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Interim Chancellor’s 12-Month Contract Comes to a Close

The Interim Chancellor, who came out of retirement to take on the position, has referred to addressing City College’s financial crisis as “righting the ship”. As he prepares to leave the helm, students and faculty continue to work to reconcile salaries and employment with his administration’s Multi-Year Budget Plan.

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What a Second State Takeover of City College Could Look Like

A letter from the state’s Fiscal Crisis Management Assistance Team says that high expenditures on salaries and benefits threaten the college’s ability to stay financially solvent.

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City College Secures Firefighter Academy Accreditation While Aeronautics Program Remains Displaced

This month City College received its California State Fire Marshal and the State Board of Fire Services accreditation making it a regional training program for five years. Its neighboring program, Aeronautics and Aircraft Maintenance Technology Program is at risk of being permanently cut.

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Administration’s Plans to Reopen Campus Receives Backlash

Administration recently proposed a plan to reopen campuses to in person learning, but there have been discussions about delaying it due to frustration with the lack of consideration and planning.

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Mission District Mural Celebrates Santana Family

The sudden loss of musician Jorge Santana hits hard amongst a group working to paint a mural honoring Jorge and his famous family.

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Where are The Whales Now?

The Whales fountain sculpture by Robert Boardman Howard sat under tarps in a fenced lot for almost a decade and half at City College’s Ocean Campus. In 2019, it was moved off-campus where it remains in storage.

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Art in Action

The Diego Rivera Pan American Unity Mural is officially en route to its new home for the next few years: The SFMOMA.

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Educators: Don’t shame gamers, leverage their skills

The growing popularity of video games during the COVID-19 pandemic could give more opportunities to students to hone their skills in and out of the classroom.

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Local Custodians Looking to Clean House of Unethical Labor Practices

Salesforce’s reimagined ivory tower has equally affluent neighbors in the SoMa district; Google, Facebook, and Twitter occupy nearby offices. What do these tech giants have in common, aside from their profit margins? 

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