Tempers Run High While Maneuvering a Vaccine Mandate

With the FDA approval of the Pfizer vaccine, CCSF has begun to unveil the details of their vaccine mandate implementation plans or what is now being dubbed a “Safety Campaign.”

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City College Secures Firefighter Academy Accreditation While Aeronautics Program Remains Displaced

This month City College received its California State Fire Marshal and the State Board of Fire Services accreditation making it a regional training program for five years. Its neighboring program, Aeronautics and Aircraft Maintenance Technology Program is at risk of being permanently cut.

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Diego Rivera Mural Awaits its New Home

Diego Rivera’s “Pan American Unity” mural will finally be accessible to the public due to a National Endowment for the Humanities grant. The move to SFMOMA is currently still delayed, but the plan is for the mural to stay there until Fall of 2022, then return to City College’s PAEC building. 

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Amid Budget Austerity, City College Hires New Director of Media

In her new position, Rosie Zepeda is expected to create, manage, and implement strategies to strengthen relations with the community, local businesses, media, and government stakeholders. She will represent City College as the main liaison with city, state, and federal offices, and will report back with new policies and changes, including those related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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Proposed Relocation of Aircraft Program Continues to Draw Criticism

Despite last month’s postponement, the proposed relocation of the Aircraft Maintenance Technology program to Evans Campus continues to draw criticism on the grounds of transparency, as well as fears of environmental issues.

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