Those Who Saw Value In Him Helped African-American Chemist Reach Career Heights

Charles George rounded out his career at the University of San Francisco, trying to develop procedures to help train chemistry students. (Courtesy Senior Beat)

This article about Ingleside resident Charles George was written by Jan Robbins and published in Senior Beat, a collaboration between the nonprofit Community Living Campaign and the ReServe program. INGLESIDE, San Francisco — Charles George had charisma, smarts and a purposeful nature. They propelled him through life despite the constraints of poverty and racism. He was … Read more

City College of San Francisco Chancellor Mark Rocha Put On Administrative Leave

City College of San Francisco Chancellor Mark Rocha was placed on paid administrative leave in late March. THE GUARDSMAN/COURTESY PHOTO

INGLESIDE, San Francisco — In a brief letter released at 10 a.m. Monday morning, City College of San Francisco announced that Chancellor Mark Rocha was placed on paid administrative leave. The cause was not disclosed. “I’m writing to let you know that the Board of Trustees has placed Chancellor Mark Rocha on paid administrative leave … Read more