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200,000 take part in the Women’s March in Bay Area

Anne Caillat, Times Staff

Nearly 200,000 people participated in “Sister’s Marches” in Oakland, San Francisco and San Jose on Saturday, Jan. 21, supporting the Washington D.C. Women’s March,...

February 27, 2017No Comments

Transitional students

Jordan Elliott, Times Staff

The Associated Student Government of San Jose City College is trying to implement a law that they passed in January for the showers in the campus locker rooms to be made available...

February 27, 2017No Comments

The United States of Russia?

Melissa Maria Martinez, Times Staff

A report released by the Center of Intelligence indicates that Russia played a role in the outcome of the U.S. presidential election, which raises concerns as to why Russian...

February 27, 2017No Comments

Remaining vigilant

Daryl Von Dunker, Times Staff

Crime on campus is low but when it does occur it can cost your money, time, effort and personal data – leaving you wide-open to identity theft. “There were a total...

February 27, 2017No Comments

Higher education stands up for DACA

Higher education stands up for DACA

December 6, 2016

California colleges join in support of controversial program California’s higher education system...

November is Transgender Awareness Month

November 22, 2016

We live in times more prone than ever to hatredbased violence. During the month of November, let’s...

Innovative educational opportunities at the Milpitas Education Center

November 22, 2016

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held at San Jose City’s new college’ extension, the Milpitas Education...

Students deserve privacy & security

Students deserve privacy & security

November 1, 2016

In February of 2013, The Times published an article titled, “In search of a more secure campus.” ...

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Unveil the undiscovered masterpieces

February 27, 2017

Art 76 students hosted “Undiscovered,” their art gallery debut, Dec. 9 at the San Jose City College...

These resources are here to help

February 27, 2017

San Jose City College Caesar Chavez Library Classroom textbooks are available to check out at the...

Student textbook resource guide

February 27, 2017

As students begin the new semester it’s wise to consider effective options in acquiring course related...

Learning big lessons working in small groups

February 27, 2017

Public speaking and group projects require communication skills, which are learned and developed with...

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Post-Election campus and community climate

Byron D. Clift Breland, Ph.D., President, San Jose City College

Dear Jaguar community, As reactions to the Presidential election continue to ripple across the nation and emotions simmer throughout our communities; we are undoubte...

November 22, 2016No Comments

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Reconcile your sins

Reginald Webb, Times Staff

Many black Americans celebrate Juneteenth, which commemorates slave emancipation. Why should this be simply a black holiday? America should celebrate it formally. Emancipating the slaves has to be seen as one of the most...

April 25, 2017No Comments

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Cirque du soleil review

Cirque du soleil review

Anne Caillat, Times Staff

The Canadian troupe Cirque du Soleil has moved to San Jose for its latest show "Luzia: a waking dream of Mexico.” If you haven't had the chance to see it during their American opening in San Francisco last winter, rush...

March 7, 2017No Comments

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