4 Bay Area Artists on Staying Creative in a Pandemic

An exclusive interview with four Bay Area artists who attended City College. We discuss adapting their creative practices in a pandemic, collaborating with other Bay Area artists, and City College’s impact on their artistry via email.

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Documenting City College’s Fight for Free City

A book review of “Free City! The Fight for San Francisco’s City College and Education for All” and an interview with the authors. 

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Benjamin Bac Sierra on the Reality of Fiction

Benjamin Bac Sierra gives insight into the people, ideas, and experiences behind his book Pura Neta and how the work of fiction is in some ways more honest than reality. He speaks about his relationship with the characters and how they mirror him in some aspects, and what really inspires him to write. 

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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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Six Weeks into the Semester, (Some) Students Finally Get Critical Software Access

Students are finally gaining remote access to on-campus computer labs, which will allow them to access expensive software they’ve been desperately needing for class. Other inequities, however, remain unsolved.  

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Professor Light Captures Darkness at the Border

Mothers handcuffed to their children, a full-grown man stuffed into a drainpipe, a family of three crammed together in the boot of a car. Under the cover of night they were found and detained by border patrol officers, their moments of fear and loss caught in the glow of Ken Light’s Hasselblad camera.

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