Limited access continues for student resources that cannot be provided in a virtual capacity. The food pantry is one such resource that cannot be replaced virtually.Read more
London Breed announced a police-led initiative to decrease retail crime rates in late September, partnered with retailers and regional law enforcement. The initiative has three main aspects; expanding and reallocating police budgeting and resources, restructuring of private and public deployments, and public-private funding to help report and solve cases.Read more
City College’s move to online classes at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic suddenly flung many students into a whole new style of learning. How deeply has this online adjustment contributed to student’s stress?Read more
We’ve become so accustomed to the routines of modern life. Accustomed to the long hours and the rush hours and the deadlines that invade further into our consciousness each day. Shouldn’t there be more to life?! We have become so accustomed to the trajectory of the world, that we rarely take a moment to consider that the trajectory could ever change.
And yet now it has.
Over 400 colleges and universities across the U.S. are requiring students to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 in order to return to in-person learning, with a whole lot of pushback from many different students for a variety of reasons.Read more
By Skylar Wildfeuer email@example.com Seventeen months into the ubiquitously traumatic pandemic experience, determined instructors and engaged students find consolationRead more
State auditors in early April warned the California Community College Chancellor’s office to act quickly in order to remain independent, deeming the college “not currently stable,” citing its ineffective attempts at reducing its costs necessary to supplement the 35% enrollment decline over the past eight years, which resulted in the college tapping into its reserves.Read more
The growing popularity of video games during the COVID-19 pandemic could give more opportunities to students to hone their skills in and out of the classroom.Read more
COVID-19 and the ensuing unemployment crisis has demonstrated a need to improve the United State’s social safety net.Read more
In the past year, some San Francisco residents have conjured up the idea that crime rates have increased in the pandemic, and Chesa Boudin is receiving a lot of the blame.Read more
Gov. Gavin Newsom has made the claim that everyone in California will be vaccinated by the end of April, but some residents are cheating the lines and already receiving their doses before they are eligible.Read more
Now that President Biden has taken office, many Latinos feel more empowered and put their trust in the new president.Read more
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.Read more