Former City College student and professional photographer Dave Glass has a new exhibit at the Tenderloin Museum. His photos showcase everyday life in the Tenderloin for the past 50 years.
The Ocean Campus and the land it occupies have an interesting past. Securing the science hall on campus was an important milestone in the history of City College.
A book review of “Free City! The Fight for San Francisco’s City College and Education for All” and an interview with the authors.
Given the massive diversity in languages, family groups, customs, and cultures, the native people of the northern and central California coasts likely would not have seen themselves as belonging to any single common group prior to the arrival of the Spanish. To some degree, this persists today, with many local Indigenous people self-identifying primarily as members of one or more of approximately 58 distinct regional cultures that are grouped under the umbrella-term “Ohlone.”
An overview of websites that offer virtual tours, webcams, and learning activities for families to see the world from their couches during shelter in place.
The Guardsman, City College’s award-winning newspaper has evolved and transcended despite some rough times during the last 75 years.