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Do’s and don’ts for students

Larry Harris

February 4

Filed under Opinion

Dear new student, welcome to San Jose City College. Here are few do’s and don’ts to make your stay a SJCC a successful one. First thing, and possibly your most important task to ensure your college success, is to purchase...

Book helps young adults

Taylor Atkinson

February 4

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Opinion

Fagan's new book guides readers through jobs, relationships and more “I’m Only Here for the WiFi,” by Chelsea Fagan, does a great job explaining how to navigate life in your twenties. The book is easy to read, and it...

No place for hatred

December 10

Filed under Opinion

Outraged students gathered at the 1968 Olympic statue on the campus of San Jose State University to protest alleged activities that no one would be thankful for. The students were protesting allegations of what we consider...

Speak out: What work-study program would most benefit students?

Marc Serrano

December 10

Filed under Opinion

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How to apply for a work-study program

Roland Bough

December 10

Filed under Opinion

Three simple steps to land the gig Earn $10 an hour and up to $3,000 per academic year with an on-campus job. Step One Fill out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Once you have your FAFSA ready make sure ...

Letters to the editor

December 10

Filed under Opinion

Fresh and Natural gives its response Dear editor, Fresh and Natural would like to respond to your recent article dated Nov.19, 2013, about our cafeteria food services. Fresh & Natural prides itself on preparing all foods...

Chancellor’s views do not fit with college academics

December 10

Filed under Opinion

Academic freedom--the core value of American colleges--is hardly well at San Jose City College because the college chancellor has enacted the beginnings of a speech code telling professors how to behave on campus. This should...

Stale and unnatural

November 21

Filed under Opinion

Cafeterias fail to satisfy appetites and budgets The Fresh and Natural cafe at San Jose City College does not seem to be so fresh or natural. When in a time crunch, it is nearly impossible to find a meal that is cheap, nutritious...

Speak out: What do you think of the cafeteria food?

Marc Serrano

November 21

Filed under Opinion

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Galbraith attempts to solve poverty

Larry Harris

November 19

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Opinion

“The Nature of Mass Poverty” by John Kenneth Galbraith can open minds to the deeper issues surrounding mass poverty and provide practical solutions to aiding countries whose citizens find themselves living in poverty. John...

Making decisions to better serve students

November 5

Filed under Opinion

San Jose City College’s fiscal picture looks bright. Revenue projections from property taxes jumped from $1.7 million to more than $3 million, money that can be spent on student support programs. All students at SJCC should...

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