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.”
Former City College student and professional photographer Dave Glass has a new exhibit at the Tenderloin Museum. His photos showcase everyday life in the Tenderloin for the past 50 years.
San Francisco is a coffee city that is ever experimenting in different tastes and trends. While certain drinks come in and out of fashion, these are the best latte drinks to get at the moment.
Collins pays tribute to Rush’s achievement in the stadium that bears his name. “Coach changed the lives of thousands of kids and changed the entire landscape of junior college football. Maintaining this program is an honor of a lifetime.”
Being a Mission local, you may think you know Louie Gutierrez – panadero, law school dropout, DJ, radio show host, professional banter-er, filmmaker, anthropologist, City College alum, and much, much more.
Nov. 16 at 6 p.m. join City College in welcoming notable alumna, activist, academic, and published author Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz as they celebrate the 10th anniversary of the publishing of her book, An Indigenous People’s History of the United States.
Part one of a three part series documenting the many treasures of City College of San Francisco.
Get out and smell the roses! The Bay area has many serene rose gardens to wander and enjoy. It is always nice to be out in nature enjoying the fragrant delight of manicured roses.
City College is expanding its One College, One Book program for the 2023-2024 school year, to One College, Two Books. The program is a collaboration between a City College Academic Senate committee and the library.
On Sep. 22 four City College fashion students presented unique, eye-catching designs, one of which will become Rocky the Ram’s new uniform.
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.
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.
Painting students at the time, Barbara Bolls-Guillory, Itzli Ceja and Xiaoyu Luo painted the Frida Kahlo panel together. The three benefitted from the workshop in a multitude of ways, from the community aspect to the technical skills learned.