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Faculty and admin do not bond over bond money

Marissa Trigos

May 14, 2013

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An uproar has occurred over how San Jose City College is spending approximately $31 million of the money they were given from the Measure G-2010 Bond. Some faculty members say they do not feel the building of the Media Arts...

Payphone may return

Michael Barajas

May 14, 2013

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Payphones may return to San Jose City College. A 500 signature petition was collected by the Associated Student Government in support of reinstalling payphones on campus. The ASG approved $650 for a payphone on April 17,...

Adjunct center move rejected

April 30, 2013

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The College Planning Council voted down the recommendation to move the adjunct faculty center to the Learning Resource Center on April 19. The vote was split 9-6, with the majority being against the move. Those who voted against...

Eco Pass postponed

Michael Barajas

April 30, 2013

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Eco Pass gets sent back to the drawing board after being removed from the upcoming General Election ballot. Mike Casas got word on Monday that the Eco Pass would not be included in Tuesday’s board meeting on April 23. This...

Meeting Highlights

Larry Harris

April 18, 2013

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San Jose Evergreen Community College District approved the new student body Senate Constitution. The new form of government is expected to be more representative of the student body and also provide more manpower to accomplish...

Eco Pass is on hold

Michael Barajas

April 11, 2013

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San Jose City College students passed Eco Pass, but Board of Trustees, has yet to approve it. Students were able to pass Eco Pass, voting 75 percent in favor for it during the March 6 to March 8 election. Associated Student P...

New counseling dean appointed

Marissa Trigos

April 11, 2013

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He has run the San Francisco Marathon across the Golden Gate Bridge twice. The first time he participated in this marathon was 15 years ago. He decided to do the marathon on a whim, with a little encouragement from a frien...

Marching to rebuild California’s higher education system

Andy Nguyen

March 19, 2013

Filed under News, Social Justice

This March in March is the time students demonstrated from all over California, about the unfairness or injustice in their community colleges, the big budget cuts, the loss of the 90-unit cap, as well as cut classes that students...

Eco Pass is passed

Michael Barajas

March 19, 2013

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San Jose City College students passed Eco Pass, but Board of Trustees, has yet to approve it. Students were able to pass Eco Pass, voting 75 percent in favor for it during the March 6 to March 8 election. Associated Student...

SJCC addresses safety

Larry Harris

March 19, 2013

Filed under News

Campus college safety measures are in the works. More than 100 security cameras may be set up throughout the entire San Jose City College campus, according to the new safety measures that were presented by the Vice President...

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