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STEM cohort exposes students to fundamentals

Rudrik Suthar, Times Staff

November 14, 2017No Comments

This semester San Jose City College implemented their second STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) core cohort as part of Silicon Valley Engineering Tech Pathways grant. Four core c...

SafeZone coordinator previews Transgender Awareness Event

Tammy Do, Times Staff

November 7, 2017No Comments

SafeZone and the President's Arts and Lectures series is hosting a panel of four transgender and genderqueer panelists who will speak on their experiences Thursday, Nov. 16, from 12:15-1:30 p.m. in T415,...

Founder of Robotics and Automation Club is new student trustee

November 7, 2017

Founder and president of the Robotics and Automation Club Joseph Heady is the new San Jose City Colleg...

Preview: International Education Week is “Promoting Mutual Understanding”

November 7, 2017

This year’s International Education Week activities will expose participants to several cultures and...

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Campus Life

Campus cub care by 2019

Melissa Maria Martinez, Times Staff

November 7, 2017No Comments

San Jose City College President Breland has declared his intention to build a child development center on campus, according to a document read by vice president Jorge Escobar at the Facilities and Safety...

Preview: ‘Connected Through Dance’

Preview: ‘Connected Through Dance’

Tammy Do, Times Staff

November 7, 2017No Comments

“Do everything, or not at all!” Dance student Tara Franklin addresses her dancers sharply as they lift their legs as part of a complicated floor sequence. As they go through the section one mo...

‘Hot Mess’ on campus

October 17, 2017

From now until Nov. 12 the Climate Change Theater Action initiative is taking place around the world...

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Lifestyle

Act of Human Kindness: Socks the cat

Act of Human Kindness: Socks the cat

Magnolia Lonero, Times Staff

October 19, 2017

There are so many gifts we as humans have, and one of our main gifts, is how smart we are compared to other creatures of this planet we live on. Although there may be a lot of attributes to our minds and...

  • The Day of the Dead October 17, 2017
  • Dear Jazzy: Cigarettes and girlfriend don’t mix October 16, 2017

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Opinion

District gives students access to 2016 Office 365

Melissa Maria Martinez, Times Staff

November 7, 2017

Students can download Microsoft Office Applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint on up to five computers free. San Jose Evergreen Community College District began offering Office 365 to students in...

Editorial: Restoring critical thinking in higher education

Editorial: Restoring critical thinking in higher education

Reginald Webb, Times Staff

October 16, 2017

The complete abject failure of the American political process is the result of the growing unwillingness of adults to think critically about problems and the solutions they arrive at to solve them.  We a...

How safe should a campus be?

October 16, 2017

The horrible tragedy in Las Vegas reminds us all how serious violence in America is becoming. The proximity...

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Arts and Entertainment

KJCC finds temporary home

KJCC finds temporary home

Tammy Do, Times Staff

October 16, 2017

It’s a setting out of Phantom of the Opera – a dark room in a seemingly forgotten corner of the building, the row of old vanities missing their light bulbs along the wall, the boxes of old costumes ...

  • Local artist ‘Embracing Uncertainty’ September 26, 2017
  • ‘Evolution of Beauty’ May 15, 2017

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The Voice of San Jose City College since 1956
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