City College Reflects One Year After 9/11
In the year since the September 11 tragedy, City College of San Francisco has faced new federal regulations regarding foreign students, experienced considerable growth in enrollment, and worked on promoting tolerance across all campuses.
Public Forum on 9/11
City College students and faculty are invited to a free public forum held on Wednesday, September 11 focusing on how we as individuals have changed.
Rosenberg Library mounts two colorful, spirited and illuminating exhibitions on September 16. Poster Art of the 1960s appears on the second and third floors while - El Movimiento: The Mission District in the 1960s...
Droll "Gull" Swoops to Campus
Is sarcasm dead in these more sober, earnest days since the events of 9/11? Instructor David Parr's production of The Seagull should prove the answer is no.
Are We Winning the War on Terrorism?
Point By Brad Wall
Counter-Point By Clare Huston
Rants and Raves
By Jennifer Emperador
As I wandered through the halls of Cloud Hall the first day of school, I suddenly realized that I had to go to the bathroom. I reached the facility only to find an enormous line of women waiting to do their "business."
Flags will fly at half-mast on all campuses in honor of those lost one year ago on September 11, 2001.
City's Soccer Team Starts Fight for Playoff Spot
City College's men's soccer team is ready to move one more step forward to the California title.
The 2001 Coast Conference champions are getting in shape forthis season and would like to move deeper into the playoff picture and eventually reaching the State Final Four.
Rams Looking for Fantastic Fourth Consecutive Title
One, two, three. Can the best college football team make it four?
The Rams have won three undefeated Na-tional Championships in a row and the team is ready to capture its fourth title.