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Who’s at fault for the month-long shutdown?

February 26, 2019

Filed under News, Opinion

BY MIKIE NEGRETE TIMES STAFF In the days leading up to the longest government shutdown the United States has ever seen, the media was pummeling viewers and readers alike with stories revolving aroun...

Students review how biology and culture shape identities

February 5, 2019

Filed under News

BY KAYNE GALLEGOS TIMES STAFF The way you look at the world, and themselves, is made up of who you are, and who you think you are, as students had learned last semester. The students of Com...

San Jose Evergreen Community College District Selects New Chancellor

Kayne Gallegos, Times Staff

December 6, 2018

Filed under Campus Life, News

Who: Dr. Byron Breland What: He was selected to be Chancellor of the school district. Where: San Jose-Evergreen Community College District When: November 2018, though Breland has been serving as interim Chancellor since July....

Election 2018: Newsom and Cox battle for California

Mikie Negret, Times Staff

November 6, 2018

Filed under News, Showcase

  In the 2018 midterm elections, voters in California will elect a candidate to succeed Jerry Brown as governor in addition to deciding on propositions crucial to the future of the state. The two candidates running...

Dia de los muertos at SJCC

Daniel Zaring, Times Staff

October 23, 2018

Filed under Briefs, Campus Life, Lifestyle

For those who observe Dia de los Muertos, there will be related events host on the San Jose City College campus during the week. Dia de los Muertos is a holiday of Mexican origins which celebrates the spirits of the deceased....

SJCC trip to japan

October 18, 2018

Filed under Briefs, Showcase

Spearheaded by the San Jose City College Nihon-Kai Club, a trip to japan is being prepared during the winter intersession in early 2019. the trip is January 12 through January 21, and the cost is $ 3,900 dollars total, with...

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