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SBCC looks for new anti-racism trainings to educate campus

Katie James, Associate Editor

December 7, 2018

Filed under News

Several members of the college community are advocating for more training in order to be able to properly respond to incidents of sexism, racism and sexual harassment on campus. Issues of racial insensitivity at City Colle...

Lyndsay Maas apologizes for use of N-word via all-campus email

Lyndsay Maas, Vice President of Business Services

November 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Vice President of Business Services Lyndsay Maas requested that Anthony Beebe distribute her apology via email Nov. 20 in response to a recent controversy around her use of a racial slur while quoting a student. The full s...

SBCC President addresses controversy in all-campus email

Anthony Beebe, Superintendent-President

November 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Superintendent-President Anthony Beebe sent out this letter via email Nov. 20 in response to a recent controversy around Lyndsay Maas, vice president of business services. The full story about the controversy can be found ...

California’s new funding formula centers around students’ success

Katie James, Associate Editor

October 8, 2018

Filed under News

The new funding formula which resulted in the college’s $9 million budget increase was designed and implemented with the goal of helping struggling students, but it has the potential to do the opposite in many California com...

Sustainability work group meets to discuss energy usage, waste

Daniel Wallace, News Editor

February 5, 2018

Filed under News, On campus

City College’s sustainability work group met Thursday for the first time this semester to identify what steps should be taken to meet the goals articulated in the college’s Sustainability Plan. Although the plan was completed in 2014, sev...

SBCC allocates $830,000 of state funding for campus needs

TOVA KIBAL, Associate Editor

October 1, 2017

Filed under News

In a time where the college struggles with a budget deficit, state funding makes maintenance and replacement of broken instructional equipment possible. City College will allocate $830,000 from the state on "deferred maintenance" an...

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