Elimination of Merit Admissions at Lowell Advances Debate on Equity

Lowell High School is often called San Francisco’s most elite high school. The school’s tradition of excellence is redefined in 2021, where lottery admissions have the potential to extend opportunity to all. Right?

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Calbright College Sparks Criticism on Online Learning

Calbright College, an online-only community college created by former Governor Brown, has many demands for the elimination of the college due to the current budget crisis. With online learning becoming more prevalent to students, Calbright College has sparked a debate for future learning.

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Student Workers Left in the Lurch as Fall Semester Starts

During the beginning of the school year, many potential employers at City College are searching for prospective students to help much needed resources for the campus community. However, with the pandemic occurring, many are wondering if City College will still offer student employment.

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Students Disheartened Over Reduction of ASL Classes

City College’s ASL program is facing a reduction in classes next fall with many wondering why, and leaving the Deaf community astonished. Rumors of the ASL program being eliminated have also left many people searching for answers.

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Campus Resources Persist Through Shelter in Place Order

Despite City College closing down along with other schools in San Francisco, campus resources persist in making their presence known. City College’s Library, Queer Resource Center, Disabled Students Programs & Services, and the Career Development Counseling have provided students resources and contact, so that their educational goals could be met during the shelter in place order.

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Girl Power Ignites in the Women’s Resource Center

The Women’s Resource Center on Ocean Campus had events planned to celebrate Women’s History Month. However, due to the coronavirus, these events are postponed. Through the Women’s Resource Center, many women are able to share their thoughts, views, and values from their own experiences. Moreover, women’s resource center creates a valuable environment for City College because it’s the capability to unite and guide women.

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Students Keep Pressure on City and College to Keep Older Adults Courses

In November 2019, City College’s Older Adult Department faced huge class cuts which left many students and professors wondering what would happen next for the community. Many students are advocating that City College should be for the whole community and not for a select group of the community.

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