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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...

E-cigarette use poses serious health issues

Mehreen Ehsan, Times Staff

February 19, 2020

E-cigarettes were ostensibly sold to help cigarette users quit smoking tobacco. However, rather than helping smokers quit, they are creating more users — specifically among the youth. With the increased usage by minors, there...

NBA legend Kobe Bryant leaves a legacy on and off the court

Mikie Negrete and Chaniya Trotter, Times Staff

February 19, 2020

Individuals around the sports world and beyond are still struggling to come to terms with the sudden deaths of Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others in a helicopter crash near Calabasas, California, on...

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...

Coronavirus becoming a global crisis

Junjie Qiu, Times Staff

February 19, 2020

The World Health Organization held an emergency meeting on Jan. 31 and declared a public health emergency of international measures over the global outbreak of 2019nCoV, the new name for the coronavirus. Coronaviruses (CoV)...

San Jose Jazz Winter Fest brings an intimate music experience to downtown

Mila Le, Times Staff

February 17, 2020

San Jose Jazz, a public benefit corporation, presents San Jose Jazz Winter Fest, a series of over 20 intimate shows at venues all over San Jose. The event runs Feb. 14 through Feb. 29 and will include artists from all over the w...

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...

Chalk festival coming this weekend

K. Andrea Meza Flores, Times Staff

September 19, 2019

What: Luna Park Foundation’s Chalk Art Festival http://www.lunaparkarts.org/festival When: Saturday and Sunday at 10am to 5pm Where: Backesto Park San Jose 551 N 13th St, San Jose, CA 95112 ...

Viva Calle San Jose on Sunday!

K. Andrea Meza Flores, Times Staff

September 19, 2019

What: Viva Calle https://www.vivacallesj.org/ When: Sunday at 10am to 3pm Where: Rose Garden to Backesto Park (Start) Rose Garden: Naglee Avenue & Dana Ave, San Jose, CA 95216 (Finish) Backesto P...

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