By Carla Rivera, L.A. Times San Francisco’s only community college will remain accredited for at least two more years in a reprieve announced Wednesday to keep the institution’s doors open for nearly 80,000 students.
Yolanda’s Construction Administration & Traffic Control (YCAT-C) was awarded a contract to provide construction flagging services at the new California Pacific Medical Center (CMPC) hospital construction site at Van Ness & Geary. YCAT-C will employ [...]
International health research at UCSF got its start in the late 1980s, with a small AIDS program in Uganda. A quarter-century later, it is a global research enterprise, with 600 UCSF investigators working in 190 [...]
By Anthony Lazarus, SFSU News A faculty member for the Department of Cinema is landing on SF State’s campus just as she nabs a new accolade: Filmmaker, artist and educator Cheryl Dunye has been recognized [...]
Mayor Edwin M. Lee and the United Way of the Bay Area, along with city departments and private sector employers, this week announced the launch of Summer Jobs+ 2014, challenging employers to create 7,000 jobs, [...]
500 San Francisco homeless children and their families will enjoy the holiday at a celebration in their honor Thursday, Dec. 12 hosted by nonprofit Compass Family Services and supported by more than 100 local volunteers, [...]
By Sally Douglas Arce Day of the Dead celebrations have their origin in this country in Mexican and Mexican American traditions. Here in the San Francisco Bay Area, African Americans and people of other ethnicities [...]
I am a 56-year-old Black man who has read a total of five books in my life. I simply do not like reading books. Now before you get too excited, I have read the Holy [...]