Administration to Acknowledge Unceded Ramaytush Ohlone Land

The Ramaytush Ohlone are the original inhabitants of the San Francisco Peninsula. Long sought-after, generational change is in the making—at City College, it begins with the Land Acknowledgement Initiative.

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Faculty Union Criticizes Moves Towards Layoffs

Interim-Chancellor Vurdien announced January 21st that City College intends to issue pink slips to a yet undisclosed number of employees. 

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ESL Department Works to Increase Program Enrollment Amidst Steep Budget Cuts

City College stated during their November board meeting that cuts were the result of under-enrolled programs, but department Chair Keech said he never got an explanation. He thinks maybe other programs simply fit into the school’s funding formula better.

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New Internal Auditor and Controller Hired to Oversee City College Finances

In response to the College’s dire financial crisis, Interim Chancellor Vurdien has hired a new auditor to oversee all facets of accounting and finance. But what can we expect?

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Board of Trustees Prioritize Increasing Enrollment, Cutting Costs by 2025

Under the watchful eye of the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, the City College Board of Trustees contemplate their financial strategy for the next five years and beyond.

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Trustees Approve ‘20-21 Budget While Concerns, Cuts, and COVID Still Loom. 

In a seven-hour session the Board of Trustees approved the new budget for the next school year but discussion over numerous uncertainties came front and center; particularly the Student Success Center, funds redistribution, and again more class cuts. 

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Ailing Coffers a Root Symptom of City College’s At-Risk Accreditation

  JohnTaylor Wildfeuer jt.wildfeuer@gmail.com   The Accreditation Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) has placed City College on “Enhanced

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The Surplus Property of Fort Mason

Since the closure of the Fort Mason Campus, there has been a lot of talk about the disposal of various art supplies that were provided for the students and faculty at the Fort Mason Campus. It’s still a bit unclear of what the Board of Trustees have decided to do, since there has been lots of speculation with the details of their decision. 

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A Look at The Candidates as The Board of Trustees Election Approaches

The upcoming Board of Trustees election this November has a variety of first-timers as candidates and also current board members. Which candidate’s plans do you agree or disagree with?

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