Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Tag: Great Recession

The City College strike: Community support …

The City College faculty walked picket lines all over town today – with strong community support for a strike that was designed to send a message to the administration...
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City College management puts out salary offer — without telling the union

The management of City College released a new contract proposal for the faculty yesterday, posting the 55-page draft on the school’s website, sending a summary to every CCSF employee,...

New SF General Hospital name to be decided at the ballot

Mark Zuckerberg agrees that the San Franciscans who paid for the hospital with their tax dollars should decide its name; maybe "Empress Hospital" after the Widow Norton? By Ivonne D.B....

Mayor Lee’s failed housing policies — and how we can demand change in 2015

The mayor's State of the City address stressed housing -- but his actual record is dismal and his proposals won't work   By Calvin Welch JANUARY 15, 2015 -- The themes of...

New economy news: Twitter, tax breaks, a sky bridge and sub-prime loans

By Tim Redmond So Twitter now wants a sky bridge connecting two office buildings, just to make sure that the workers never have to set foot out of the building...

As trial closes, a Big Lie about City College finances

By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 3, 2014 – So many stories, so little time, so in the middle of a heated election I missed the last day of testimony in the...

City College trial opens with dramatic admission

By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 27, 2014 – The City College accreditation trial got off to a dramatic start today with state Community College Chancellor Brice Harris admitting that he only...

Investigation: New condos aren’t owned by San Francisco residents

When condos in a triplet of luxury towers near the Embarcadero called The Brannan began selling in 2000, wealthy buyers snapped them up. Nine years later, developers of the...

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 others who found their path...