Vaccination Sites Close Due to Lack of Supply

The City announced on Feb. 14 that they would be shutting down two out of three vaccination sites, and the third at SF Market in the Bayview would be upholding their existing appointments, but at reduced capacity.

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California’s Boiling Point: The Cost of Covid-19

Don’t let the numbers fool you — Although promising, California’s latest state budget proposal of $227 billion underwent major cuts which could impact the future of the state’s fragile climate and environmental issues.

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A Many-Faceted Financial Fiasco

The pandemic has exacerbated the College’s financial woes, with decreased tax revenues and delayed funding from the state, but it is not the genesis of the problem.

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Faculty Union Criticizes Moves Towards Layoffs

Interim-Chancellor Vurdien announced January 21st that City College intends to issue pink slips to a yet undisclosed number of employees. 

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500 Vaccinated at City College, San Francisco’s First Mass Vaccination Site

On opening day, the mood was ebullient. “We’ve had a couple people cry out of joy,” said a city rep checking people in. “It’s a great way to spend a Friday, even in the rain.” 

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What Does the Muni’s Future Look Like on Frida Kahlo?

Frida Kahlo Way continues to be a major Muni transit hub for City College students, with the 49-Van Ness/Mission being the main bus that stops there. With campus looking more and more likely to be closed through the Spring 2021 semester, what does the future hold for Muni riders and City College students?

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It’s All About Business in COVID-19, but Who Is Really Being Left Out?

Fears and anxiety is gripping the nation. Follow Andy Damian-Correa and how he is coping with COVID-19, the elections, and racial injustice regarding LatinX workers. 

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