Last year City College’s journalism department pulled in over 80 awards between the Spring and Fall semesters. Given the track record, therefore, these 17 decorations are likely only the first of many to be awarded to City College journalists in 2022.
Make no mistake: Jimmy Garoppolo’s fate as the starting quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers was decided exactly 270 days ago. That was the day, of course, that the 49ers mortgaged their future to select Trey Lance with the third pick in the 2021 NFL draft.
Two-time All-American quarterback for the Rams Nick Rolovich was relieved of his duties amid a winning season with the Cougars
The Rams began their 2021 campaign with a few lessons learned but plenty of positives to take away from their first two games of the year.
It’s full steam ahead for the athletics department as City College’s coaching staff and student-athletes prepare for an official fall sports season.
Stripped of the opportunity to close their perfect season with a state title, the 2019-2020 men’s basketball team recounts the highs, the lows, and the lessons learned from that unforgettable year.
Writers and editors from The Guardsman talk about their experience at the 2021 Journalism Association of Community Colleges (JACC) state convention.
The season for the men’s and women’s soccer teams have gone by just as quickly as it came, but the players were still excited at the opportunity of playing the game they love.
It’s been over 365 days since City College last had a team play a game, but now three teams have the opportunity to suit up against real competition.
Burl Toler Sr. broke barriers as the first Black official in the NFL, but accomplished just as much off the field as he did on it.
The African American Studies Department has been around for 50 years, yet black and brown students continue to struggle to level the educational playing field at City College.
The spring sports schedule is far from a given, but athletes, coaches, and administration are ready no matter what situation arises.
As a homicide inspector for the SFPD, City College professor Gianrico Pierucci had the unique opportunity of tracking down one of the most terrifying serial killers in the United States.