By Skylar Wildfeuer email@example.com Seventeen months into the ubiquitously traumatic pandemic experience, determined instructors and engaged students find consolation in the interpersonal and communal […]
Some of the reasons cited for this were lack of money and knowledge of available financial aid, balancing family with school schedules, meeting requirements and following procedure, the complicated transfer process itself, and a lack of support from a caring adult or support network.
El Tecolote, the Mission District’s community newspaper, celebrates 50 years in neighborhood journalism. Juan Gonzales, Journalism department chair and founder of El Tecolote, describes his experience from the beginning.
This story covers the expectations of SFSU’s proposal to relocate it’s Downtown Campus to City College’s Downtown Campus as well as the important terms included within the proposal. The negatives are unknown due to the lack of response from City College members involved. The response from Hamid Ghaemmaghami was reportedly all positive.
While the Gators have chomped on little success in baseball and softball through the years, they have had fewer and fewer local players. The Division II recruiting has been looking
Students looking to stay on track during their first two years of college can apply to the Metro Academies, a program at both City College and SF State that provides advising, peer support and specially tailored classes for students.
A few hundred San Francisco State University students gathered on their campus on Nov. 12 to protest proposed budget cuts to the California State University system.