California’s Boiling Point: The Cost of Covid-19

Don’t let the numbers fool you — Although promising, California’s latest state budget proposal of $227 billion underwent major cuts which could impact the future of the state’s fragile climate and environmental issues.

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Instructors Work Overtime in Online Transition, but students all over the world find new educational opportunities 

While professors and full-time students suffer from a lack of personal contact of the remote instruction, City College has more opportunities for attracting working people, young parents, students living far who benefit from such advantages as fewer expenses, no commute, and a flexible schedule while getting professional real-time instruction.

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City College Journalism Wins!

The Journalism Association of Community College conference for Fall 2020 took place online and City College students who attended the event brought “home” multiple awards. 

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Now we’re cooking! More Cannabis Course Offerings this Spring

Netflix and James Beard-celebrated expert chefs design cannabis culinary courses, and students can start earning specialized badges in cannabis. 

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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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City College Postpones Aeronautics Move to Evans

By Tobin Jones tobinjones@protonmail.com  Facing opposition from faculty and suspicion from community members, City College announced on Thursday, Nov. 12,

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month at City College

The Women’s Resource Center, Project Survive and Poetry for the People bring awareness to the serious issue of domestic violence.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Remembered at City College 

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is remembered as a woman that opened many doors for equality for both men and women during her political and legal career.  She believed in the rights of workers and the separation of church and state.

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The Trump Administration Crusades Against the Foreign Students Once Again 

ICE is now proposing a new rule that will put a limit on the time duration that foreign students can stay in this country. Foreign nationals from selected countries will be granted an even shorter visa duration than the other ones. 

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