Fauci Documentary Remembers AIDS

Early in the film a split screen shows the 80-year-old doctor and his 45-year-old self treading the same pathway to work, opening the same door, waiting in the same elevator, walking down the same hall, and entering the same office to type on different computer keyboards. Fauci had become media-worthy for his involvement with AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome). Reading the first reports of PCP and Kaposi’s Sarcoma in young gay men, Fauci sensed it was a new disease. “I got goosebumps.”

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Vaccine Requirements Keep Students Safe

Over 400 colleges and universities across the U.S. are requiring students to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 in order to return to in-person learning, with a whole lot of pushback from many different students for a variety of reasons.

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Vaccine Eligibility and How Able-Bodied People are Cheating it

Gov. Gavin Newsom has made the claim that everyone in California will be vaccinated by the end of April, but some residents are cheating the lines and already receiving their doses before they are eligible.

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How The Student Health Center Has Addressed COVID-19

Hannah Asuncion hasunci1@mail.ccsf.edu The battle to thwart COVID-19 is now at the doorsteps of City College. On May 18, the

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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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Diego Rivera Mural Moving to SFMOMA

The “Pan American Unity” mural by Diego Rivera will be moved to SFMOMA for their new exhibition dedication to Rivera called “Diego Rivera’s America”. Rivera’s mural is remembered as a very historical piece of City College history.

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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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COVID-19 Outbreak Forces Academic Institutions to Move Classes Online Across the Bay Area

City College was forced to close its doors to students due to San Francisco Mayor London Breed’s call of a state of emergency regarding the COVID-19/Coronavirus outbreak which is infecting nations on a global scale. The college suspended face-to-face classes, on-campus resources, events, and will transition certain classes to being available online. However, students and faculty have raised concerns over this new plan of action.

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