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When mommy wasn’t the greatest

When mommy wasn’t the greatest

March 11, 2019

BY KRISSY TOBEY TIMES STAFF   “Just because he’s got boogers, doesn’t mean he doesn’t also have a point.” I didn’t teach it to him. I didn’t think...

Magnolia Lonero and Karla Andrea Meza Flores celebrate at the JACC 2019 Norcal conference at San Jose State University.

City College Times wins at state journalism convention

Times Staff April 21, 2020

The Journalism Association of Community Colleges awarded San Jose City College Times four awards for its work during the spring and fall 2019 semesters. The 65th Annual JACC State Convention 2020 in...

City College Times fall 2019 staff pose for a group shot in the newsroom.

The Times wins 6 awards at state contest

March 17, 2020

The City College Times, the winner of six awards in the California News Publishers Association contest, is a top-five finalist in the 2019 California Journalism Awards Campus Contest in the following categories: ...

Musgraves gives the sold out crowd everything they asked for at The Masonic in San Francisco on Feb. 16.

Kacey’s Tiring Big Week

Joeanna Lopez, Times Staff February 26, 2019

  Six days after sweeping at the Grammys, Kacey Musgraves said at The Masonic in San Francisco on Feb. 16, “before the show tonight, I was like ‘Man, I’m so tired,’” confessing to...

Debugging the gender gap in software engineering

Debugging the gender gap in software engineering

Alex Martinet, Times Staff September 1, 2016

“We have an issue here around addressing people showing up fully as they’re in the industry,“ said Toni Vanwinkle, senior director of service management, Adobe.  The Silicon Valley is trying to...

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