District 9 Supervisor David Campos proposed a resolution to restore the school’s Board of Trustees following state Senate Bill 965 being introduced Feb. 10 to recover lost federal funding due to dwindling enrollment at City College.
In the first of a two-game preseason series against the Napa Valley College Storm on Feb. 13, the Rams blew a one-run lead in the 9th inning, losing 3-2 at Fairmont Field in Pacifica, City College’s home field.
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.
Pressed against the glass frame of City College’s Chinatown North Beach center on the morning of Jan. 6, faculty, staff and students listened attentively for updated accreditation information and supporting words from Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi.
In the first game of a doubleheader at City College on Jan. 17, the Rams women’s basketball team defeated San Jose City College with a final score of 52-39.
The City College of San Francisco Rams men’s basketball team beat the Cañada College Colts with a final score of 108-65 on Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014, at Ocean Campus.
The City College of San Francisco Rams beat the Mission College Saints with a final score of 88-78 on Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014, at Ocean Campus.
City College won an exciting bowl game Nov.8, which served up as many defensive thrills as offensive ones, by a score of 59-31 over the Sierra College Wolverines.
The fall semester at City College may be coming to a close, but the battle to retain the school’s accreditation is becoming more intense each day.
City College’s very own KCSF 90.9 FM radio station is giving commercial radio stations a well trained group of future broadcasters from which to choose.
On the volleyball court Karen Yip is the most animated player on the City College team. The redshirt sophomore is always quick to encourage her teammates, making sure everyone is in the right positions. After she scores or makes a nice play Karen has the most lively celebrations on the court.
The sound of micro notes, melancholy phrases and ancient instruments filled City College’s Art Room 133 on Nov. 6 as a tradition that began during the Vedic times from 1500 to 1200 B.C. and continues to this day.
City College is preparing a massive advertising campaign to alert current and future students that the school remains open and accredited, and to encourage students to enroll for the spring 2014 semester.