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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Early Statistics Show Sharp Drop in Student Enrollment

City College faces an 18 percent decline in enrollment compared to last year. The same situation can be seen in many higher institutions in the United States due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic hardships that have followed. 

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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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City College Alumni Hung Van Lam Gets His Big Break on Netflix’s “100 Humans”

By: Adina Pernell  apernell@theguardsman.com Contributer Where do you interview someone who is a child of the 80’s, a member of

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Changes to San Francisco Government Transparency Rules Raise Eyebrows

Emergency orders from Mayor London Breed, in response to the COVID-19 crisis, have suspended parts of the Sunshine Ordinance. Public Records may become harder to obtain and public meetings, now done online, are harder to access. Both are topics of concern for some journalists and First Amendment advocates.

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