Bay Area College Grad Aims to Use Music for Activism, Social ChangeFor many of us, music can be a source of healing, stress relief and - of course - happiness and joy. But for San Francisco native John-Paul Mackey or J.P. as he likes to be called, music is his chosen tool for social change and community understanding.
COVID: UCSF Expert Urges Return To In-Person Learning Citing Children's Mental Health, SuicidesWith two months to go before school restarts for the Fall semester, Dr. Monica Gandhi is urging lawmakers, public health officials, and school leaders to return to full in-person classes, citing mounting evidence that it harms children’s mental health and well-being.
West Marin School Superintendent Bob Raines Suspected Of Committing Lewd Act With A ChildThe Marin County Sheriff's Office confirmed the Tuesday arrest of the Shoreline Unified School District Superintendent on suspicion of lewd acts with a child.
North Bay College Student Helps Fellow Scholars Reap Rewards Sowed By Immigrant ParentsMany young people struggle to fit in at college, but for first-generation students, basics like networking and even off-campus meals can be out of reach. It's a situation Students Rising Above scholar Cindy Escobar is seeking to change.
Bay Area Health Officers '100% United' On Full Return Of In-Person Learning At Schools This FallHealth officers from all over the Bay Area gathered in San Francisco on Thursday to voice their support for the return of in-person learning for all students in the fall.
Record Number Of Oakland Students Seek Higher-Ed Scholarships Despite COVID-19More students than ever applied for college and career education scholarships this year through Oakland Promise, which offers money and help to the city's young learners, according to program officials.
SF Lowell High School Assistant Principal Hospitalized in Freak Memorial Day Accident On I-80The assistant principal of San Francisco's Lowell High School was hospitalized with serious injuries following a freak accident on Interstate 80 on Memorial Day.
Stanford Law School Called Out For Withholding Diploma Of Student Who Made Satirical FlyerStanford Law School came under heavy criticism Wednesday after a story revealed it kept a student’s degree because of a satirical flyer he made.
University of California Lecturers Unanimously Authorize Potential StrikeLecturers at the University of California have unanimously authorized a potential strike, more than a year after their contract expired.
COVID Reopening: Health Officers Back Plans For Full In-Person Learning At Bay Area Schools This FallBay Area health officers said Friday that they back plans for schools to return to full-time in-person learning this fall, amid continuing COVID-19 case drops and rising vaccination rates.