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This issue is filled with news of student and staff successes. The DMI Program has received their crystal trophy honoring the faculty for creating the Best DMI Program in the US. The RAMS have won the state football championship. Tom McNichol comments on that in Coaches Corner. Karen Saginor provides us with an update on the fast-moving events surrounding the Student Success Task Force. There are stories about Second Chance, the Nisei Art Exhibit in MUB 140, Vocational ESL news, Fort Mason Art Sale, activities at Evans, student photographer Berry Evans. Many more stories. Please see a special memorial for "Basket Kid" on page 22, and Thank You Everyone for your ongoing support for City Currents.
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