Students in City College’s journalism department won 18 awards in the 44th Annual San Francisco Press Club’s Greater Bay Area Awards. The prizes include eight first place awards.
This piece is an unbiased and nonpartisan summary of each of the propositions currently on the ballots for the State and San Francisco elections.
The United States has a unique system to elect the president. It consists of an electoral college that cast their votes for the candidate who gets the
ICE is now proposing a new rule that will put a limit on the time duration that foreign students can stay in this country. Foreign nationals from selected countries will be granted an even shorter visa duration than the other ones.
After decades of warning, climate change has now caused enough destruction to be a concern of the majority of the population. With the 2020 California wildfires season, record-breaking temperatures, and other related disasters, the question that stays is whether we can do something to prevent further damage, or are we too late for that?
Several current students and alumni from the City College Journalism program were honored at the San Francisco Press Clubs 2020 award ceremony on Thursday, Sep. 17, and Department Chair Juan Gonzales took home the Lifetime Achievement Award.
International students have protested a tuition increase during the COVID-19 pandemic with a petition.
The ongoing Wuhan coronavirus outbreak has scared people across the world with the possibility of a widespread pandemic since there is no effective treatment or vaccine, and this situation has led to unexcused prejudice and racism against Chinese people.