The STEAM building, which stands for “sciences, technology, engineering, arts, and math,” will be built on the west side of Frida Kahlo Way and will offer updated facilities to students and faculty.
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.
By Arcel Cunanan
The board of trustees approved the Balboa Reservoir land exchange on Nov. 20, which will allow the construction of the Joint Use Facility and Performing Arts Center on the Ocean campus to continue as scheduled, said James Blomquist, associate vice chancellor of facilities planning / management.
Construction of the new joint use facility has temporarily cut student parking in half and is limiting access to areas of the Ocean campus during the 2008 Summer Session according to James Blomquist, associate vice chancellor of facilities, planning/management.