City College Journalism Wins!

The Journalism Association of Community College conference for Fall 2020 took place online and City College students who attended the event brought “home” multiple awards. 

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What Do Students Think of National Society of Leadership and Success?

The National Society of Leadership and Success has been questioned of how legitimate their organization actually is, there has been lots of different kinds of accusations of what they have to offer and if it’ll actually be beneficial towards students.

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Proposed Relocation of Aircraft Program Continues to Draw Criticism

Despite last month’s postponement, the proposed relocation of the Aircraft Maintenance Technology program to Evans Campus continues to draw criticism on the grounds of transparency, as well as fears of environmental issues.

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New Internal Auditor and Controller Hired to Oversee City College Finances

In response to the College’s dire financial crisis, Interim Chancellor Vurdien has hired a new auditor to oversee all facets of accounting and finance. But what can we expect?

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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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Now we’re cooking! More Cannabis Course Offerings this Spring

Netflix and James Beard-celebrated expert chefs design cannabis culinary courses, and students can start earning specialized badges in cannabis. 

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Programming Adapts for Students During Remote Status

Multicultural Retention Services Department, (MRSD) programming has continued to reach students during remote learning. Adapted and new services are available on a program-by-program basis. 

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