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The U.S Government is Doing More Harm than Good

December 18, 2023 The Guardsman 0

We are paying taxes for the U.S government to waste it on killing civilians and torture human being while it should have been using for developing schools, the medical field, the infrastructure of the country and taking care of the homeless people on the streets.

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Homeless People Aren’t The Problem – The City Is

December 18, 2023 The Guardsman 0

Irony is strong in San Francisco’s policies towards drug users and the unhoused – “street cleanups,” in which San Francisco Public Works employees harass people into moving, routinely take place in the very same neighborhoods where drug use is openly enabled. Large groups of unhoused people are moved from one block to another in the name of “cleaning up the streets,” and, as expected, they typically return to the areas shortly after – where else are they supposed to go?

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Drowning in Potential 

December 1, 2023 The Guardsman 0

I’ve woken up every day for a while now, smelling smoke in my mind. I know something is burning and just keep my fingers crossed that the scent of swirling char can be traced back to a creative and fulfilling ignition of self burning off into the air … but deep down I know it is simply the smell of me burning down and out.

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Why Can’t Everyday be Unity Day?

November 28, 2023 The Guardsman 0

“Unity Day is a campus-wide event for students to come have fun, learn about clubs and resource programs, and get to know one another!” says the Inter Club Council Web page.  More than 100 students attended — a tawdry figure considering the student population for the academic year 2022-2023 is 16,134.  But the event has potential to truly unite the campus community.

Justifying the Existence of Unions

October 29, 2023 The Guardsman 0

With unions on the decline for the last few decades, few American workers are still represented by a union. Should American workers consider being represented by an entity separate from management?

Dreamforce Affects San Francisco’s Unhoused

October 10, 2023 The Guardsman 0

At the time of the 2022 Point-in-Time-Homeless counts, 7,754 people were experiencing homelessness in San Francisco, which is 887 people for every 100,000 residents. In 2023 homelessness in San Francisco continues to be a hot button issue.

Have Your Say: What Can CCSF Do for You?

September 12, 2023 The Guardsman 0

City college has helped me in many ways, and a couple things they have done for me, athletically for example, they have gotten me a lot of exposure to a couple Universities where I am talking to coaches to transfer.