Stories about City College

City Beat: City College, the Ellis Act – and the real state budget battle

By Tim Redmond MAY 7, 2014 -- A bill by Assemblymember Tom Ammiano that would curtail the ability of state officials to suspend indefinitely an...

The mayor’s looming budget problem

By Tim Redmond Mayor Ed Lee has a serious budget problem. And it could become a serious political problem. See, the city is flush with a...

Another problem with the accreditors’ plan for City College

By Tim Redmond Suppose City College went along with the (looney) idea of applying for accreditation as a new institution, as the heads of the...

Politics on Tuesday: City College, Airbnb, and District 8

Will the mayor admit that the city attorney was right?Photo by Luke Thomas By Tim Redmond The accrediting commission that's been trying to shut down City...

Supervisors defy progessive community, approve Google Bus Project

By Tim Redmond APRIL 2, 2014 -- The San Francisco supervisors defied pretty much the entire progressive community last night and gave a green light...

Police take heat over Bernal shooting

A huge crowd challenged the police version of the death of Alejandro Nieto By Laura Waxmann MARCH 27, 2014 -- Grief and anger were mirrored in...

The City College protest video you must see

By Tim Redmond The Chron describes “violent clashes with campus police,” but what happened at City College yesterday seemed to involve a lot more police...

Transparency is key to City College future

By Li Lovett FEB. 21, 2004 -- A student I advised at City College of San Francisco said to me recently, echoing the experience of...

City College funding bill challenges state commission that wants to shut school down

  Sen. Mark Leno announces his bill with Trustees Anita Grier and Rafael Mandelman, Mayor Ed Lee and Chancellor Arthur Tyler looking on. Photo by...

Politics on Tuesday: Can we take back City College?

By Tim Redmond Everybody knows that state officials have taken complete control of City College – and show no signs of returning the school to...