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Peralta Community College District's only student-run publication.

The Citizen

Peralta Community College District's only student-run publication.

The Citizen

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Peralta spring 2021 semester officially remote

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The Peralta Community College District will continue online instruction for the spring 2021 semester, Executive Director of Public Information, Communication and Media Mark Johnson confirmed today during a phone call with The Citizen. The semester will follow an online format similar to what the district is doing now. 

Lab courses in fields deemed essential will continue to be held in person and will follow health and safety protocols. Johnson said that the district is engaging in ongoing conversations regarding how to provide training and support to students and faculty as virtual learning continues. 

Current services available to all students include Chromebook lending programs for those who do not have access to a computer and regular free meal distributions.

About the Contributor
Farhad Golriz, Staff Writer
Farhad Golriz is an Iranian-American that was raised in Berkeley. He is interested in politics and foreign affairs – in particular, the Middle East. Farhad enjoys writing about events that have happened in other parts of the world and his goal is to be able to speak up for those who feel their voices are not being heard. Farhad’s goal is to one day become a Journalist and he is very honored to be a staff writer for The Citizen at Laney College.
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