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Grovery strike proceeds

By Geoff Nielsen

December 3, 2003

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For more than eight weeks the Southern California grocery clerks have been locked out from their jobs and still with no end in sight it looks as if the stores are willing to take on the losses accumulated by the lockout. "I'm...

On the road again

By Eva Allen

December 3, 2003

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As talks continue between the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and the Amalgamated Transit Union, many bus riders fret at the possibility of another strike in 2004. The 90-day arbitration process, to begin the day...

Police Beat

By Natalie Obando

December 3, 2003

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Dazed and confused Police are asking help from the campus community with an ongoing investigation that started two weeks ago. Faculty members notified the police station that a student had come to them with a bloody nose, a blac...

Nursing provides life support

By John Sakata

December 3, 2003

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Susan Blackman expected to get the Torrance Memorial Hospital scholarship, but despite that, when she heard the news she cried. "I cried for a long time. Going to school since 2001 and living off of savings it came in very,...

L.A. Public Library showcases historical documents on tour

By Cristian Vasquez

December 3, 2003

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Benedict Arnold, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln all rest inside the walls of the L.A. Public Library. Well, not exactly. Historic American documents will be on display at the Los Angeles Public Library until Jan....

Students consider plans for future

By Martha Ramirez

December 3, 2003

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With the holidays nearing everyone is getting ready to go on vacations, shop for gifts and prepare for the festivities to come. But as holiday music blares forth from radio speakers, students try their best to remain focused...

Briefs

By John Sakata

December 3, 2003

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Iraqi ambush U.S. troops U.S. soldiers defended themselves against a coordinated attack in Samarra Sunday, wounding five Americans and killing 46 Iraqi fighters, reported the Daily Breeze. Japanese diplomats, seven ...

Nursing students medicate the sick

By Fumie Iida and Fumie Iida

November 19, 2003

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It's Friday morning and Teresa Guillen, 23, nursing major, piled her books high on a round table at Starbucks and was preparing for a study group for her pediatrics class. "It's really important to have a study group," Guillen...

Police Beat

By Natalie Obando and Natalie Obando

November 19, 2003

Filed under News

Holiday arrest Over Veterans Day Holiday, an officer observed a man exiting the Art and Behavioral Science Building. The subject had a $500 warrant for his arrest issued out of the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department. He was...

Fees to be paid before spring semester begins

By Lana McCarthy

November 19, 2003

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Months after registration, students who had already paid the $11 tuition fee are now being billed for the $7 increase per unit. The increase in fees due to budget cuts proposed by former Gov. Gray Davis were decided by the state...

Last day to drop with a ‘W’ approaching

By Eva Allen

November 19, 2003

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By now, students and faculty have probably noticed the line inside the Admissions Office and that's because the last day for students to withdraw from any class is Monday. Bill Mulrooney, director of admissions, said that this...

Governor no longer elect

By Martha Ramirez

November 19, 2003

Filed under News

Arnold Schwarzenegger took the oath of office from California Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald George on the west steps of the state Capitol Monday. In a celebrity-filled event, where Vanessa Williams sang the National Anthem,Gov....

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