Among a feeling of discontent and disappointment between artists and the arts community, SFMOMA decides to cut several programs, including film, which not only leaves local artists without support but also leaves seven members of its staff without a job.
On August 25 San Francisco’s newest park will open to the public, offering access to land that has been fenced off for over 50 years.
There is plenty of cause for stress among City College students, many of whom are likely sharing the increased anxiety, depression, and substance abuse that 40% of American adults are reporting, according to a CDC survey conducted over the summer.
City College student Emmy Uwimana is resilient in overcoming his personal struggles, and uses the power of dance to advocate for social justice.
City College faculty, students, and student groups organized a protest at San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center on June 22. Protesters expressed their anger regarding the recent decision to forgo the lease for the college’s Fort Mason campus, the removal of ESL and OLAD programs, and the disinvestment in its Black students.