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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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Maintaining Our Faculties: Performing Engagement

The college’s detractors, some of whom appear to be on its payroll, may view this enormous learning curve as a nearly insurmountable peak, that their role is merely to establish a base camp for the next attempt, seemingly oblivious to the avalanche of problems that arise when approaching an audacious task with incrementalism and self-protective caution.

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Culinary Clash Resumes Food Fights at the Luce Restaurant

After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, City College’s Culinary Clash is returning March 14, 21 and 28 to the Luce Restaurant at the InterContinental Hotel, San Francisco, and the three nights of dinners are already sold out.

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Rams Men’s Basketball Team Wins State Championship; Nets 12 Postseason Awards

The Rams completed their near-perfect season with a decisive 25-point lead, defeating the only team to beat them this season with a final score of 91-66.

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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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“More Than a Wall” Exhibit Portrays Hardships of Excruciating Labor Conditions at the Mexican – U.S. Border

Juan Gonzales, Chair of the Journalism Department, was part of a team of panelists on opening day on Feb. 12. The exhibit runs from Feb. 12 to May 22 at the Main San Francisco Public Library, in the Jewett Gallery on the Lower Level.

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Call for Leonard Peltier’s Pardon; Nation Looks to Biden to Right a Wrong

Supporters of a Native American activist who has spent more than 40 years behind bars for a crime he says he didn’t commit have ramped up their push for clemency after he recently tested positive for COVID-19.

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“Song for Cesar” Remembers Legendary Labor Reform Leader

“Song For Cesar” is a documentary that revisits the farmworker movement that Cesar Chavez helped ignite. It examines how the attention and support of musicians and artists such as Maya Angelou, Joan Baez, Daniel Valdez and Carlos Santana helped to make this

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Rams Charge Into State Playoffs After Winning Coast-North Conference

City College had what appeared to be a run at the State Championship during their 2019-2020 season, but had their effort shut down due to COVID-19. Now the side looks to continue it with boundless confidence.

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