Sandy Hook victims remembered at Justin Herman Plaza
Dec24

Sandy Hook victims remembered at Justin Herman Plaza

      By Alex Reyes The Guardsman 20 pairs of small rain boots and shoes lined the stage at Justin Herman Plaza on Dec. 22 in tribute to the children who were murdered eight days earlier at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. The shoes were placed there by four Bay Area chapters of the California Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, which also coordinated a silent “Lie-in” protest for stricter gun laws in...

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Enroll Now!
Dec21

Enroll Now!

Are you a political junky? A savvy shutter bug? Or witty writer? Sign up now for journalism at City College! Some spring semester highlights: A new course in Public Relations: Journalism 26 Intro to Photojournalism: Journalism 37 Contemporary News Media: Journalism 19 The full schedule is online...

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Radical women discuss problems at City College
Dec20

Radical women discuss problems at City College

By Cassandra Hendry Contributor A group of nearly 20  people got together recently at New Valencia Hall in the Tenderloin District in San Francisco to discuss issues currently affecting City College. The Radical Women’s Group, a self described socialist feminist organization which is “immersed in the daily fight against racism, sexism, homophobia, and labor exploitation,” according to its website, met on Nov. 29 to brainstorm about...

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Thank you, San Francisco, for supporting CCSF!
Dec07

Thank you, San Francisco, for supporting CCSF!

We faculty at City College of San Francisco want to say Thank You San Francisco! Thank you for your show of support for City College by approving Measure “A” by a resounding 72%! Your vote of confidence shows us that City College is valued, vital, and essential to our City. Thank you also for approving Prop 30! On behalf of the college’s department chairs and the faculty that we represent, we take your message to heart. We...

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Undergraduates struggle with stress
Dec06

Undergraduates struggle with stress

By Dannie Hawkins The Guardsman  Class, homework, studying, getting to and from class, working to afford all of it and then trying to carve out a moment of peace is the new normal for City College students striving to succeed in a fast paced, unrelenting semester. According to a 2008 survey conducted by the Associated Press, one in five undergraduate students are constantly stressed, so much so that they are even too stressed to do...

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