“She tipped her head, and the world twisted on its axis.” (Zach Hauptman)

Four Trees for a Name by Zach Hauptman Firsts are powerful. They’re seeds devouring the last of their nutrients to grow towards sunlight. They follow patterns laid out by the lines of the universe--a riot of roots that grow into flowers, the first thorn on a blackberry bush precisely placed, even when the thorn pierces …

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“I may be as average as they come in so many respects, … but I’m not a dummy.” (Dana Wagner)

Chiao En Huang studies Graphic Design in CCSF. Currently, Chiao works at speciality coffee shop SPRO. "Obviously, [to] create is one of my biggest hobbies. I also do a lot of painting and drawing. Line (geometric) and color are two really big inspiration for me." More work can be viewed at Chiao En Huang's website: …

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Photography: The Quarterback by Ted Herzberg

Ted Herzberg is the photographer of The Quarterback and St. Slim. He has had a long history with City College. In the late ’70’s Ted took life drawing classes at Fort Mason and in the mid-90’s an acrylic painting class there. He has taken ti chi classes at the main college and on 18th St. at various times. …

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Photography: St Slim by Ted Herzberg

Ted Herzberg is the photographer of The Quarterback and St. Slim. He has had a long history with City College. In the late ’70’s Ted took life drawing classes at Fort Mason and in the mid-90’s an acrylic painting class there. He has taken ti chi classes at the main college and on 18th St. at various times. …

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