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Colleges get more than predicted

Kenny Lindberg, Kenny Lindberg, and Kenny Lindberg

March 10, 2009

In an attempt to combat an unprecedented $41.6 billion state deficit, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger passed a new budget Friday, which should help alleviate City College of its budgetary difficulties. "Overall, this...

Column – Public school cutbacks create environmental awareness

Zac Estrada, Zac Estrada, and Zac Estrada

February 27, 2009

You've got to love public schools sometimes. In some of the direst situations, some rather smart solutions are created. It's been the same sad story throughout my public education in Santa Barbara. My second-grade class met...

Scheinfeld Program plans for change

Zac Estrada, Zac Estrada, and Zac Estrada

February 25, 2009

Melissa Crawford has been burdened with the daunting task of getting the Scheinfeld program into the minds of budding entrepreneurs, and expanding the program's interdisciplinary reach beyond business and marketing majors. In...

Deadlines for certificates, degrees nearing

Kyle Rokes

February 18, 2009

Students prepared to graduate or transfer at the end of this semester but wishing to avoid a delay in receiving a degree or certificate must file with priority status as of Tuesday, Feb. 17. The window for priority status will...

Gray’s dinosaur class brings prehistoric era to life

Torgny Lilja

February 18, 2009

Images of "tree-stars," "earth shakes," and "the Great Valley," from "The Land Before Time" tend re-awaken an intrinsic, child-like fascination with dinosaurs. To nourish our inner Spike, City College is again offering "Dinos...

Building houses the green way

Amanda Jacobs

February 18, 2009

At 6 p.m. Tuesday anxious students trickled into the Wake Continuing Education Center - Room 23 on East Campus. Twice a week, professor Patrick Foster teaches the class "Building Green" where students study "green" building p...

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