Stories about Local 2121

City College projects 26 percent class cuts

Administration document reveals vision for smaller institution -- and assumes that the school can't recover By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 20, 2015 – City College plans to...

Forum looks at Higher Ed problems in SF

Teachers, students from SF State, City College and SF Art Institute decry salary cuts, job insecurity -- and the impact of education By Marco Gonzales SEPTEMBER 10,...

The Agenda, Sept. 8-13: A developer giveaway worth billions

SF wants to let speculators and developers pay far less than they owe for providing Muni service -- meaning the rest of us have...

Behind the changes at City College

An unpopular chancellor is gone -- but he left a lot of problems behind that his successor will have to fix By Tim Redmond JUNE 5,...

Union workers to rally at ParkMerced

Janitors and maintenance workers lost their jobs when developer hired a new contractor By Tim Redmond APRIL 22, 2015 – Union maintenance workers and janitors, backed...

The Agenda: Feb. 23-March2

Stopping the loss of housing in Mid-Market, a new special trustee (why?) for City College -- and Scott Wiener v. Willie Brown on the...

It’s Election Day. Vote. Here’s who’s endorsing whom

By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 4, 2014 – Please, go and vote. If you haven’t already cast your ballot, take a few minutes, find your local precinct,...

The (next) crisis for City College — the November election

By Tim Redmond Now that the lawsuit against the City College accreditors is moving forward, and the college is entering a new accreditation process, and...

Why is City College cutting so many classes?

By Sara Bloomberg SEPTEMBER 15, 2014 -- Imagine you’re a college student. Classes are picked. Textbooks have been bought. Your boss finally accepted your schedule...

Hold the champagne – City College hasn’t exactly won yet

JUNE 12, 2104 – The decision by the accrediting commission to allow City College a lifeline has much of the city's political establishment applauding,...