By Charles Innis The Guardsman Since 1994, City College’s Project SURVIVE has given over 4,000 peer presentations tackling the oft-avoidedRead more
By Charles Innis The Guardsman After directing her swan song “Clybourne Park” for six productions throughout November, Theater Arts DepartmentRead more
Q & A by Charles Innis Photos by Ekevara Kitpowsong The Guardsman Anya Javakush, 19, Undecided What was the lastRead more
Over 300 men and women, including students from City College’s Project Survive, proudly marched through San Francisco’s busy streets on April 26 for the 9th annual Walk Against Rape.Read more
The Guardsman asks students’ opinion on the March 13 hostile protestRead more
A crowd of 60 activists gathered for a rally to restore the Board of Trustees and remove Special Trustee Robert Agrella from power.Read more
Chancellor Arthur Tyler announced on Feb. 21 that no March 15 notices, also known as a “pink slip” among faculty and staff, will be sent out this year, providing strong evidence that City College will remain open next semester.Read more
“What do you think about the administration getting a possible raise while faculty wages have been continuously cut?”Read more
The Guardsman asks students about the new payment policy.Read more
The body found in the San Leandro Bay Nov. 15 was identified as 20-year-old City College student Derrick Shao by the Alameda Coroner’s Bureau.
Shao went missing Nov. 7 at around 10:30 a.m. while he was on his way to school, according to flyers distributed around campus by his family.