The foggy future of City College

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Fog begins to descend near Coit Tower, which was donated by Lillie Hitchcock Coit, a volunteer firefighter, in 1929. Photo by John C. Liau/SF Public Press.

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Fog begins to descend near Coit Tower, which was donated by Lillie Hitchcock Coit, a volunteer firefighter, in 1929. Photo by John C. Liau/SF Public Press.
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Tuesday night, Dr. Barbara Beno (center) faced the Board of Trustees she and the accreditation commission deemed “inadequate” in City Colleges’ 2012 review. Photo by Ruth Tam / SF Public Press.
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City College’s Board of Trustees met with Dr. Barbara Beno, president of the accrediting commission, and Bill McGinnis, trustee of Butte-Gleen Community College District. Photo by Ruth Tam / SF Public Press.
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The rooms of City College’s downtown campus are filled with empty chairs and empty tables, due to a severely truncated summer semester. Photo by Ruth Tam / SF Public Press.
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At an emergency town hall meeting, president of City College’s Board of Trustees John Rizzo responded to concerns regarding the school’s leadership. Photo by Ruth Tam / SF Public Press.
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City College students take notes throughout the emergency town hall meeting. Photo by Ruth Tam / SF Public Press.
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A current City College student takes the mic for the public comment section of the meeting. Photo by Ruth Tam / SF Public Press.
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The downtown campus’ business department posts notices for open job positions. Photo by Ruth Tam / SF Public Press.

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