In the Weeds: City College Struggles With Maintaining Landscaping

December 1, 2023 The Guardsman 1

As part of the accreditation process, City College commissioned an environmental review that would form a part of its vision for the college in years to come. The review envisions “a park-like atmosphere at the campus with plazas offering views within the campus and vistas showing the surrounding cityscape. The plazas would provide spaces for student gatherings and collaboration.”

City College of San Francisco Celebrates Maya Culture – Past and Present

October 5, 2023 The Guardsman 1

The Maya Culture was on full display both on the Mission and Ocean Campus in September. At the Ocean campus a lively reception was held for the Helen Moran collection of Maya Women Life, Art, Hope. A contemporary art exhibit celebrating Maya artists. The Maya Cultural Festival took place at the Mission campus celebrating the culture of the Maya population in the Bay Area with traditional clothing, food, art therapy classes, lectures on public benefits, housing, jobs, interpreters, health, courts and Maya identity.

Pan American Unity– Your Chance to Experience Diego Rivera’s Massive Masterpiece City College’s legacy, and comradery, as partnership builds with the SFMOMA

October 2, 2023 The Guardsman 0

On Sunday September 10, the SFMOMA invited families and the community at large to welcome Latin@ heritage month and enjoy the museum free of charge. The day started with the blessing of Diego Rivera’s Pan American unity mural– Aztec dancers from Danza Azteca Xitlalli offered dances, as the indigenous dancers looked down on them from the left corner of Rivera’s mural.