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Graduation celebrates student accomplishments

Graduation celebrates student accomplishments

Leslie Aguilar, Times Staff

  The first annual Early Childhood Education graduation and community recognition ceremony was held on May 20 in the SJCC gymnasium, from 9 am to 12pm. Over 150 certificates...

May 24, 2017No Comments

Students exposed to dangerous chemicals

Students exposed to dangerous chemicals

Lauren Quilty, Times Staff

Students and faculty were potentially exposed to hazardous chemicals because of broken fume hoods in the Science Building between 2015 and October 2016, before they were repaired...

May 16, 2017No Comments

1,000 SJCC and Evergreen Valley students at risk

Anne Caillat, Times Staff

  A data breach running since spring 2014 on the district security system was discovered in November. The names, date of birth and social security numbers of about...

May 16, 2017No Comments

Library hours extended during finals

Library hours extended during finals

Melissa Maria Martinez, Times Staff

Cesar Chavez Library will be open until 11 p.m. for finals. The decision to extend the hours came after King Library announced they would not be renewing the contract that...

May 16, 2017No Comments

Adobe hosts ‘Let Your Life Speak’ event

Adobe hosts ‘Let Your Life Speak’ event

May 16, 2017

Together, San Jose City College professors and student speaking coaches Shelley Giacalone and Leslyn...

Seeking citizenship

Seeking citizenship

May 15, 2017

San Jose City College hosted a “Citizenship Workshop” in the campus gym to assist immigrants with...

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

February 27, 2017

Nearly 200,000 people participated in “Sister’s Marches” in Oakland, San Francisco and San Jose...

Transitional students

February 27, 2017

The Associated Student Government of San Jose City College is trying to implement a law that they passed...

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Graduation celebrates student accomplishments

Graduation celebrates student accomplishments

May 24, 2017

  The first annual Early Childhood Education graduation and community recognition ceremony was...

Students and faculty welcome anti-racist activist Tim Wise

Students and faculty welcome anti-racist activist Tim Wise

May 24, 2017

  San Jose City College students had a chance to engage in a conversation about the social and...

Tutoring equals success

Tutoring equals success

May 15, 2017

  San Jose City College offers many opportunities for students to receive assistance from tutors...

Unveil the undiscovered masterpieces

February 27, 2017

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

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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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Offending the First Amendment

Offending the First Amendment

Reginald Webb, Times Staff

The Republican students at UC Berkeley are undoubtedly crafty in sparking a debate about free speech on their campus, but they are completely wrong about the First Amendment as it relates to them as students and the college’s...

May 16, 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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