While teaching a subject such as math or English may be easier implemented as an online course program, it may not be quite as simple to convert a course such as music. While certain courses were expected to begin in-person this semester, the Omicron variant has halted once again the re-opening of City College.
While certain courses were expected to begin in-person this semester, the Omicron variant has halted once again the re-opening of City College.
With operations that draw together large and mostly indoor crowds, theaters and music venues have suffered enormously since the pandemic’s onset. And now entertainment establishments struggling to get back into business face fresh uncertainties with the Delta variant surging in San Francisco.
The City College Board of Trustees approved a vaccine mandate Thursday, August 12, which will require students, faculty, staff, and visitors to be vaccinated by Oct. 1, 2021 at the latest.
Diego Rivera’s “Pan American Unity” mural will finally be accessible to the public due to a National Endowment for the Humanities grant. The move to SFMOMA is currently still delayed, but the plan is for the mural to stay there until Fall of 2022, then return to City College’s PAEC building.
A memo sent to department chairs indicates an approximately 50% reduction in the size of the summer schedule, compared to last year’s offerings.
In the face of a $149 million statewide budget cut handed down on community colleges in February, City College of San Francisco music department chair Madeline Mueller is working hard to defend her already slim resources and maintain her diverse department.