ACCJC trapped in its own web

With lawsuits filed against the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges from the California Federation of Teachers and San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera, it is now the commission’s turn to be put under the microscope.

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Bikers need to be more conscious of traffic laws

As is the case with vehicle drivers, many bikers seem to believe they are exempt from basic traffic laws.

Quite frequently, I see bikes fly through stop signs and red lights, turn without a hand signal or ride at night without proper lighting.

I am a vehicle driver actually concerned about the safety of bike riders in the city and around campus. Sometimes I feel as though I am more concerned for their safety than they are.

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Slurs may become accepted but they are still harmful
Sep20

Slurs may become accepted but they are still harmful

By Maddie Collins: It seems impossible to turn on your television or listen to the radio without hearing some sort of racist, sexist or derogatory word used toward certain groups of people. When thinking about these deep-rooted issues some questions come to mind. If referring to a black male or female as the N-word is considered offensive and unacceptable, why is the word used so frequently in popular rap songs by so many artists? If...

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My common sense is not the same as yours

By Joshua Elmore: My common sense is not the same as yours. Yet from birth humans have a general idea about right and wrong. Children as young as six months have been observed to make moral judgments, but much of what they come to consider moral is shaped by their culture. So here we are, living together with formal rules governed by law, along with education, which informs citizens of the ways they are expected to act. However, this...

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