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European pagan festivals mark the change of seasons

Anton Vladimir, Times Staff

February 19, 2020

Although many celebrations are believed to be derived from Christianity, certain Slavic cultures such as those in Czechia, Poland, Slovakia and Ukraine still practice festivals that predate the world’s most followed religion. One...

Santana Row Lunar New Year festival happens Saturday

Saul Gonzalez Espidio, Times Staff

February 7, 2020

The Year of the Rat Lunar New Year festival will take place Feb. 8 at Santana Row. The celebration is open to the public and runs from noon on Saturday until 4 p.m.   Different cultural performances will take place in...

Hiking to one the best views in Yosemite Valley

Jeremy Walker, Times Staff

December 19, 2019

One of the most breathtaking sights in Yosemite Valley is the 3,000-foot granite wall, El Capitan. For some, “I want to touch it” is the immediate reaction to the stunning spectacle but getting to the base of El Capitan...

A free app for creating podcasts

Jerrald McMillion, Times Staff

December 19, 2019

Spreaker is a free podcast creator app and can be used in building your platform's listener count. Your Podcast home gives you everything you need to create, distribute and monetize your podcast. Spreaker Studio is for all l...

Internet safety

Internet safety

November 19, 2019

Earthquake safety

Daijunay Turner, Times Staff

November 4, 2019

Campus wide earthquake preparedness drill was carried out on October 17th, 2019 at San Jose City College called The Great Shakeout drill the alert was a text sent out . “I do think about what to do during an earthquake. Although...

Recycling in the U.S.

K. Andrea Meza Flores, Times Staff

September 23, 2019

Americans use a lot of plastics everyday. For a time, people’s livelihood has been supplemented with recycling, especially with China’s connection to it. This will no longer be the case with the current state of trade with...

Moving?

Krissy Tobey, Times Staff

May 23, 2019

Boxes can come from anywhere – check your friends and neighbors before you purchase any. Bubble wrap may be necessary, but towels and clothing usually work just as well. As soon as possible, put non-necessary items i...

How to handle harassment

Alan Williams, Times Staff

April 8, 2019

SJCC student Dania Tomayo, a 21 year old nursing major, said that she knows of someone who has been harassed. “They stopped showing up to school for two months because they were frightened. They went to a teacher but this person...

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