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Tinder Dates and how to stay safe

Melissa Schraml, Times Staff

February 20, 2020

Some people use dating apps for random hookups or to get back into dating. It's pretty straightforward at first, messaging a potential partner but what happens when you meet them in person? Sometimes we don’t always use our...

Student Services on Campus

Student Services on Campus

February 20, 2020

Journalism teaches life skills

Jasper Somera, Times Staff

February 19, 2020

It’s been four weeks since I began my first journalism course, Intro to Media Production, with Professor Farideh Dada and two words can sum up my experience so far: thrilling and enjoyable. This course places you in a professional...

Late start courses arrive at SJCC

Forrest Canton, Times Staff

February 19, 2020

Late start courses allow students to register for courses at SJCC after the add codes deadline. Examples of late start courses include: CIS-017B-101-an online computer course ENGL-001A-136-an English course READ-1...

SJCC staff plan to create more LGBTQ safe zones on campus

Graham Moore, Times Staff

February 19, 2020

Many colleges have a GSA club where all students, regardless of orientation and gender, can meet and talk about issues in a safe place. Carlos Garcia, a business major and the LGBTQ student representative, is starting a Gay Straight...

Technoference spreads globally

Jasper Somera, Editor-in-Chief

February 17, 2020

Experts say Technoference, the tendency to check phones or electronic devices constantly, affects social interactions and can cause anxiety and loneliness.  “Being too engaged in our technologies is not satisfying our n...

SJCC Vietnamese Student Association to celebrate Lunar New Year

Miu Dang, Times Staff

February 6, 2020

San Jose City College Vietnamese Student Association will celebrate their first Lunar New Year celebration on Feb. 6. Lunar New Year is the first day of the Lunar Calendar. It is very important for everybody to go back home on these da...

Celebrating 100 years of SJCC and how the campus has changed

Zoe Goddard, Times Staff

February 1, 2020

San Jose City College opened its doors in September 1921, and it is still operating today as one of the oldest colleges in California. The college’s main draw for students is the nursing program, cosmetology and workforce...

SJCC offers degrees in laser technology

Mikie Negrete, Times Staff

February 1, 2020

San Jose City College is “the only college in the Bay Area that offers two certificates and an associate of science degree in laser technology,” said SJCC instructor Sydney Sukuta. “We have people coming in here with...

Tips to maintain a positive outlook on life

Daijunay Turner, Times Staff

January 31, 2020

Keeping a positive mindset through the New Year and the long run is imperative in making sure the year is full of new adventures and happiness. According to “10 Tips for a Happier and Smarter Life” from InnerEngineering.com, there are a few ways to maintain a positive m...

2020 SJCC Campus Map

January 31, 2020

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