Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are our new leaders, but with the public divided the previous problems persist. Tried and true strategies of respectfully engaging with others are desperately needed at this time.
In a seven-hour session the Board of Trustees approved the new budget for the next school year but discussion over numerous uncertainties came front and center; particularly the Student Success Center, funds redistribution, and again more class cuts.
2020 pandemic has prevented the Oaklash event meeting in person, but organizers have adapted, producing their first festival all via Twitch, featuring long awaited Disability Visibility forum debut.
City College announced a new partnership with San Francisco State University to facilitate the transferring process for students. This decision has been met with criticism and concerns by members of the City College community.
Vicky has worked at City College for forty years as a Switchboard Operator in ITS. She’s retiring this month and it’s the end of a lifelong career here. Vicky started at City College right out of high school and saw the college change over decades. Telecommunications certainly changed with it, new automated services coming to ITS.
Auditors revealed the college’s ongoing budgetary issues to the Board of Trustees. The trustees discussed future steps for getting the budget under control.