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SFPD to answer questions on fatal shooting of Alejandro Nieto

March 25, 2014
San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr will be on hand this evening for a town hall meeting to discuss last week’s officer-involved shooting...

No charges filed against City College student protesters

The two formerly jailed City College student protesters can now breathe a sigh of relief, as this morning they learned that the District Attorney's...

Democracy for none

Student protesters clash with police at City College as administrators make decisions behind closed doors

Two detained City College student protesters released amidst troubling allegations

Two City College student protesters, Otto Pippenger, 20, and Dimitrious Philliou, 21, were released from county jail this morning following a City College protest...

Student pepper sprayed and two arrested at City College protest UPDATED

One student protester was pepper sprayed, and others hit with batons, tackled, and arrested today at the City College of San Francisco’s main campus....

Leno introduces bill to bolster City College funding, draws fire to Special Trustee

First City College of San Francisco’s accreditation was provisionally revoked, then students left in droves. Teachers soon started leaving too. Two interim chancellors were...

CCSF students angered by class cancellations

January 31, 2014
Despite a day of misty downpours and gray skies, students, faculty members and their supporters gathered in the lobby of the City College of...

Controversy still brewing over CCSF administrative pay raises

January 28, 2014
A string of recent emails have led City College of San Francisco faculty members to believe that college administrators are already being paid according...

Labor protests Postal Service privatization amid deal with Staples

January 28, 2014
Bearing blue T-shirts and banners stating “Stop Staples! The U.S. mail is not for sale!” 70-plus protesters from the United States Postal Service Union,...

Alerts: January 29 – February 4, 2014

January 28, 2014
WEDNESDAY 29 "Flying Paper" film screening and discussion Mission Cultural Center, 2868 Mission, SF. www.missionculturalcenter.org. 7pm, $5–$20 sliding scale. "Flying Paper" is the uplifting story...

City College Special Trustee withdraws proposal for administrative pay hike

January 24, 2014
Students and faculty at City College of San Francisco staged an emergency protest today (Fri/24) after discovering that a generous salary increase had been...

State of the City speech filled with unsupported promises

January 17, 2014
It was maddening to watch Mayor Ed Lee deliver his annual State of the City address this morning. This was pure politics, from the...

Pelosi denounces City College’s accreditors

Rep. Nancy Pelosi denounced the accreditors seeking to close City College at a press conference held yesterday at the school’s Chinatown campus.“You can be...

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Injunction blocks City College closure

City College of San Francisco is safe from closure, for now. A ruling from San Francisco Superior Court Judge Curtis Karnow issued Jan. 2...

City College saved, for now (update)

Update: This post has been updated with new information, after a 5:30 press conference held by City Attorney Dennis Herrera.City College of San Francisco...

No decision yet following charged hearing to stall City College closure

At a Dec. 26 hearing in San Francisco Superior Court, the City Attorney’s office argued that City College of San Francisco should not be...

Alerts: December 4 – 10, 2013

December 3, 2013
WEDNESDAY 4Fight Richmond evictions Richmond Recreation Center, 251 18th Ave, SF. 7pm, free. The San Francisco Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE), the...

City College Trustee resigns, protesting state takeover

Democracy is a thing of the past at City College of San Francisco, and now one member of its elected board has had enough....

Why I’m resigning from the City College board

November 26, 2013
By Chris Jackson When I worked for the state legislature, a member once told an overly ambitious guy that there are those who get...

City and teachers seek injunction against City College closure

November 26, 2013
The plan to save City College of San Francisco took a proactive turn yesterday (Mon/25) as two separate-but-similar preliminary injunctions were being sought against the...

Rep Clock: November 20 – 26, 2013

November 19, 2013
Schedules are for Wed/20-Tue/26 except where noted. Director and year are given when available. Double and triple features marked with a •. All times...

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Accrediting commission threatening to shutter City College gets scrutiny from Congress

Rep. Speier calls for federal accreditation reform, citing CCSF debacle

City College of San Francisco’s woes may be a catalyst for accreditation reform nationwide, US Rep. Jackie Speier (D-SF) said at a forum at...