San Francisco Schools, Public Health Dept. Partner to Provide Campus COVID VaccinationsThe San Francisco Department of Public Health and San Francisco Unified School District are partnering to launch four vaccine clinics at city schools to improve accessibility and to encourage more families to get vaccinated.
From University Grad to Community College - North Bay Scholar Keeps Adding New Skills To RepertoireMany students find themselves questioning their career paths after graduation from college. Vicki Diaz Rodes found herself looking close to home for her future job success.
COVID: Oakland, West Contra Costa Schools Mull Vaccine Mandates For StudentsThe boards of the San Francisco Bay Area's two largest school districts are set to vote next week on whether to mandate vaccinations against COVID-19 for all staff and students age 12 and older.
UPDATE: Some Mills Alumni Critical of Merger with Northeastern UniversityMills College officials say the school's recently announced merger with Northeastern University was necessary for financial reasons, but some alumni feel it means the end of the college’s historic mission.
COVID: Vaccine Sites To Open At 4 San Francisco Unified SchoolsHealth officials in San Francisco announced COVID-19 vaccination sites are opening at four SFUSD schools this week, as part of an ongoing campaign to reach out to those who have yet to receive their shots.
Richmond College Grads Uplifts Her Hometown Through JournalismAs a DACA recipient, María Fernanda Bernal's passion for social justice is personal. And the young reporter's beat is her own backyard.
COVID: Contra Costa Community Colleges Approves Vaccination Requirement For Employees, StudentsThe Contra Costa Community College District on Wednesday approved a COVID-19 vaccination requirement for employees and students starting later this fall.
SJSU Offers A Place To Sleep, Dining Passes, Free Parking To Homeless StudentsAfter years of pleading for help, struggling San Jose State University students are finally getting their demands met. The college began offering one dozen beds inside dormitories at the beginning of this semester.
Cupertino Parents Press for Online Learning Option as COVID Delta Variant SurgesA group of parents gathered at the Cupertino Union School District offices to meet with the superintendent and request an option to return to distance learning.
SRA Scholar Uses Camera to Help Photo Subjects Heal from TraumaMost of us have heard the old adage that a picture tells the story of a thousand words. Paulo Orozco would agree, because he uses his camera as a tool to tell the stories of others in need.
COVID: Nearly 9,000 SFUSD Employees Fully Vaccinated Ahead Of RequirementSan Francisco Unified School District officials said on Thursday that the majority of its nearly 10,000 employees have reported being fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
COVID: Group Of Cupertino Parents Want Remote Learning Reinstated Amid Rise In Pediatric CasesA group of about two dozen Cupertino Union School District parents rallied Wednesday afternoon to demand that distance learning be reinstated as pediatric COVID-19 cases reach an all-time high in the nation.
DA Partners With SFSU To Improve Investigations Of Campus CrimesDistrict Attorney Chesa Boudin announced a new partnership with San Francisco State University and various city departments to improve the investigations of sexual assaults and other crimes on campus.
Stanford Students Call For Expulsion Of Classmate Over Racist, Violent Posts On Social MediaThousands of Stanford students were calling for the expulsion of a classmate over a string of racist comments and violent posts on social media.
COVID: CDC Report On Outbreak At Marin School Is A Primer For In-Person LearningAn in-depth report from the Centers for Disease Control highlighting a major COVID-19 outbreak at one Marin County school is giving a clear picture of the do’s and don’ts for schools that are fully reopening.