San Francisco Superior Court Judge ruled on Jan. 2 that City College could not be closed until a trial determines whether the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges acted lawfully in its decision to revoke the school’s accreditation.Read more
With lawsuits filed against the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges from the California Federation of Teachers and San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera, it is now the commission’s turn to be put under the microscope.Read more
As is the case with vehicle drivers, many bikers seem to believe they are exempt from basic traffic laws.
Quite frequently, I see bikes fly through stop signs and red lights, turn without a hand signal or ride at night without proper lighting.
I am a vehicle driver actually concerned about the safety of bike riders in the city and around campus. Sometimes I feel as though I am more concerned for their safety than they are.Read more
Staff Editorial The Guardsman Fall semester is in full swing, but a dark shadow has been cast over the schoolRead more
By Madeline Collins The Guardsman Egypt There have been 890 deaths in Egypt since Aug. 14, not including the threeRead more