City College Times

SJCC implements new safety measures

Janelle Jones

October 18, 2010

A police arrest occurred on Oct. 5 at San Jose City College. The alledged attacker was not a student, according to Campus Police Chief Ray Aguirre. The victim, a student at SJCC, allegedly was assaulted by this man. The suspect...

Rutgers student’s death impacts online community

Analicia Najera

October 18, 2010

On the evening of Sept. 19 in New Jersey, Rutger’s freshman Dharun Ravi, 18, placed a camera in the dorm room he shared with roommate, Tyler Clementi, after knowing that the room was going to be occupied for the night. Ravi...

Rent it or buy it

Diane Macias

October 4, 2010

The 2010 fall semester started a new program that opens up more options for students budgets. “Our Goal is to provide the best option available for students, used books is best in value renting books is second best” said Gina...

Fear and loathing at “Ground Zero”


October 4, 2010

By Jim Kenney Contributing writer For days, headlines have been dominated by the disturbing story of a Florida church’s proposed burning of the Koran on the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. And this story doesn’t ...

Sexual assaults rock the campus

Pearl Quinto

October 4, 2010

Student and faculty safety is at risk due to a shortage in police staff. There have been three reported sexual assaults on the San Jose City College campus. Although there was no dispatcher working at SJCC police office,...

Ground Zero mosque debate

Analicia Najera

September 20, 2010

The San Jose City College Philosophy Club hosted an open forum on Sept. 9 in the Student Center discussing the controversial planning of the Ground Zero Mosque in New York. Also discussed was a history of Muslims. Philosophy...

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