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Feature Stories April 23

City College Journalism Students Capture Awards at Annual Conference!

Juan Gonzalez and his team of journalists captured several awards at the annual conference of the Journalism Association of Community Colleges.

 

Great job to all!

 

Editor Recognition Award

Sara Bloomberg

The Guardsman

Editor Recognition Award

Dan Ralle

Etc. Magazine

Publication Awards

General Excellence

The Guardsman

General Excellence

Etc. Magazine

Enterprise News Story/Series

Joe Fitzgerald/2nd Place

Illustration

Emma Winkles/3rd Place

Magazine News Feature

Kelcie P. Walther/1st Place

Magazine Profile

Louise Bleakley/1st Place

Magazine Illustration

Anthony Mata/4th Place

 Magazine Photo

Heather Perry/4th Place

 Magazine Photo Story-Essay

Heather Perry/2nd Place

Bring-In Contest

Bring-In Advertisement

Anthony Mata/2nd Place

Bring-In Audio Slide Show

Sergio Barreno/2nd Place

On-The-Spot Contest

On-The-Spot Opinion

Dalton Amador/Honorable Mention

On-The-Spot Twitter

Cecilia Ren/Meritorious Award

On-The-Sot Copyediting

Alex Reyes/Honorable Mention

On-The-Spot News Photo

Santiago Mejia

 On-The-Spot Editorial Cartoon

Anthony Mata/Honorable Mention

Southeast Campus Celebrates BTOP

Contributed by:   Olevette Payne

Members of the community gathered to celebrate the new equipment.  A brand new Macintosh desktop was also included to encourage the use and growth of multimedia at CCSF’s Southeast center.

Carmen Lamha, chair of the Computer Technology Department, was thrilled to see the fulfillment of this event. "This school has the most dedicated students and faculty. They deserve the best!"

Southeast students and community members hope to add a Multimedia program to the campus, to encourage CCSF students and residents of the district, to keep up and stay ahead of technology and social media trends to increase their chances of success.

 This is a prime example of grit and determination to succeed.

 The CCSF Southeast Center in the Bayview District, an underserved community, qualified for the BTOP grant.  The Open Lab is held every Friday 12-5pm.  This lab is open to students and non-students for academic support, teaching basic technology and online business development skills.

photos Carmen Lamha Anita Grier

Board member Anita Grier, CNIT Department Chair Carmen Lamha and students at Southeast center

FRISCO Day in Pictures

Contributed by: Katie Gelardi

photos some FRISCO participants

Congratulations to everyone who contributed to an extremely successful FRISCO Day!

photos of FRISCO volunteers

City College Co-Hosts the American Association of Community College!

Karan Curtis, Samuel Santos, James Macale and Lauren Castro

Contributed by:  Katie Gelardi

City College’s presence was felt at the annual AACC conference held at the Moscone Center this past weekend. Our volunteers in bright red shirts greeted attendees, assisted with registration, and performed “other duties as assigned.” Thanks to everyone who worked so hard and showed the pride that is City College!

photo of Chancellor Thelma Scott-Skillman with the volunteers

Seeking Volunteers for BART/Muni Outreach

Contributed by:  Katie Gelardi

From left-Suzanne Lo, Downtown Campus Librarian, Tiffany Tran, Associated Student, Kelly Armstrong,Image Consulting Instructor and Gwen Mazer, Author and Personal Style Consultant.

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CCSF professor receives Robert Lax Lectureship Award at St.

Bonaventure University in New York

 


During March 4 through 8 Georgiou delivered the core lectures at this inaugural event focusing on the poet-sage Lax.  Henceforth "Lax Lecture Week" will be held every two years at St. Bonaventure.

Robert Lax (1915-2000) was a foundational minimalist poet and mystic. He left New York in 1964 to live on the remote Greek isle of Patmos until his death in 2000.  He was the best friend of Thomas Merton. Georgiou's serendipitous meeting with Lax in 1993 led to a seven year teacher-student relationship, a mentorship commemorated in a spiritual trilogy: The Way of the Dreamcatcher, Mystic Street, and The Isle of Monte Cristo.  The last of this series won a National Catholic Press Association award in 2011.  In addition to this trilogy, Georgiou also wrote his doctoral dissertation on Lax.


In 2012, Georgiou began teaching the first class on Robert Lax at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley.  On April 24, 7PM, at Berkeley's Franciscan School of Theology, Georgiou will participate in "One Island," an inter-arts program celebrating the poetry of Lax that will include spoken word, music, and dance.  The program is free and open to the public.

 

 

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