Students in dark about accreditation
Feb09

Students in dark about accreditation

By Jen Verzosa and Jackson Ly The Guardsman As the deadline for City College’s Show Cause and Closure Report looms, Student Trustee William Walker organized two town hall-style forums Jan. 24 at Ocean Campus’s Ram Plaza to educate a student populace largely in the dark about the facts surrounding the school’s precarious accreditation status. Around 30 students gathered for the first forum at noon, with the second one drawing a much...

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Bus hub on Ocean to get a new look
Feb09

Bus hub on Ocean to get a new look

  By Madeline Collins The Guardsman Construction will begin this month on the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Phelan Loop project which will replace the existing Muni bus loop on Phelan Avenue near City College. The new loop will utilize part of the existing loop as well as expand to public land north of Fire Station 15, making a clockwise bus loop allowing the buses to exit southbound on Phelan Avenue. The MTA...

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Laney narrowly defeats City College in double header season openers
Feb09

Laney narrowly defeats City College in double header season openers

By Dan Harrington The Guardsman It was San Francisco versus Oakland this past Friday and Saturday, the first baseball games of the season for the City College Rams and the Laney College Eagles. Laney won both games, 6-0 and 9-2. Freshman John Patrick Dunne started the home opener for City in the first meeting. Dunne went four-plus innings in his Ram debut at Fairmont Field in Pacifica. After two scoreless innings, the visiting Eagles...

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Faculty spotlight: Greg Landau
Feb09

Faculty spotlight: Greg Landau

Both a teacher and a music producer, his latest album is nominated for a Grammy By Jen Verzosa The Guardsman By 9 p.m. on Mission campus, the cavernous classrooms are vacant with the exception of room 162, where Music 25: Music of Latin America and the Caribbean is taught. Course instructor Gregory Landau—currently nominated for his sixth Grammy—erases his lecture notes from the white dry-erase board as straggling students slowly exit...

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