The Service Employees International Union 1021 has distributed a petition against the current Associate Vice Chancellor of the City College IT Department Ellen Rayz.
City College sent out 42 pink slips to classified staff Nov. 2, even as they recruit replacement workers, a breach of faith denounced by SEIU 1021.
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?
While the win-loss record isn’t as good as they had hoped, the women’s volleyball team is focused on something more than the box scores could ever tell.
Two-time All-American quarterback for the Rams Nick Rolovich was relieved of his duties amid a winning season with the Cougars
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?
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.
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.
San Francisco’s is home to one of the largest and most visible LGBTQ+ communities in the world. How are LGBTQ+ community spaces around the city and at City College continuing program accessibility with the public’s support during the COVID-19 pandemic?
The season for the men’s and women’s soccer teams have gone by just as quickly as it came, but the players were still excited at the opportunity of playing the game they love.