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City College Journalism Cleans Up at 2020 Bay Area Journalism Awards

Several current students and alumni from the City College Journalism program were honored at the San Francisco Press Clubs 2020 award ceremony on Thursday, Sep. 17, and Department Chair Juan Gonzales took home the Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Police Brutality, Civil Unrest Sparks Change in Administration of Justice Department

Through years of experience in law enforcement and willingness to listen to their students, faculty members of the Administration of Justice have fostered a positive and dynamic environment despite the relentless scrutiny the media and public apply to their field.

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Lockdown Breakdown

There is plenty of cause for stress among City College students, many of whom are likely sharing the increased anxiety, depression, and substance abuse that 40% of American adults are reporting, according to a CDC survey conducted over the summer. 

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The Childcare Crisis Impacts City College Community

The Child Development & Family Studies department and the Family Resource Center work to provide resources to student parents during COVID-19 

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Fashion Community Week’s 1st Ever Virtual Fashion Show

Due to this ongoing pandemic, Fashion Community Week is hosting their first ever Virtual Fashion Show throughout the weekend of Sept. 24-27. This includes the International Couture Fashion Show, which features hand made gowns. Anshula Dixit, a current City College fashion student is part of the core staff for Fashion Community Week.

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Neon Girls: Professor Worley’s First Union

City College English Professor Jennifer Worley’s recently published memoir shares a history of ground up organizing for change. “Neon Girls: A Stripper’s Education in Protest and Power” describes how Worley and her colleagues united to push for workers’ rights, forming a powerful and effective stripper’s union.

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How One Woman Blew the Whistle on ICE’s Alleged Unethical Medical Practices Towards Detained Immigrants. 

Dawn Wooten is a proclaimed hero in many eyes. The former nurse blew the whistle on ICE’s Irwin County Detention Center for performing unlawful and nonconsensual hysterectomies on detained immigrants held at the facility. However, there seems to be push back from the small town in GA. 

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Six Weeks into the Semester, (Some) Students Finally Get Critical Software Access

Students are finally gaining remote access to on-campus computer labs, which will allow them to access expensive software they’ve been desperately needing for class. Other inequities, however, remain unsolved.  

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Online registration and Canvas access fraught with problems

Students and faculty are anything but happy with the new Banner 9 maintenance of the Ellucian system for registration and are demanding that all glitches straightened out so that classes can go forward online.

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