Several current students and alumni from the City College Journalism program were honored at the San Francisco Press Clubs 2020 award ceremony on Thursday, Sep. 17, and Department Chair Juan Gonzales took home the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Hillary Clinton’s 1.5 percent lead in the national popular vote against Donald Trump is greater than any American president who has lost an election since 1876. However, it pales in comparison to her dominant popularity according to a survey taken by 129 City College students.
In October 2012, City College’s mission statement changed significantly to define its focus by including a “primary mission” that prioritized four main goals.
The Child Development and Family Studies program abandoned its rusty Orfalea Family Center walls and temporarily moved behind the Rosenberg Library into two bungalows, where it opened its doors in time for the Fall semester on August 10.
Packaged ramen has surpassed cigarettes as the most traded commodity between American prison inmates, according to a study by Michael Gibson-Light, a Ph.D candidate from the University of Arizona’s School of Sociology.
Why or why aren’t you playing Pokemon Go?