We have all been brought up with the notion that we should treat everyone equally regardless of the race or ethnicity of the person.Read more
Cases of federal financial aid fraud occur all over the United States, but recently there has been a case involving City College and two other Bay Area schools.Read more
Faculty members and supporters gathered at Conlan Hall on Ocean campus Jan. 29 with hopes to discuss issues regarding the recent cancellation of classes with school Chancellor Arthur Tyler.Read more
President Barack Obama gave the annual State of the Union address Jan. 28 and if you tuned in, you were sure to see that not only was the president speaking to Congress, but he was reaching out to the American people.
Opportunity for the middle class was a key topic Obama made clear in the address. An increase in minimum wage is something that I myself would benefit from along with every other college student who is juggling work and going to school.Read more
The photography department is celebrating 75 years of quality education this semester with various venues around the city showcasing works of current and former students, as well as works of faculty.Read more
You would think that being crammed in a bus or BART train with so many people would cause a conversation to arise but that doesn’t seem to be the case.Read more
City College’s very own KCSF 90.9 FM radio station is giving commercial radio stations a well trained group of future broadcasters from which to choose.Read more
Converting City College into a smoke-free campus has been a discussion topic for many years, but soon it may become a reality.
Campus police have received calls from students and faculty complaining about smoking on campus near doorways, which can lead to cigarette smoke billowing through the hallways and into classrooms.Read more
A closure report required by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges was submitted Oct. 14 describing how City College would carry out the commission’s course of action if the college were to close.Read more
Carlson says he is inspired by the courage and strength that his students demonstrate in spite of the many hardships college students endure.
“I have become a more focused and [an] efficient thinker and speaker thanks to my students,” Carlson said.Read more
By Samantha Dennis: All San Franciscans know of hidden gems in the city, but many aren’t aware that there isRead more
[slideshow_deploy id=’14369′] By Samantha Dennis: The anti-war fervor that swept the nation following President Barack Obama’s proposal to bomb SyriaRead more
[slideshow_deploy id=’14351′] By Samantha Dennis: With fashion week stretching across the globe from Paris and Milan to Miami and NewRead more