Unanswered Questions Revolve Around the Return of Diego Rivera’s Masterpiece Mural to City College in 2024

Lots of unanswered questions exist around both the date of return of the mural back to City College and storage logistics while waiting for the much anticipated Diego Rivera Theater to be built.

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17 Awards Won by City College Publications for Worthy Student Work

Last year City College’s journalism department pulled in over 80 awards between the Spring and Fall semesters. Given the track record, therefore, these 17 decorations are likely only the first of many to be awarded to City College journalists in 2022.

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City College Community Remembers Student and Alameda Sheriff’s Recruit David Nguyen

Deadly freeway shooting of City College student and County Sheriff’s Office recruit, David Nguyen, leaves community bereft, as police continue to investigate his death.

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Trustees Seek Security for SF Cantonese Speakers at Risk of Further Alienation, and the Program’s Last Lecturer

Yu says she was told by Chair Garcia-Denson that there is not room enough in the budget for more than three classes per year, a state of affairs which could prove to be a meaningful roadblock to meeting state certificate standards, or requirements for certificates for transfer to state universities.

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Free City College is a Model for the Nation

San Francisco’s ‘Free City’ program is the first of its kind to offer free community college to all residents, with additional funds available for those who qualify. The program was designed to make higher education more accessible to a broader range of the community while boosting CCSF’s enrollment, which has steadily declined in recent years.  

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Huge Housing Development Cuts Student Parking in Half

Developer AvalonBay/Bridge has successfully jumped through all the hoops, and after gathering community input at its Oct. 16 open house, is revving up the bulldozers to transform the Balboa Reservoir parking lot adjacent to City College into an enormous housing development.

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A College in Recovery Seeks Commitments from its Chancellor

As the college has seen ten years of chancellors dropping out or losing good standing, it will be a dramatic change of pace to transfer to a four-year Chancellor.

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Chancellor Martin Changes Prohibitive Protocol

For several reasons, not the least being the far-reaching effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been difficult, and in several cases impossible, for reporters at The Guardsman to gain access to City College administrators for interviews.

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