The Rams showed a lot of promise this season, so City College fans had high hopes of seeing their team take home a win against Ohlone. But despite the players’ best efforts and a strong start, they couldn’t secure the victory, ending the season on a loss on April 29.
On April 20 the City College of San Francisco baseball team put on quite a show in its final home game of the season, earning a victory when reliever David Howard pitched out of a tough spot in the ninth inning, closing the book on the College of San Mateo Bulldogs.
After 11 consecutive losses the Rams baseball team scored a thrilling 6-5 victory in a walk-off over Chabot on April 8. Three days later the team’s winning streak ended in a loss to Canada.
Carving out one more win, the CCSF Women’s Basketball team would make it to the NorCal Finals. On Feb. 25 the Rams , never letting go of the lead, walked away with an 84-57 rout of the Lassen Community College Cougars.
In the Ram’s Feb. 3 108-76 thrashing of Skyline College the theme was modest defense. On Feb. 10 it was an adamant offense by the CCSF Rams men’s basketball team that achieved another rout, 86-67, at home against San Mateo.
After losing by two points to Chabot College on Feb. 1, the City College Rams men’s basketball team came home 2 days later and blasted Skyline College 108-76.
The men’s Rams basketball team continued their success in the young season at home with a 94-74 win on January 25 against the Foothill College Owls and a 97-82 win over the Las Positas Hawks on January 27.
Proposition O, a parcel tax designed to provide more funding to City College was not passed. What are we gonna do now?
Every time you open your iPhone or Android you have to abide by a contract. Of course it’s been a while since you agreed to it, but all the same it’s a contract. It’s the only sort of contract you’ll never read, your Terms of Service.
Serial Killings are among the most notable and heinous crimes human beings can commit, so why are we so obsessed with the killers?
Although a Police Force does not come without its caveats and baggage, their use as a domestic force is an important cog in the campus’ functioning.
The answer is California Title 5 under Division 6; Chapter 6; Subchapter 1; Article 4 as it reads “District policy may not permit students to enroll more than one time in an active participatory course in physical education, visual arts, or performing arts pursuant to this section.” and similarly “may not permit student enrollment in…more than four times for semester courses or six times for quarter courses.”
I’d like to say the price of the bus fare is of no meditative importance but in all fairness I think there is reason to lower it’s price as to entice more bus goers into paying the fee and of course generating some level of revenue to sustain SFMTA.