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.
A heartbreaking defeat to the CSM Bulldogs ended the Rams football team’s perfect season, losing 44-17 in a one-sided affair.
Rams women’s soccer put on a show in their home bout against the Chabot Gladiators, dominating the scoreline 7-1 on Friday, October 20.
If you are going to wear a mask: do it correctly.
Students from high schools in San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley and Pacifica left their classrooms to stand against the unprecedented bombardment of Gaza. City College of San Francisco was the only college to walk out. City College Officer Palacios said the protest was “peaceful and in the assigned area of Ram Plaza.”
Retired and current art professors, Anna Asebedo and Nancy Mizuno Elliott, respectively, are displaying their works in a new art exhibition, “Abscission,” running from August 28 to September 28, 2023, in the City College Art Gallery. The show includes their contrasting work, as well as collaborative pieces made by the two over the summer. The show’s opening reception is Wednesday September 6, 2023 from 5:30-7:30pm in the Visual Arts Building, Room v119.
For the past ten years, City College has named ten chancellors as its own. Will the newly appointed chancellor, David Martin, direct the helm of City College for just a few years, like many of his predecessors, or will he stay the course and truly tackle the long-term financial problems and educational needs of the college?
City College’s move to online classes at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic suddenly flung many students into a whole new style of learning. How deeply has this online adjustment contributed to student’s stress?
The Rams began their 2021 campaign with a few lessons learned but plenty of positives to take away from their first two games of the year.
Women’s Water Polo has just enough student-athletes to play this season, but the lack of a full bench will place a larger physical and mental burden on the starters.
For college football families and football enthusiasts alike, there is a great reason to be optimistic, and Kahaulelio and the Rams are a premier example of this.
Inoculation with unregulated gene therapy that induces cells to produce toxic spike protein can be lethal, and should not be imposed on any student body as a prerequisite for access to public education.
It’s full steam ahead for the athletics department as City College’s coaching staff and student-athletes prepare for an official fall sports season.