Bob Price stood in front of the hundreds of people who crowded into an auditorium at City College’s Mission Campus Wednesday night. “Whose college?” he yelled. “Our college!” the crowd responded. The huge group of...
Over 100 Christmas carolers braved the cold Thursday night to sing outside the City College of San Francisco Board of Trustees meeting. The chorus included faculty, staff and students who earlier had lobbied for San...
Whether the fiscal and managerial troubles that have brought the City College of San Francisco’s accreditation into question threatens the school’s ability to remain open varies depending upon whom you ask. “The threat is real,”...
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“City College of San Francisco isn’t going anywhere,” was the response last night as almost 200 students, faculty and supporters gathered to discuss a recent accreditation report that said the college must shape up or...
City sets aside $200,000 for the internships.
“Without English, I feel trapped," says Esmeralda. En Español
Some think options like academic enrichment are better then summer school. This summer will test that notion. En Español
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The caravan for Washington heads out Wednesday morning. En Español
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The BOS votes to restore $2 million for public health workers, but where's the money? En Español
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City College of San Francisco's employees feel the stress and anxiety over job displacements.
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Stepping into education from the field and other paths.
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Comunidad San Dimas works to keep incarcerated Mission youth from returning to gang life.
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Seems like a slow local news night when Mission Mission is covered with images of goofy genital towels and SF Gate is focused on the Giants’ star pitcher, Tim Lincecum, smoking pot. Check out Rosa...
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