What Do Students Think of National Society of Leadership and Success?

The National Society of Leadership and Success has been questioned of how legitimate their organization actually is, there has been lots of different kinds of accusations of what they have to offer and if it’ll actually be beneficial towards students.

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CNIT Cybersecurity Team wins 1st Place at Western Regional CPTC

The Computer Networking and Information Technology (CNIT) Cybersecurity Team took home first place in the Western Regional Collegiate PenTesting Competition (CPTC).

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The Consistent Resistance

The Consistent Resistance is an art protest show which advocates for Black Liberation through intercultural solidarity. The show took place on Oct. 23, at Fillmore St. Cafe, where different speakers talked about various topics such as housing, healing, abolition, and even defending SFPD. 

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Fashion Community Week’s 1st Ever Virtual Fashion Show

Due to this ongoing pandemic, Fashion Community Week is hosting their first ever Virtual Fashion Show throughout the weekend of Sept. 24-27. This includes the International Couture Fashion Show, which features hand made gowns. Anshula Dixit, a current City College fashion student is part of the core staff for Fashion Community Week.

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The Surplus Property of Fort Mason

Since the closure of the Fort Mason Campus, there has been a lot of talk about the disposal of various art supplies that were provided for the students and faculty at the Fort Mason Campus. It’s still a bit unclear of what the Board of Trustees have decided to do, since there has been lots of speculation with the details of their decision. 

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A Look at The Candidates as The Board of Trustees Election Approaches

The upcoming Board of Trustees election this November has a variety of first-timers as candidates and also current board members. Which candidate’s plans do you agree or disagree with?

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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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