Local Union Members Rally at City Hall Protesting Estimated 60% Faculty Cuts

About 200 City College faculty, union workers from SEIU Local 87, which represents custodians and janitors, and faculty from local colleges gathered in solidarity to oppose City College faculty cuts. 

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Art Instructor Questions Her Pink Slip 

“Is there someone here who doesn’t want a City College? That doesn’t want free education? Is the focus just churning out degrees? And certainly, getting degrees and certificates is part of our mission. Also part of our mission has been to provide education for lifelong learning.” 

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Faculty Dispute Vurdien’s Version of Layoffs’ Impact

Despite Interim Chancellor Rajen Vurdien’s and City College administrators’ repeated promises that faculty layoffs and course cuts will not result in any academic programs being discontinued, many faculty members claim they will.

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Author and Survivor Chanel Miller Speaks about the Importance of Community Support

Author Chanel Miller spoke to two different journalists and read from her memoir, Know My Name, through the San Francisco Public Library’s program, One City One Book.

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Survival Beyond The Pandemic: Women’s History Month 

This year’s Women’s History Month theme is “We Keep Each Other Safe.” The programming offers a series of 13 free remote events including multiple healthy relationship workshops with Project SURVIVE. The Women’s and Gender Studies department, Women’s Resource Center, Queer Resource Center, and Associated Students have also organized events.

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Latinos are Watching the President 

Now that President Biden has taken office, many Latinos feel more empowered and put their trust in the new president.

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A San Francisco Legend Lives On

North Beach has lost a major icon in Lawrence Ferlinghetti, the world-famous Beat poet who, along with names like Neal Cassidy, Jack Kerouac, and Herbert Huncke, forever changed poetry and art in this country in the 1950s and ‘60s. 

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Lady Rams Strategically Rebuild in Return to Campus

It’s been said that absence makes the heart grow fonder. The women’s basketball team couldn’t relate more. Their return to campus has been one year in the making.

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Committee Seeks New Design Team for The Diego Rivera Theater

Throughout the years, San Franciscans voted to fund a new Diego Rivera Theater through an $845 million state bond measure and the school received its complete funds in 2020. Many students, faculty, and staff have long awaited its completion.

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Board Approves 160 Full-time Faculty Layoff Notices as Part of Sweeping Cuts

The layoffs, if implemented, would represent a loss of nearly 30% of City College’s 541 full-time teaching staff and 74% of its administrators, part of the five-year budget plan passed by the board in November.

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