Knock, Knock. Hello is anyone home, is anyone listening? City College of San Francisco is undergoing a new change within its board of trustees. With Former Trustee Ivy Lee and Alex Randolph stepping from the podium leaves room for new incumbents to take their positions. However, the shoes they will fill will come with problems arising within the college.
Some campus classes have partially reopened on City College campuses with strict health sanitation rules in place. E-mails have been sent to students affected by the campus partial reopening by their instructors.
After the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, President Trump nominated a controversial figure to fill Ginsburg’s seat. Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination has been one of the most controversial nominations in U.S. history.
Students are finally gaining remote access to on-campus computer labs, which will allow them to access expensive software they’ve been desperately needing for class. Other inequities, however, remain unsolved.
Students and faculty are anything but happy with the new Banner 9 maintenance of the Ellucian system for registration and are demanding that all glitches straightened out so that classes can go forward online.
A memorial for a shooting victim was placed in front of City College’s Downtown Campus to mourn the death of Frank Beltran.
Transgender student athletes can now compete as the sex they identify with in sports.