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
Rally at City Hall Saturday Will Urge Supervisors to Stop City College Layoffs
As many as 588 faculty members at City College of San Francisco are facing potential layoffs as early as May 15. The massive faculty loss is expected to impact several departments, forcing cuts to needed programs and classes. Students, staff and faculty attended a virtual rally Monday to push San
The 2023 SF Wine Passport is Here!
Step into a world of adventure with the 2023 SF Wine Passport! There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. You get 2-for-1 glasses of wine at 23 of SF’s finest locally owned bars and restaurants for only $39.95! It honestly doesn’t get much better than that. And after the
Massive Cuts At City College SF Lead Endangered Staff to Organize ‘Pink Slip Rally’
City College of San Francisco is known for providing a free college education opportunity for San Francisco residents. But many currently enrolled students might not get those degrees — even if they’ve already completed most of the course work — as a round of mass layoffs at the City College
City Secrets : Free Horticulture & Floristry Classes for City Residents
I just took a class this summer called Introduction to Environmental Horticulture which was taught by Malcolm Hillan and it was so engaging, interesting and fun. The course consisted of lecture time, hands-on learning in the department’s gardens and greenhouses, and included some field trips too.
California Community College Enrollment and Survival: Advice to the Independent Financial Aid Student
Next month – most classes start August 18 – most of you ugly mugs will descend like locusts upon community college campuses with hopes of receiving your certificate in being an assistant to a nurse’s assistant. But, you haven’t enrolled in your classes yet. You’re sleepin’ and you’re a dummy. ENROLL NOW.
Advice to the Independent Financial Aid Student: FAFSA, BOG Fee, EOP&S
Some of us aren’t lucky to have parents financially secure enough to pay for our education. Others aren’t lucky enough to be completely destitute to the point where we can have a good portion of our entire education subsidized by the government. Some are in the middle; making just enough to scrape by, but making