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Lockdown update: No gunman found on campus

Steve Hill

January 16, 2013

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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


December 9, 2012

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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...

News brief: SJCC Men’s basketball team suspects in theft

November 30, 2012

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BREAKING NEWS: Members of the SJCC men's basketball team are among the suspects in a theft that occurred in the men's locker room on Nov. 22 at SJCC. President Barbara Kavalier decided to forfeit the team’s Nov. 23 game. ...

Proposition 30 passed

Linh Nguyen

November 20, 2012

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With the passage of Proposition 30 on Nov. 8, approximately $700,000 will be funded into the San Jose Evergreen Community College District’s budget. “It is clear that Proposition 30 is aimed at restoring lost access...

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November 7, 2012

Accreditation report shows progress

Linh Nguyen

October 23, 2012

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Transferable credits and financial aid, two things students care most about at San Jose City College, are on the line because of the accreditation status. The latest work in the effort to keep the school's accreditation is...

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