City College Times

MLK hours extend far enough for SJSU students only

Reginald Webb, Times Staff

December 5, 2017

Filed under Briefs, Opinion

In the last spring semester 2017, it was brought to the attention of San Jose City’s Associated student government that the contract with San Jose State extending study hours would not be renewed. This decision applied to five...

STEM cohort exposes students to fundamentals

Rudrik Suthar, Times Staff

November 14, 2017

Filed under Briefs, Campus Life

This semester San Jose City College implemented their second STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) core cohort as part of Silicon Valley Engineering Tech Pathways grant. Four core classes make up the curriculum: ge...

SafeZone coordinator previews Transgender Awareness Event

Tammy Do, Times Staff

November 7, 2017

Filed under Briefs, Campus Life

SafeZone and the President's Arts and Lectures series is hosting a panel of four transgender and genderqueer panelists who will speak on their experiences Thursday, Nov. 16, from 12:15-1:30 p.m. in T415, in recognition of Transgender...

District gives students access to 2016 Office 365

Melissa Maria Martinez, Times Staff

November 7, 2017

Filed under Briefs, Opinion

Students can download Microsoft Office Applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint on up to five computers free. San Jose Evergreen Community College District began offering Office 365 to students in April 2013. The resource...

Corrections and Clarifications for 11/7/17: Locksmith and names

November 7, 2017

Filed under Briefs, Letter to the Editor

In the last issue (Oct. 26), the Times published a story about a key order backlog (“Locksmith leaves staff scrambling”), which prompted a flood of email feedback from readers, including the subject of the story, district...

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