Why or why aren’t you playing Pokemon Go? Brisset Chahuayo, 20, Business I play Pokemon Go because I’m aRead more
The U.S.’s latest culinary sweetheart is none other than the slick avocado, but the fruit comes with far more baggage than many food lovers realize.
Demand has increased the total number of Hass avocados ever bagged in the U.S. from almost nine million in January 2016 to over 11 million in July, according to the Hass Avocado Board’s statistical analysis.Read more
Members of the National Basketball Association (NBA) have been extremely reluctant to speak up on social issues pertaining to the black community. We’ve been left in the dark whenever they were asked to shed light on their perspectives regarding political scandals or national outcry.
Athletes with the most recognizable faces in our country did not want to use their platform to express their views, which is cowardly at face value. How can athletes that benefit from local support not speak up when locals are in despair?Read more
I am a proud Canadian and I love watching the Olympics—not just to cheer on my countrymen and women, but to see the grit, determination and talent of athletes all over the world. Their accomplishments, their joy, their disappointment and their pain moves me.
Recently the Chicago Tribune tweeted “Wife of a Bears’ lineman wins a bronze medal today in Rio Olympics” with a linked news story. I found this to be incredibly offensive and demeaning.Read more
By Patrick Fitzgerald This is issue eight of The Guardsman, our last issue of the semester. It also happens toRead more
By Shannon Cole When I was a petulant child, my dad often replied in song when I complained to him.Read more
I want to thank the City College Community for your support following my arrest at the Alameda Renters Coalition demonstrationRead more
CLOSING THE DOOR ON DISCRIMINATION By Patrick Tamayo The world is crumbling all around us. Bombs blow up around theRead more
STAFF EDITORIAL By Patrick Fitzgerald We, at The Guardsman, protest the administration’s consistent habit of referring inquiries to the marketingRead more
By David Horowitz City College is a golden apple of knowledge and juicy experiences waiting for you to take yourRead more
By Dakari Thomas Cultural appropriation has permeated society for decades but was more recently brought to light with the emergenceRead more
By John Morrison Over the past five years, the second tech boom has remade the face of San Francisco atRead more
By Patrick Fitzgerald What’s good for the goose is good for the gander—or at least that’s what I’ve been told.Read more