New Title IX regulations that don’t require coaches or faculty to report sexual misconduct is being challenged in court.
Transgender student athletes can now compete as the sex they identify with in sports.
International students have protested a tuition increase during the COVID-19 pandemic with a petition.
The Board of Trustees approved the contract of Dr. Rajen Vurdien, who started in July.
City College’s Center of Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CEI) and the department of Journalism has collaborated to produce a certificate to help aid future journalism students. The certificate will, “give students a foundation to build up their own business or a career at an organization,” said Alex Mullaney.
City College is $2 million richer thanks to a recent grant from the Koret Foundation.
City College faculty, students, and student groups organized a protest at San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center on June 22. Protesters expressed their anger regarding the recent decision to forgo the lease for the college’s Fort Mason campus, the removal of ESL and OLAD programs, and the disinvestment in its Black students.
Calbright College, an online-only community college created by former Governor Brown, has many demands for the elimination of the college due to the current budget crisis. With online learning becoming more prevalent to students, Calbright College has sparked a debate for future learning.