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Technology thief strikes

Marissa Trigos

March 5, 2013

Filed under News

San Jose City College campus police are conducting an investigation regard-ing the recurring thefts in the broadcast-ing class and campus radio station. The thefts started in the fall of 2012 and have continued into the first...

Accreditation status comes clean

Linh Nguyen

February 24, 2013

Filed under News

After three years of effort and commitment, the San Jose City College accreditation status has finally come back clean. This assures the two most important things to students on campus: Transferable credits and financial aid. “This...

Students from around the globe connect to enhance their education

Leah Smith

February 19, 2013

Filed under Campus Life, News

Courtesy of Carol Vasquez                 For international students the International Students Program at San Jose City College is a home away from home. The SJCC International Students Program has been here for more ...

Intruder interrupts youth soccer practice

Patrick Loera

February 6, 2013

Filed under News

[portfolio_slideshow id=7057] At approximately 7:15 p.m. on Feb. 4, a man ran onto the football field in Jaguar Stadium at San Jose City College in the middle of a youth soccer practice. “There was sort of a disturbance...

Lockdown update: No gunman found on campus

Steve Hill

January 16, 2013

Filed under News

The lockdown of San Jose City College was lifted after a campus-wide police search failed to turn up a suspected gunman. District Police Chief Ray Aguirre said the search did not turn up a suspect, and he did not know if the...

Tragedy and Triumph: The Day Zach Caires’ Life Changed Forever

Contributor

December 9, 2012

Filed under News

By Bryan A. Sanchez/CONTRIBUTOR The night was dark and cold. He unknowingly strode into danger. What he didn’t know would change his life in an instant. Zachariah Caires, 21, better known as Zach, was a machining stud...

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