Ocean Campus Science Hall Stands the Test of Time

The Ocean Campus and the land it occupies have an interesting past. Securing the science hall on campus was an important milestone in the history of City College.

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Americans Should Finish Unpacking Their Conflicting Views on Search and Seizure

My beloved local librarians have a lot of patience, but I can hardly imagine their response were I to be found to have taken boxes of materials I interacted with as a volunteer, and when called out proceeded to complain loudly and largely refuse to comply with their return.

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Maintaining Our Faculties: Performing Engagement

The college’s detractors, some of whom appear to be on its payroll, may view this enormous learning curve as a nearly insurmountable peak, that their role is merely to establish a base camp for the next attempt, seemingly oblivious to the avalanche of problems that arise when approaching an audacious task with incrementalism and self-protective caution.

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Rams Men’s Basketball Team Wins State Championship; Nets 12 Postseason Awards

The Rams completed their near-perfect season with a decisive 25-point lead, defeating the only team to beat them this season with a final score of 91-66.

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17 Awards Won by City College Publications for Worthy Student Work

Last year City College’s journalism department pulled in over 80 awards between the Spring and Fall semesters. Given the track record, therefore, these 17 decorations are likely only the first of many to be awarded to City College journalists in 2022.

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Lab Schools Restart In-Person Programs

City College faced even more challenges than most daycares and preschools. Even when other preschools or daycares were given the green light to re-open, CDEV Lab Schools faced many hurdles to re-opening due to being state funded and located on a college campus which had not yet re-opened. The doors are now open and the staff is eager to welcome students and their kids back to in person CDEV lab schools.

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A College in Recovery Seeks Commitments from its Chancellor

As the college has seen ten years of chancellors dropping out or losing good standing, it will be a dramatic change of pace to transfer to a four-year Chancellor.

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Enrollment Growth Strategy: Student Affairs to Pursue Advertising Blitz Regarding Campus Return

Battling a ten-year enrollment decline and a lengthy pandemic now in its fourth semester, City College plans to use state funds to reel students back with the promise of in-person instruction.

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City College’s Former CFO Tiptoes into Chancellorship

The incoming chancellor’s contract was approved by the Board of Trustees on Sept. 23rd, and in the three weeks since he has not given an interview or issued a statement regarding his hiring, or his plans for the chancellorship.

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College Board of Trustees Returns To Tackle Continued Pressing Issues

In their final meeting of the 2020-21 school year on June 24, the Board of Trustees attempted to tackle several of the pressing issues facing the college.

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Down To 3: College Hopes To Seat a New Chancellor by Oct. 1

Since 2011, City College has had more than half a dozen leaders. Analysis by the Guardsman found that chancellorship of the college has changed hands nine times in the last decade.

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Interim Chancellor’s 12-Month Contract Comes to a Close

The Interim Chancellor, who came out of retirement to take on the position, has referred to addressing City College’s financial crisis as “righting the ship”. As he prepares to leave the helm, students and faculty continue to work to reconcile salaries and employment with his administration’s Multi-Year Budget Plan.

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