City College’s Queer Resource Center hosts Pride Lunch on the last Tuesday of every month from noon to 2 p.m., featuring games, activities, and free food.
The Mission Campus, in particular, has been suffering the worst from understaffing. With the campus measuring 89,000 square feet and containing two four-story buildings, it had been surprisingly managed by only one custodian at a time for the last few years.
Starting February 6, 2023, the indoor mask mandate at all CCSF locations transitioned from mandatory to strongly recommended. This change offers flexibility for individuals, with accommodations available for those unable to work without masking due to health conditions.
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A student was assaulted on Wednesday, Jan. 17. at approximately 6:10 p.m., during the first week of instruction at Mission campus. The suspect, Gavin Vincent Yuille, is still at large.
The agreement contains gradual pay raises for faculty over the next year amounting to a 12.65% increase, but is contingent on the state’s budget for the CSU system.
City College of San Francisco hosted the first Rocky’s Runway Contest Show ever, held at the Chinatown Campus on December 8, 2023.
City College has a plan to retain students through spring 2024 and future semesters using various marketing and outreach tactics, but concerns have been raised that there aren’t enough classes to meet student needs.
A heating update given by Alberto Vasquez, associate vice chancellor of construction and planning, at the Board of Trustees meeting repeated much of the information offered in the Nov. 1 heating issues update, but several dates were mentioned for the completion of projects and the submission of designs to the California Division of the State Architecture (DSA).
At 928 feet, Mount Davidson is the highest peak in San Francisco, even more than nearby better-known Twin Peaks. The park contains 40 acres of open space and is a lush wonderland of trees and wilderness right in the middle of urban San Francisco.
“I wanted to share my loved ones,” he added. Finao began his call and response by honoring a trans-man from his life whom he lovingly referred to as his brother.
Between May and Oct. 2023, the Facilities Department at City College have made considerable progress with both completing repairs and moving through the multi-step process of repairing and maintaining the college’s buildings.