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Wily City Knights softball team outplays 5th ranked Rio Hondo

Donovan Terblanche

February 23, 2009

Filed under SPORTS

City Knights played 5th ranked Rio Hondo at home the afternoon of Feb. 18. and won. Starting pitcher Erika Beasley, who although stricken with the flu pitched superbly, kept her team in contention the entire game. The knights took an early jump in scoring and maintained their lead throughout the game. The powerhouse for the lady knights, and winner of the biggest smile, Caitlin...

Deo Brown smashes his way to victory

February 23, 2009

Filed under SPORTS

Knights defeat Mesa, claim conference

Donovan Terblanche

February 23, 2009

Filed under SPORTS

City's men's basketball team took possession of the Pacific Coast Conference title Wednesday evening 18 February, with a resounding victory over Mesa College. The Knights played a superior game in front of large audience at the Harry West Gym to finish their regular season, beating the Mesa College Olympians 90-60. The Knights would end their regular season 25-4, and 14-1...

Susheel Bibbs Brings Mary Pleasant to Life

Sonjiala Hotchkiss

February 23, 2009

Filed under Entertainment

"It was about freedom." So, actress Susheel Bibbs began her chautauqua on the life of Mary Ellen Pleasant, the woman commonly known as the Mother of the California Civil Rights Movement. The performance took place at the Saville Theatre Feb. 18. A chatauqua is a three-part interactive performance in which the actress begins with a biographical storytelling in character,...

SIFE speaker John Warren shares business wisdom

Aurora McKeehan

February 23, 2009

Filed under NEWS

It was a full room on Wednesday morning as SIFE prepared for the long anticipated arrival of the highly proclaimed speaker John Warren, publisher of San Diego Voice & Viewpoint. SIFE, Student in Free Enterprise, is a City College organization dedicated to helping students succeed by providing countless resources, which included the opportunity for students to attend a business...

Can’t find the wireless? Broadband offers alternatives

Tom Andrew

February 23, 2009

Filed under NEWS

City Times reported last semester that while City College had wireless capabilities it was not campus wide and that it would not be happening anytime soon. This doesn't leave students many options. The Bee Hive Café offers free wireless access with purchase, and on campus there is the cafeteria (and possibly Gorton Quad) and the LRC (Learning Resource Center) with a...

Fixie culture takes over City College

Donovan Terblanche

February 23, 2009

Filed under FEATURES

There are many types of transportation available for the faculty and students who attend City College these days. From cars to buses and even skateboards, the possibilities are endless. However, there is a growing number of people using an old and trusted form of transportation with a new twist. A growing number of people are riding a new form of bike that is part of an...

Cleaning the messes of shaken bottles

Luis Bahena

February 23, 2009

Filed under OPINION

If you've ever shaken a bottle or can full of soda or any kind of fizzy like substance, you know that the outcome of when you finally decide to open that shaken bottle or can isn't going to be a good one. A shaken bottle of fizzy substance or can will result in an explosion of fizzy-ness all over the place, and that's not the end of it. Once the entire fizzy sticky residue...

A morbid view of the recession and life

Donna P. Crilly

February 23, 2009

Filed under OPINION

What happens when eighteen to twenty-something year-old students mix the economy, politics, school, bills, "boozin'" and sex? In some cases, you get sexual entrepreneurs who capitalize on nice smiles and tight bodies, leaving the mass rank and filers to compete for the scarce amount of "outliers," that is to say, the "hard-to-gets" or the "rolly" back-pack types, or those...

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