Astronomy Dept. Chair Lancelot Kao takes home second place in the Reno Senior National Championships 73 kg weight class
Over 300 men and women, including students from City College’s Project Survive, proudly marched through San Francisco’s busy streets on April 26 for the 9th annual Walk Against Rape.
Cases of federal financial aid fraud occur all over the United States, but recently there has been a case involving City College and two other Bay Area schools.
In the spectrum of activities that strengthen a person and build the fabric of society, there are few that do so as well as baseball in the history of…
As City College moves toward a smoke-free environment, unclear policy regarding acceptable use of electronic cigarettes…
City College celebrated International Women’s Day with its ninth annual Intersecting Identities Conference on March 11, featuring speeches, poetry, movies and dances.
Chancellor Arthur Tyler announced on Feb. 21 that no March 15 notices, also known as a “pink slip” among faculty and staff, will be sent out this year, providing strong evidence that City College will remain open next semester.
Three separate theft-related incidents were reported on Feb. 12. Two of the incidents were thefts at the Wellness Center and at the Visual Arts building. The third was an armed robbery inside Science Hall.
City College’s Student Labor Action Project rallied March 6 with other community organizations at City Hall to call on Wells Fargo CEO and…
A proposed 19.3 percent salary raise for top administrators sparked an impromptu protest Jan. 24 in front of Conlan Hall where 40 students, faculty and members of the American Federation of Teachers Local 2121 union gathered to express their dissent.