Third-round action in the California Community College Athletic Association playoffs at the City College of San Francisco produced mixed results for the host Wednesday.
The women’s basketball team (26-5) at CCSF advanced to the state’s elite eight with a hard-fought victory over Siskiyous College 63-55. Read More
Some 300 people gathered in Civic Center Plaza on Thursday afternoon to demand that California tax the rich to pay for education, as school districts and public colleges prepare for another year of cuts and layoffs. After the rally, 13 protesters were arrested when they refused to leave the atrium of the nearby state office building until their demands that California fully fund education were met. Read More
The defending state champion City College of San Francisco men’s basketball team landed the top seed in the Northern California bracket of the California Community College Athletic Association State Championships on Monday.
CCSF’s title defense will begin Saturday at home against the winner of Wednesday’s early-round game between Mendocino and Contra Costa. Read More
UPDATE 3:30 p.m.: Suspect detained, cited on Monday in connection to below incident
Police on Monday detained the alleged creep accused of filming another man inside a locker room at the City College of San Francisco last weekend.
The victim being filmed was allegedly assaulted by the suspect at about 4 p.m. Saturday after he demanded that the camera be turned away from him, police at Ingleside Station said. Read More
City College of San Francisco freshman point guard Delon Wright stands at 6-foot-5 and looks like he weighs 150 pounds — with his uniform on.
Wright has a body frame that makes him look like a toothpick, while sporting a miniafro that’s never combed and braces that could have him confused for a young teen. Read More
Was he a hero or a hoodlum?Police are searching for a man who intervened in a lover’s brawl at a San Francisco gas station by bashing the boyfriend over the head with a bottle, hospitalizing him Sunday.A 21-year-old man and his girlfriend were arguing at the 76 station at Ocean and Phelan avenues, near City College of San Francisco, about 8:30 p.m. Read More
City College of San Francisco’s board president vowed Friday to bring the school’s Internet security system up to speed after learning a virus had been lurking in campus computers for the past 10 years. Read More