Students in City College’s journalism department won 18 awards in the 44th Annual San Francisco Press Club’s Greater Bay Area Awards. The prizes include eight first place awards.
The National Society of Leadership and Success has been questioned of how legitimate their organization actually is, there has been lots of different kinds of accusations of what they have to offer and if it’ll actually be beneficial towards students.
While City College works to bring back hundreds of cut classes, it is awarded the largest grant of five, $32,000, by the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) to develop a Skilled Trades Program.
For the 2020 election, there are many candidates and propositions to vote for or against. How should people research these topics, and why should it matter?
The United States has a unique system to elect the president. It consists of an electoral college that cast their votes for the candidate who gets the
The 2019-2020 and tentative 2020-2021 budgets will include money from a backup retirement fund. It will not affect current or future retiree benefit payments. Extraordinary financial circumstances have been declared as the reason for using the otherwise untouchable fund. The money must be returned over time.
There is plenty of cause for stress among City College students, many of whom are likely sharing the increased anxiety, depression, and substance abuse that 40% of American adults are reporting, according to a CDC survey conducted over the summer.
The Child Development & Family Studies department and the Family Resource Center work to provide resources to student parents during COVID-19
Students and faculty are anything but happy with the new Banner 9 maintenance of the Ellucian system for registration and are demanding that all glitches straightened out so that classes can go forward online.
Since the closure of the Fort Mason Campus, there has been a lot of talk about the disposal of various art supplies that were provided for the students and faculty at the Fort Mason Campus. It’s still a bit unclear of what the Board of Trustees have decided to do, since there has been lots of speculation with the details of their decision.
City College students and faculty of non-credit classes are moving online along with the rest of the school. Some adjustments have been difficult, but others will bring a welcome change.
City College faces an 18 percent decline in enrollment compared to last year. The same situation can be seen in many higher institutions in the United States due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic hardships that have followed.