A sniffle and a tear as the Chronicle’s readership spirals down – a full 25 percent in six months – under the supposed auspice of a business plan expected to reduce circulation and raise revenue...
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Students and professors stand up to budget cuts to public education.
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One for the study, two for the scene. By GARRETT MCAULIFFE
Art, race and writing what you know about. By RIGOBERTO HERNANDEZ
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Hundreds of people lined up inside San Francisco City College's Mission Campus. By BETTY BASTIDAS
Students at San Francisco City College gather to hear President Barack Obama speak to the nation. By MARNETTE FEDERIS and STEFANIA ROUSSELLE
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