Vice-chancellor retires after three decades of service to City College students
Sep12

Vice-chancellor retires after three decades of service to City College students

By Jandean Deocampo. After 30 years of fighting for student welfare and support, Leslie Smith, City College’s associate vice-chancellor of governmental relations, has retired on Aug. 10 to pursue her art.

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Student conference to defend education

The Guardsman Laura Elder In the wake of the March in March demonstrations in San Francisco and Sacramento, a handful of activists braved the stormy weather on March 27 to meet at San Francisco’s Main Library to plan a statewide community college conference. The conference will be held on May 12 at the City College Mission campus and is intended to be a “networking opportunity to stop the privatization of public education,” said...

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Occupy takes the Capitol: thousands storm Sacramento to save education
Mar07

Occupy takes the Capitol: thousands storm Sacramento to save education

Folks from all walks of life stormed the state’s Capitol building on March 5 in what has become known as the “March in March.”

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PHOTO GALLERY: Occupiers storm the Capitol

  [slickr-flickr tag="Slickr Flickr"]  [slickr-flickr tag="Slickr"]    Thousands of student and Occupy Education protesters stormed the grounds in front of the Capitol building to protest education cuts. Over $150 million has been cutfrom community colleges in the past year causing some schools to cut classes even after they have started.   The following photos encompass the march to the Capitol in Sacramento...

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California Community Colleges Fight Back

Students and faculty from Community Colleges from all over California storm the state capitol building in protest of proposed cuts to education, and in support of allowing the California electorate to vote on a proposed tax increase. The Guardsman Online’s Kay Recede reports....

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