Salesforce’s reimagined ivory tower has equally affluent neighbors in the SoMa district; Google, Facebook, and Twitter occupy nearby offices. What do these tech giants have in common, aside from their profit margins?
It’s been said that absence makes the heart grow fonder. The women’s basketball team couldn’t relate more. Their return to campus has been one year in the making.
City College must expend all federal relief by May. As federal restrictions define what is allowed, campus constituents consider what is possible.
Lowell High School is often called San Francisco’s most elite high school. The school’s tradition of excellence is redefined in 2021, where lottery admissions have the potential to extend opportunity to all. Right?
The Ramaytush Ohlone are the original inhabitants of the San Francisco Peninsula. Long sought-after, generational change is in the making—at City College, it begins with the Land Acknowledgement Initiative.
In response to the College’s dire financial crisis, Interim Chancellor Vurdien has hired a new auditor to oversee all facets of accounting and finance. But what can we expect?
Under the watchful eye of the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, the City College Board of Trustees contemplate their financial strategy for the next five years and beyond.
A San Francisco native’s thoughts on obligation, self-preservation, and what it means to hold two truths during a time of unprecedented change.
Jason Cortez was a 13-year veteran of the San Francisco Fire Department. His life as a public servant was simply extraordinary, enriched by those who loved him and those he served.