Katy Atchison

faculty outside of Conlan Hall at City College camp out
05 May 2022

City College Faculty Protest May End Today: Was it Enough to Protect Their Jobs?

Teachers at City College of San Francisco have been protesting this week against major staff and budget cuts. Their sit-in started Tuesday around noon in front of Conlan Hall. The staff cuts could impact over 200 faculty members, potentially cancel many classes and impact and impact over 20,000 students next

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Bay Area Date Ideas - couple kissing on beach and exploratorium
29 Apr 2022

Fun & Unique Bay Area Date Ideas You Probably Haven’t Thought Of

I was at the movies on a double date watching that new flick “Everything Everywhere All at Once” when I thought to myself, “this is totally that quintessential date night activity”. While you can’t really beat those tried and true date ideas, you can do better than a typical date

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17 Jun 2022

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,

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textbooks and apple and man with handcuffs
29 Apr 2022

What we Learn When a Local Teacher is Arrested For Being Drunk at School

On Wednesday this week, a local high school teacher was arrested under suspicion of being drunk while teaching at Terra Linda High School(TL) in San Rafael. They were arrested without incident after a breathalyzer had found they had 3 times the legal driving limit of alcohol in their system as

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view of rolling hills of California
22 Apr 2022

In Response to Ongoing Droughts, California Senate Votes to Limit Our Water

Each time we have some rainfall in the Bay Area, I always have a small glimmer of hope that we could be out of drought season. Is California still in a drought? The short answer is that we may always be in one. Knowing the California drought is likely here

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Balmy Alley view
22 Apr 2022

The “Mayor of Balmy Alley” Has Been Evicted

Balmy Alley in The Mission is covered in brightly colored murals which delight visitors. For the last year, the “Mayor of Balmy”, artist Andrés Rojo, has been navigating the legal system after he was evicted by his landlord. Last week, Rojo lost his legal battle and has less than 40

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young girl hiding in the ferns
22 Apr 2022

10-year-old Award-winning Poet Shares Her Thoughts This Earth Day 2022

At Broke-Ass Stuart, we value the unique perspectives of everyone in The Bay Area. This Earth Day, we asked a local award-winning poet to write about their muse, Mother Earth. This poet is Rhiannon Hewitt(R), age 10. We asked her to talk about the impact she felt the last 2

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20 Apr 2022

Administrative Errors Help 40,000 Get Out of Their Student Loans Entirely

This week, NPR released an article about how folks may finally get help getting rid of their student loans. In some cases, people will be forgiven entirely for their loans. At least 40,000 borrowers will have their student debt entirely wiped clean due to major administrative errors within the Department

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15 Apr 2022

Wordle is The Game People Love & Love to Hate

Early 2022, cryptic black, green and yellow square lockups started flooding my Facebook account. So much so that I had to finally give in and ask my friend – “WTF is this bullshit all over my feed?” The culprit: Wordle. Here is what it’s all about, some sound strategy, and

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