More than 100 protesters marched from BART’s 24th St. Mission Station to the intersection of 22nd and Mission Street, demonstrating their aversion to controversial San Francisco propositions that would remove homeless encampments and increase rent across the city.
After numerous critically acclaimed mixtapes, California-based rapper YG released his debut album “My Krazy Life” in 2014. Track 6 of that LP has a skit titled “Meet the Flockers” that explains the process and emotions he associated with robberies in his neighborhood.
Since mid-2015, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has been leading the effort to stop the 1,172-mile Dakota Access Pipeline Project. Hundreds of indigenous tribes are currently fighting on the front lines of the bulldozers.
Over 300 men and women, including students from City College’s Project Survive, proudly marched through San Francisco’s busy streets on April 26 for the 9th annual Walk Against Rape.
San Francisco police gunned down the 28-year-old criminal justice student following a 7 p.m. telephone call from a neighbor reporting a man engaging in bizarre activity in the park.
The Guardsman asks students’ opinion on the March 13 hostile protest
A crowd of 60 activists gathered for a rally to restore the Board of Trustees and remove Special Trustee Robert Agrella from power.
Demonstrators stormed an officer-guarded Conlan Hall building on Thursday afternoon and staged an overnight sit-in, protesting against the special trustee and the current payment plan.
City College’s Student Labor Action Project rallied March 6 with other community organizations at City Hall to call on Wells Fargo CEO and…
Tyler acknowledged that City College hired three vice chancellors at a pay rate above the official published salary. The admission has left a bitter taste among the college faculty and an air of distrust between the two parties.
Faculty members and supporters gathered at Conlan Hall on Ocean campus Jan. 29 with hopes to discuss issues regarding the recent cancellation of classes with school Chancellor Arthur Tyler.
By Tim Maguire:
The momentum to keep City College open and accessible continues to build as over 100 students, faculty and staff demonstrated at the Accrediting Commission of Community and Junior Colleges’ main office in Novato on Oct. 11.