city college

7:45pm

Wed December 11, 2013
Education

Student voices from City College of San Francisco

Lijia Lumsden, City College student
Jen Chien

City College of San Francisco serves over 85,000 students every year. The diversity of the student body reflects the vibrancy of the city. Here are just a few of those students' voices.

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5:21pm

Mon December 9, 2013
Education

City College helps formerly incarcerated with a second start

City College Alumnus Carl Irons

For  the past year and a half we’ve been covering the troubles facing City College of San Francisco – the college has until this coming July to meet a set of  requirements, or its accreditation could be revoked. This could leave thousands of students in the lurch-- City College is California’s largest community college. One of the largest in the country, in fact, with enrollment between 70 and 80 thousand students. Later this week, we’re going to devote an entire show to this issue, but today we’re bringing you the story of just one of City College’s many students.

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5:48pm

Thu September 5, 2013
Education

Youth Radio: A community college's fate affects mine

Steve Rhodes

You can listen to this piece here.

I was sitting in my boyfriend’s room in my pajamas, picking out classes when I opened the email informing me that my school had lost its accreditation and might close its doors next year.

It was definitely a shock, and I immediately felt sad. Just getting to college had been a struggle for me.

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10:07pm

Mon June 17, 2013
Education

A reporter's perspective on City College, from the Chronicle's Nanette Asimov

The story at City College of San Francisco has had a lot of twists and turns since last year, and the San Francisco Chronicle’s higher education reporter, Nanette Asimov, has been one of the public’s main sources for information on it. She sat down with KALW’s Ben Trefny to talk about how the school got to where it is today, and where it’s going next.

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9:27am

Mon May 21, 2012
Politics

Connecting the Dots: Top news stories for Monday, May 21, 2012

(Bay Citizen) // The $68 billion bullet train project, destined to connect San Francisco to Los Angeles, is facing criticism after it was discovered that the light rail authority enacted a new policy to destroy emails after a 90-day period. Five years of emails were deleted in the midst of multiple inquires from local government and opposition groups in search of information on the train’s progress.

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