City College Times

AS provides help for tutoring program

Brandon Berthelsen

February 15, 2011

The Associated Student Council held its first meeting for the spring semester, and the council has hit the ground running. Leslie Rice, instructor of the Avanzamos peer tutors pilot program, convinced the council to tap into a...

No need to buy books

Zizly Flores

February 1, 2011

Students struggle to buy their books and supplies every semester. Thanks to the many new book rental websites, students can finally afford textbooks for their classes by renting them for the term. These rental books cost hundreds...

Profile: Jennifer Neil

Profile: Jennifer Neil

February 1, 2011

Students at risk of asbestos exposure

Daniel Ho

November 29, 2010

The second floor of San Jose City College’s racquetball court building was unofficially closed at the Facilities Committee meeting on Nov. 8. The committee cited the lack of ventilation and unsafe amounts of asbestos in...

Student heads donation drive

Wendy Ruiz

November 29, 2010

When thinking about Thanksgiving, most have visions of turkey, sweet potato and pumpkin pie. However others who are less fortunate and do not have a place to stay warm when it’s Thanksgiving night. Thanksgiving is a day to...

Times staff lauded for work

Times staff lauded for work

November 15, 2010

Dedicated to SJCC

Dedicated to SJCC

November 15, 2010

Leadership needed on Campus

Editorial Board

November 15, 2010

The Institute for Higher Education & Leadership Policy at Cal State Sacramento recently finished its six-year-study tracking 250,000 students from California’s 112 Community Colleges. The report, released Oct. 19, found that...

Keep the peace, SJCC

Amarah Enkil

October 25, 2010

School can get stressful. That’s a fact. When it does, what can you do? Often students are stressed and stay stressed because they don’t know what to do to relax. If that has happened or is happening to you, don’t worry,...

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