What Does the Muni’s Future Look Like on Frida Kahlo?

Frida Kahlo Way continues to be a major Muni transit hub for City College students, with the 49-Van Ness/Mission being the main bus that stops there. With campus looking more and more likely to be closed through the Spring 2021 semester, what does the future hold for Muni riders and City College students?

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Tending Florists and Horticulturists in Harsh Seasons

“We are not really able to do a good job of training people to work in our industries without an in person learning experience,” Brown laments, noting that even when these offerings are once again permitted they “likely cannot be a part of consideration for one’s grade” due to the current inaccessibility of City College greenhouses to students.

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It’s All About Business in COVID-19, but Who Is Really Being Left Out?

Fears and anxiety is gripping the nation. Follow Andy Damian-Correa and how he is coping with COVID-19, the elections, and racial injustice regarding LatinX workers. 

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The Childcare Crisis Impacts City College Community

The Child Development & Family Studies department and the Family Resource Center work to provide resources to student parents during COVID-19 

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