After a storybook ending to last season that resulted in a State championship celebration, the City College Rams now face the challenge of repeating it.
City College held a three-hour legislative Town Hall meeting on Oct. 31 to address the concerns of students that included topics including the accessibility of financial aid, campus safety and information distribution
After numerous critically acclaimed mixtapes, California-based rapper YG released his debut album “My Krazy Life” in 2014. Track 6 of that LP has a skit titled “Meet the Flockers” that explains the process and emotions he associated with robberies in his neighborhood.
Lavell McCullers uprooted his life to move 2,558 miles away from family and friends, just to have a shot at his dream in San Francisco.
Both City’s men’s and women’s soccer teams are off to a kicking start.
San Francisco housing groups on Sept. 22 declared a “renters state of emergency” and protested the eviction of 100-year-old resident Iris Canada.
Changes coming to the Golden Gate Bridge, ethnic studies curriculum for high schoolers, developments in the Free City initiative and Rams soccer updates.
Members of the National Basketball Association (NBA) have been extremely reluctant to speak up on social issues pertaining to the black community. We’ve been left in the dark whenever they were asked to shed light on their perspectives regarding political scandals or national outcry.
The City College Rams are looking to add to their ring collection after winning the National Junior College Football Championship for the 10th time last fall.