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?
As the opioid epidemic in San Francisco has prompted City Officials to declare a state of emergency and introduce new initiatives, City College continues to offer limited solutions through certificate programs and student services amid budget uncertainty.
After a two year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic, thousands of festival goers descended upon San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park for the return of Outside Lands music festival.
We’ve become so accustomed to the routines of modern life. Accustomed to the long hours and the rush hours and the deadlines that invade further into our consciousness each day. Shouldn’t there be more to life?! We have become so accustomed to the trajectory of the world, that we rarely take a moment to consider that the trajectory could ever change.
And yet now it has.
On August 25 San Francisco’s newest park will open to the public, offering access to land that has been fenced off for over 50 years.
The Spring 2021 Employee Survey, unveiled during the report, found that as of June 7 86% of City College Staff were vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus. However, 49% of employees reported being “somewhat uncomfortable” or “very uncomfortable” with returning to in-person instruction.
COVID-19 and the ensuing unemployment crisis has demonstrated a need to improve the United State’s social safety net.
The program cuts are a direct result of City College’s budget crisis, and have devastated many student-athletes.
Despite optimistic data on COVID-19, tentative plans show a majority of City College students will continue remote learning this fall.
A new budget report shows that City College faces a deficit of over 31 million dollars next fiscal year, calling into question the potential for layoffs and reductions.
Recent surveys indicate an increased rate of retirement of teaching faculty across the nation due to conditions brought upon by the pandemic.
While the Board of Trustees’ closed meetings may appear to lack transparency, a member of the board notes they are a necessary function of decision making.
A spike in violence against the Asian American community has mobilized government, organizations and community members in a search for solutions.