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CityNotes for Tuesday, August 29

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Subject: CityNotes for Tuesday, August 29
From: CityNotes <Citynotes@ccsf.edu>
Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2017 00:36:05 +0000


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1. Community College Real Estate Endowment Scholarship

2. The Chef’s Table at the Pierre Coste Room Re-opens Wed, August 30

3. Journalism Department Highlights

1. Community College Real Estate Endowment Scholarship

It is soon that time again for Community College Real Estate Endowment scholarship applications.
The program begins September 1, 2017 and continues through March 2018. Up to $800 is available for the year, provided as $400 per semester.
To qualify for the full amount, you must meet the following requirements:
  • A better than “C” GPA
  • Have completed at least one real estate class
  • Enrolled in two real estate classes this semester
  • For an additional scholarship, must be enrolled in two additional real estate classes in Spring 2018

 Please visit the website for additional information.

2. The Chef’s Table at the Pierre Coste Room Re-opens Wed, August 30

Join us at the Chef’s Table. Celebrate the college’s accreditation victories with a new class of students, and a new delicious menu. An early draft of our menu is attached (to whet your appetite).
Also, a reminder that we are bringing back Friday lunch service! Reserve your space now. Call Chris Johnson at (415) 239.3438.
We hope to see you soon!

3. Journalism Department 2017 August Highlights

Maggie Honors for Three CCSF Journalism Students
City College’s journalism students earned finalist recognition for the 2017 Maggies Awards sponsored by the Western Publishing Association. The two students were honored in the Best Print Article category for two articles that ran in the Spring 2016 issues of Etc. Magazine. The students were Gabriela Reni for her homeless story entitled “Home Sweet Tiny Home” and Tony Taylor for his profile feature on Madeline Mueller entitled “City College’s Golden Girl.” Also honored was Prentice Sanders for his Spring 2016 Etc. Magazine cover design entitled “A Ringside Seat to the Election.”

CCSF Publications and Journalism Students Honored
The Guardsman and Etc. Magazine earned finalist honors for best student publications in the 2016 Mark of Excellence sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists. Two CCSF journalism students were also honored as finalists. They were Santiago Mejia in the Art/Graphics category for a protest photo entitled “Trumping Tradition” and Gabriella Angotti-Jones in the feature category for a photo entitled “Student Looks to Bright Future.

CCSF Journalism Alum Hired as Sports Editor
Former Guardsman Sports Editor Ryan Kuhn is Sports Editor for the Ellensburg Daily Record in Ellensburg, Washington. Previously, he served as sports editor for The Daily Independent in Ridgecrest, Ca. Kuhn was a journalism student at City College from 2010-2011 and was an award-winning sports writer.

CCMA Honors CCSF journalism Students
City College journalism students picked-up seven awards from the California Collegiate Media Association during their 2017 competition. Among community college publications, The Guardsman took Second Place for Best Newspaper and Etc. Magazine took Third Place for Best Magazine. Etc. designer Matthew Patton earned First Place honors for Best Magazine Inside Page Special Design, and Steve Newman received Honorable Mention in Best Magazine Story. Guardsman photographer Gabriella Angotti-Jones took First Place in Best Photo Series, Bethany Lee received Third Place for Best Arts & Entertainment Story, and The Guardsman staff earned Third Place for Best Overall Newspaper Design.

Photographers Association Honors Two Former CCSF Journalism Students
Former Guardsman photographer Gabriella Angotti-Jones took First Place in the “Monthly Clip Contest” sponsored by the National Press Photographers Association. Her photograph on a pro-Trump rally appeared in the biweekly, bilingual Mission District newspaper, El Tecolote. The photograph captured pro and anti-Trump protestors physically clashing at a Berkeley rally. Santiago Mejia captured Third Place in the same contest for a photograph on the damage Oroville Dam published in the San Francisco Chronicle.

Gonzales Featured in La Opinion Story on Free City College
Department Chair Juan Gonzales appeared in an interview for the statewide Spanish-language newspaper La Opinion. The story focused on Free City College that was published in the August 11 edition.

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