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City College softball team tallies walk-off victory

Tyler Madden

April 26, 2011

The City College softball team capped off its season with a 7-6 comeback victory over Hancock College in its season finale at Pershing Park. Laura Cannon belted a three-run, walk-off home run to end the contest in the bottom o...

Men’s golf team finish 8th in 10 team tournament

Connor Trauger, Connor Trauger, and Connor Trauger

February 14, 2011

The finish wasn't kind to City College on Friday at par-72 California Country Club where the Vaqueros placed eighth out of 10 schools in the Rio Hondo Invitational at Whittier. Long Beach won the men's golf tourney with 369 strokes, beating College of the Desert by six and Gle...

Column: Arcade games in bars a way to find prince charming

Lauren Woods , Staff Writer

February 11, 2011

In America, we believe in hunting, loving and winning. So, it's not such a shock to see fascination with violence, sex and money dawn upon bar activities in more than the usual way. I'm talking Big Buck Hunter. The arcade vid...

Drinking game with Smirnoff Ices’ common among students

Hannah Scott, Channels Staff, Cecily Trowbridge, Features Editor

February 10, 2011

It was 6 a.m. and Brennan Grace was getting ready to pass out after a long night of partying. As he laid down with the girl in his bed, his friend barged through the door, grinning from ear to ear, Smirnoff Ice in hand. He had been officially "iced." Drunk and naked, Grace took a knee on the mat...

City College falls against Pasadena in the second round

Connor Trauger, Sports Editor

December 1, 2010

The City College women's volleyball team concluded a solid regular season with a strong showing in the Southern Cal Regional playoffs, but it wasn't enough to overcome Pasadena in the second round. The squad swept Canyons in the f...

Equalizing goal scored late to end final game of the men’s soccer team season in a draw.

Michael Mebratu

November 15, 2010

The City College men's soccer team tied Hancock College with a late goal in their final regular season game on Friday. The Vaqueros had an opportunity to clinch a third consecutive conference title. After falling behind 1-0 ear...

Jessica Domenichelli scores her third hat trick for City College

Michael Mebratu, Sports Editor, Michael Mebratu, Sports Editor, and Michael Mebratu, Sports Editor

November 10, 2010

Jessica Domenichelli has flourished this season, becoming a top striker as she recorded her third hat trick of the season against Oxnard on Friday. The freshman from El Dorado Hills, Domenichelli, has tallied 21 goals this s...

Three City College cross-country runners qualify for State Championship

Erik Berkley

November 10, 2010

Illnesses and injuries did not keep three Vaquero cross-country runners from qualifying for State Championship in Fresno on Nov. 20. Erika Schaeffer improved her time by 20 seconds from last year's event with a 19 minute and 51 se...

Tough loss ends City College football season

Michael Galsterer

November 9, 2010

The City College football team's season came to an end Saturday night at La Playa Stadium, but not before two dramatic penalties extended the game.  The Vaqueros eventually lost to West L.A. 27-21, though it initially appeared th...

Review: ‘Star Wars, The Force Unleashed 2’

Anders Sjoberg

October 31, 2010

"Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2", released Tuesday, Oct. 26, takes the plot from the first game to another level. A level filled with adrenaline. Both games are taking place between the third and the fourth movie. The fir...

Review: ‘Minecraft’

David Svensson

October 31, 2010

"Minecraft" is one of the latest PC games on the market, and with over 1.5 million registered players it's a definite success. It's been under development since 2009, and the alpha version (the version before beta) was recently ...

Review: ‘Halo, Reach’

Brendan Rice

October 31, 2010

This fall, gamers worldwide were introduced to the final chapter of one of the most successful game series of all time. "Halo: Reach", Bungie studios swan song serves as an homage to their creation. It was finally a chance for the deve...

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