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City College faculty set up tents, hold out for the end of brutal layoffs

Union members say cutting faculty will lead to a cycle of lower enrollment and less revenue; they have an alternative.

Yes, trust science. It’s real. But it’s sometimes more complicated than that

The history of the scientific establishment in the US is full of great advances and abject horror stories.

The new supes districts: How you can weigh in

Plus: The future of Amazon's SF distribution center—and why Newsom is all wrong about the state's surplus and gas prices. That's The Agenda for March 21-27

Fighting the Oakland school closures

If I hadn’t had a school to go to with teachers and free breakfast as a houseless child, I literally couldn’t have made it through my life.

City College teachers urge trustees to reject layoffs

Union says the school can keep its faculty and still end the year with healthy reserves and a surplus.

Peter Haberfeld, lawyer, organizer, and legendary community activist, dies

Advocate for civil rights, labor rights, and the power of the people, was 80.

Allergic to holiday “stuff”? Try our no-thing gift guide

Scintillating artist talks to science museum escapades: sweet gifts for the consumerism-averse.

Screen Grabs: Fighting back, from Armenian revolution to Civil Rights struggle

Plus: An in-depth look inside Balanchine's notorious ballet classroom. New movies!

Screen Grabs: An intimate appointment with Dr. Fauci

Plus: Political intrigue and dark thrillers from Argentina, Romania, and Colombia. This week's new movies!

Rada drums, hammer, and sickle: Oakland artist configures new worlds

Haitian-born creator Rivka Louissaint takes seriously art's potential for social change.