Members of City College’s school newspaper awarded at Journalism conference among various colleges across the country.
Many beginning noncredit ESL classes at City College’s Mission campus are packed with students, from 40 to 70 students per class, making teaching and learning difficult. City College’s mission to provide ESL instruction to San Franciscans who need it has been undermined by the college’s limited budgets in recent years.
The Balboa Reservoir parking area behind the MUB has changed ownership and is now managed by Douglas Parking. It costs $6.50 to park and student and staff permits are not honored.
The Rams jumped out to an early lead and never relinquished it. After leading 24 -10 at the half, the College of Sequoias Giants were on a mission to derail the Rams in the second to capture the Golden State Bowl title.
City College’s men’s soccer team continued on its winning ways with a 2-0 win against Las Positas on Oct. 28 at home.
Despite a 19-5 loss against Merced College, the City College’s women’s water polo team walked away from the pool in high spirits.
The Journalism Association of Community College conference for Fall 2020 took place online and City College students who attended the event brought “home” multiple awards.
After decades of warning, climate change has now caused enough destruction to be a concern of the majority of the population. With the 2020 California wildfires season, record-breaking temperatures, and other related disasters, the question that stays is whether we can do something to prevent further damage, or are we too late for that?
A memorial for a shooting victim was placed in front of City College’s Downtown Campus to mourn the death of Frank Beltran.
Government agencies are using COVID-19 as an excuse to delay requests for information. In a time of crisis, it’s especially important that journalists can access public records. In a recent panel discussion, journalists and legal experts presented techniques journalists can use to pressure agencies to fulfill their legal obligation to make records available.
In the final round of Norcal Regional Playoffs, the City College women’s basketball team lost a back-and-forth game to the Diablo Valley College Vikings, falling just short of the state finals.