Latinos are Watching the President 

Now that President Biden has taken office, many Latinos feel more empowered and put their trust in the new president.

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Lady Rams Strategically Rebuild in Return to Campus

It’s been said that absence makes the heart grow fonder. The women’s basketball team couldn’t relate more. Their return to campus has been one year in the making.

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Allocation of Federal Pandemic Relief Funds Remains Unclear

City College must expend all federal relief by May. As federal restrictions define what is allowed, campus constituents consider what is possible.

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Vaccination Sites Close Due to Lack of Supply

The City announced on Feb. 14 that they would be shutting down two out of three vaccination sites, and the third at SF Market in the Bayview would be upholding their existing appointments, but at reduced capacity.

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California’s Boiling Point: The Cost of Covid-19

Don’t let the numbers fool you — Although promising, California’s latest state budget proposal of $227 billion underwent major cuts which could impact the future of the state’s fragile climate and environmental issues.

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500 Vaccinated at City College, San Francisco’s First Mass Vaccination Site

On opening day, the mood was ebullient. “We’ve had a couple people cry out of joy,” said a city rep checking people in. “It’s a great way to spend a Friday, even in the rain.” 

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Pandemic Adds Ripples to Turbulent Transfer Tides

Some of the reasons cited for this were lack of money and knowledge of available financial aid, balancing family with school schedules, meeting requirements and following procedure, the complicated transfer process itself, and a lack of support from a caring adult or support network. 

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Amid Budget Austerity, City College Hires New Director of Media

In her new position, Rosie Zepeda is expected to create, manage, and implement strategies to strengthen relations with the community, local businesses, media, and government stakeholders. She will represent City College as the main liaison with city, state, and federal offices, and will report back with new policies and changes, including those related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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