Illustration used by the Los Rios Asian Pacific Island Legacy group during their Zoom forum to discuss the recent increase in anti-Asian pathogen racism Wednesday, April 29, 2020. (Photo illustration by Marilou Briner) Originally posted May 5, 2020 on The Express Her image is cast remotely via webcam as she shows and describes several newsContinue reading “API Legacy holds anti-Asian pathogen racism forum”
Originally posted April 27, 2020 on The Express Aerial footage of City College empty due to COVID-19 Monday, March 30, 2020. Effective March 18, all Los Rios facilities closed, and began fully remote operations.
Originally published April 22, 2020 in The Express As campus closures remain in effect due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students and faculty continue to face the challenges that accompany virtual learning. City College’s Makerspace has been shut down as well, leaving Maker majors without equipment and faculty guidance to complete tactile projects, hone their skills andContinue reading “City College Makerspace makes masks”
Photo illustration for City Talk: Home Edition Wednesday, April 8, 2020. (Photo Illustration Sara Nevis) Originally posted April 8, 2020 on The Express The Express staff reports from home as they share the changes that have occurred in their lives due to COVID-19.
Originally posted March 23, 2020 on The Express From the cliffs above San Francisco bay, a vibrant orange and purple sky can be seen. The lights of cars entering and leaving the city mingle with lights on the immense suspension bridge that connects Sausalito to San Francisco. The scenery seems to shimmer and vibrate. AfterContinue reading “College during COVID-19; Bringing the lab to the student”
Michael Richardson, teacher of astronomy and physics for 34 years at City College, in the portable building used as the physics lab until the completion of Mohr Hall Thursday, March 5, 2020. (Arturo Gomezfirstname.lastname@example.org) Originally posted March 9, 2020 on The Express Chain-link fence panels prevent pedestrians from entering the construction site on the corner ofContinue reading “Mike Richardson: Star Professor”
Originally published February 18, 2020 on The Express Small, dusty rectangular boxes that resemble boxed sets of 7-inch vinyl discs fill shelves all around the room. The beige boxes all hold complete scores of works that City College’s choral and music department have drawn from for their performances. Bookshelves fill half of the room, nearlyContinue reading “Choral program prepares for spring performances”
Sherice Carter, D.J. Remme, grooving to her live mix during the Welcome Black event hosted by the Ashe Center in the Student Center at City College Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2020. (Niko Panagopoulosemail@example.com) Originally posted February 7, 2020 on The Express Students came in cold from the weather, but moments after the event began, everyone wasContinue reading “ASHE Center welcomes new students into spring semester”
Spring 2020 Express Editor-in-chief Rose Vega, journalism major, in the quad at City College Monday, Jan. 27, 2020. (Sara Nevisfirstname.lastname@example.org)Spring 2020 Express Editor-in-chief Rose Vega, journalism major, in the quad at City College Monday, Jan. 27, 2020. (Sara Nevisemail@example.com) Originally posted January 31, 2020 on The Express Rose Vega is the spring 2020 editor-in-chief forContinue reading “Profile of Rose Vega | Editor-In-Chief”