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    Financial Uncertainty and Labor Unrest at City College, Fighting Democrats, and Soiree 2016 in Review

    Financial Uncertainty and Labor Unrest at City College, Fighting Democrats, and Soiree 2016 in Review

    City College Update On April 4, the Fiscal Crisis and Management Assistance Team (FCMAT) released its report on City College’s revenues. FCMAT had prepared the report for the State Community…

    Safer Sex and Safer Cars Both Often Rely on Affordable Prevention Strategies

    Safer Sex and Safer Cars Both Often Rely on Affordable Prevention Strategies

    As with sexual health, preventative safety is becoming a big deal in the auto industry, and we see that with two recent test cars, the Subaru Forester 2.5i Premium and…

    Do Endorsements Matter? Election

    Do Endorsements Matter? Election

    “Endorsed by the San Francisco Democratic Party,” or “Endorsed by the Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democratic Club.” What does such a statement mean, and does it carry any weight? Why…

    San Francisco LGBT Data Collection Legislation

    San Francisco LGBT Data Collection Legislation

    On April 12, Supervisor Scott Wiener introduced legislation that, if passed, would mandate five city departments to collect voluntary information on the sexual orientation and gender identity of their clients…

    City College Pride

    City College Pride

    I take being a San Francisco City College Trustee very seriously. In addition to making important governance decisions, serving as a visible and accessible ambassador is crucial during this challenging…

    Potty Talk

    Potty Talk

    Recently, the forces that have fought for years against equal rights for LGBT people, changing their focus away from marriage, have been talking a lot about bathrooms. This potty talk…

    Lunar New Year Deserves Recognition

    Lunar New Year Deserves Recognition

    Next month, California celebrates Harvey Milk Day. The power of this observance lies in its capacity to teach an important lesson: in diversity there is beauty and there is strength.…

    Supporting the Alzheimer’s Association Is a No Brainer

    Supporting the Alzheimer’s Association Is a No Brainer

      The Alzheimer’s Association’s 2016 Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures report was released just this week. The new edition of Facts and Figures provides the most up to date information…

    Who Is Not Running for DCCC?

    Who Is Not Running for DCCC?

    The San Francisco Democratic County Central Committee, or DCCC, has become the hottest ticket in town. The most down-ballot of races has suddenly become the most sought-after elected office in…

    Appreciating the Young and the Mature

    Appreciating the Young and the Mature

    Young and sparky versus mature and refined. If we’re lucky, we’ll get to experience both within ourselves. In the meantime, two recent and similarly sized test cars—the Audi Q3 2.0T…

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