Latinos are Watching the President 

Now that President Biden has taken office, many Latinos feel more empowered and put their trust in the new president.

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Lady Rams Strategically Rebuild in Return to Campus

It’s been said that absence makes the heart grow fonder. The women’s basketball team couldn’t relate more. Their return to campus has been one year in the making.

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Allocation of Federal Pandemic Relief Funds Remains Unclear

City College must expend all federal relief by May. As federal restrictions define what is allowed, campus constituents consider what is possible.

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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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500 Vaccinated at City College, San Francisco’s First Mass Vaccination Site

On opening day, the mood was ebullient. “We’ve had a couple people cry out of joy,” said a city rep checking people in. “It’s a great way to spend a Friday, even in the rain.” 

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It’s All About Business in COVID-19, but Who Is Really Being Left Out?

Fears and anxiety is gripping the nation. Follow Andy Damian-Correa and how he is coping with COVID-19, the elections, and racial injustice regarding LatinX workers. 

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The Childcare Crisis Impacts City College Community

The Child Development & Family Studies department and the Family Resource Center work to provide resources to student parents during COVID-19 

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How The Student Health Center Has Addressed COVID-19

Hannah Asuncion hasunci1@mail.ccsf.edu The battle to thwart COVID-19 is now at the doorsteps of City College. On May 18, the

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