Recently, San Francisco has set up a new plan to battle the ongoing war on drugs. How effective this plan will be is up to the first responders.
Rising global temperatures have been at the forefront of the public consciousness for decades, and massive, uncontrollable wildfires are just one of the symptoms.
The month of May is Mental Health Awareness Month and Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. The Filipino Student Association at City College organized a panel discussion on May 5 at the Student Health Center to commemorate this. City College is a community college serving a diverse student population, should be responsible for providing spaces like this and resources and support for students from all backgrounds. This includes mental health resources that are culturally sensitive and appropriate for the needs of Filipino/a/x and BIPOC students.
The housing crisis debate escalates with a high rise proposition that truly personifies the clash between the NIMBYs and YIMBYs. Will the proposal push the opposers of new construction to settle or will the plan create more tension between groups?
The Guardsman asked five City College students about their objectives at City College and how they fit into their overall life or career goals.
Within hours, every tech titan on the planet blamed the homeless population, city government, and the entirety of San Francisco voters for the death of one of their own; Cash App founder and MobileCoin Chief Product Officer Bob Lee.
The Guardsman asked five City College community members how they feel about in-person classes returning. They were asked a follow up question about their feelings about Zoom classes being terminated.
City College has had a vibrant yet tumultuous history. Enrollment has ebbed and flowed, but only in the last decade, has the college had to face some of its toughest challenges. Time and time again, the dedicated employees and community members have stood up for their college.
Can we be ensured a warm winter next year?
We asked City College Students: How has the extreme weather (rain storms, high winds, tree’s falling, power outages, flooding, mudslides, potholes, challenging commutes, property damage, etc.) impacted your life in any way over the last couple months?
In a school that’s full of tensions from faculty salary concessions during a surplus year, to no heat in classrooms, a journalist doesn’t have to go far to find news-worthy stories. Additionally, City College provides a great training ground to think creatively about how to access public information, because it is surprisingly hard to get ahold of it.