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The Citizen

Peralta Community College District's only student-run publication.

The Citizen

Peralta Community College District's only student-run publication.

The Citizen

Breaking: PCCD appoints former San Leandro police chief to Interim Executive Director of Public Safety
Breaking: PCCD appoints former San Leandro police chief to Interim Executive Director of Public Safety
Abdul Pridgen will lead the district’s community-based safety program
Li Khan, Editor in Chief • June 21, 2024
Carpentry instructor spruces up department
Carpentry instructor spruces up department
Rym-Maya Kherbache, Staff Writer • April 24, 2024
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A cap at the Laney College commencement ceremony on May 24 reads in Spanish, This is for my mom who gave me everything. (Photo: Marcus Creel/PCCD)
Graduations, resignations and more: PCCD Trustees wrap up school year at 5/28 meeting
Romi Bales, Staff Writer • June 17, 2024
Student Trustee Natasha Masand believes her voice has the power to impact the PCCD community.
Student Trustee Natasha Masand finds her voice
Isabelly Sabô Barbosa, Social Media Editor • March 19, 2024
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    Bay Area celebrates ‘Year of the Dog’

    A student of the Tat Wong Kung Fu Academy performs at the Chinese New Year Parade in San Francisco on February 24, 2018. The performers donned dog makeup to celebrate 2018, a year of the earth dog. If one is born in an earth dog year (1958 or 2018) their characteristics are communicative, serious, and responsible in work. (Photo by Rhonesha Victor)

    Ladies of the West Portal Elementary’s Chinese Performing Arts Program show their moves at the Chinese New Year Parade in San Francisco on February 24, 2018.
     (Photo by Rhonesha Victor)

    A toddler enjoys a sparkler with her mom at the Chinese New Year Parade in San Francisco on February 24, 2018. More traditionally, fireworks are used to drive away evil in the new year in China. It is believed the first person to launch a firework in the new year will have good luck. (Photo by Rhonesha Victor)

    A dragon held up by many sticks is displayed on the stage at the Oakland Museum of California on Feb. 25. 
    (Photo by Meg Duff)

    The Toi Shan Family Association performs at Laney College on February 15, 2018. The lion dance they performed is meant to mimic the movements of the lion to bring good luck and fortune in the new year. It is also used for other special events. (Photo by Toni Cervantes)

    The Toi Shan Family Association performs the lion dance at Laney College on February 15, 2018 for Lunar New Year. Two performers don the colorful lion costume, not to be confused with the dragon costume, which requires many people to hold sticks. (Photo by Toni Cervantes)

    Pink and yellow confetti flutters down over the crowd gathered at the 10th St. entrance to the Oakland Museum of California as the Developing Virtue Secondary School performs 24-Festival Drums on Feb. 25. (Photo by Meg Duff)
    About the Contributor
    In the fall of 2019, The Laney Tower rebranded as The Citizen and launched a new website. These stories were ported over from the old Laney Tower website, but byline metadata was lost in the port. However, many of these stories credit the authors in the text of the story. Some articles may also suffer from formatting issues. Future archival efforts may fix these issues.  
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