. What kind of society are we living in where replacing award-winning shows such as "The Office" with shows with titles such as...

Experience yields results on ’42nd Street’ set for June Richards


April 7, 2008

HEATHER RICHARDS City Times Two of the actors are stopped, yet again, by June Richards' sharp voice. "No, no, no. I will scream from the audience. It's an ugly gesture - what I said nine thousand times." Fifteen other students gathered on the edges of the stage ham it up to one another as Richards holds court from a metal folding chair upstage. This is a rehearsal for "42nd...

COLUMN: Adventures of the Fru-Gal

Heidi Stenquist

April 7, 2008

Heidi Stenquist City Times A wardrobe is a must. We don't live in an episode of Survivor. Clothes that fit and represent our individual style are important. Many of you max yourselves out financially by buying the latest brands at retail prices, buying clothes can be both cheap and much fun at the same time. Millions of people buy things for themselves or others and for...

Radios and records: The life of “T” Herring

Sonjiala Hotchkiss

April 7, 2008

Sonjiala Hotchkiss City Times "The old joke is, I play records," Ted Herring answered with a laugh when asked whether he played an instrument. Herring is a jazz DJ at KSDS Jazz 88, the City College all-jazz radio station. Herring has been on the air at City since September 1978. Herring said he learned Jazz working at KSDS. Well before which, he always loved the radio. He...

SDSU baseball comes out strong against Utah


April 7, 2008

EDWARD LEWIS SDSU Daily Aztec SAN DIEGO (U-WIRE) - Garett Green believes his team has finally turned a corner. After the San Diego State baseball team beat Utah twice at Franklin Covey Field in Salt Lake City, the senior second baseman is confident that SDSU has arrived. "Our team is starting to click," Green said. "It's about that time where we're starting to figure things...

Campus Track Club seeks members

April 7, 2008

San Diego City College athletics is on an ongoing search for new members to join the Track Club, according to Fitness Center director Paul Greer. Anyone interested in joining can call Josh Wheeler at (619) 269-6211 or coach Peter Gregory at (619) 929-2617 for more information.

Captain shoots for bright future

Kristina Long

April 7, 2008

Kristina Long City Times Basketball has always been a passion of San Diego City College's junior point guard Jesse LeBeau. Enough so that in high school LeBeau would boat every morning at 6 a.m. from the island that he grew up on in King Salmon, Alaska to his high school to practice his game. In LeBeau's case, all of the hard work paid off. LeBeau, then a true freshman received...

Are you wearing the proper shoes?

David McAtee

April 7, 2008

David McAtee City Times As part of an ongoing lecture series, the Fitness Center will be hosting a lecture on April 7 regarding how to select the correct athletic shoe. Organized by Fitness Center Director Paul Greer, the lecture will be given at 5p.m. by Michael Rouse, Director of Footwear Product for Zoot Sports, in the Harry West Gym, room 206. The lecture, titled "Selecting...

Jazz, art and authors

April 7, 2008

Authors to read at Book Fair event The City College Book Fair continues with authors Susan Straight and Bill Luvaas, who will read from their books on April 15 from 12:45-2:10 in D-121. Straight is the director for the creative writing department at University of California, Riverside. A novelist and essayist whose work has been published in the New York Times, and Harper's...

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