City College Times

Academic Senate Meeting report in Sept. 18

Larry Harris

October 3, 2012

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The accreditation report and accreditation work are on track. “I think we are in pretty good shape,” said San Jose City College President Barbara Kavalier. The committee chairs of the various accreditation task forces...

Newspaper classes thrive in face of cuts

Steve Hill

September 27, 2012

Filed under Campus Life, News

The City College Times will continue to be published for the fall semester. The classes that produce the campus newspaper were re- moved from the online Schedule of Classes Aug. 21 but were reinstated one week later by San...

District adopts two budgets

Mark Sheppard

September 27, 2012

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The district administration has adopted two separate budgets for the fiscal year 2012-2013. Both budgets are determined by the outcome of Proposition 30, the school and public safety protection act, Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax...

Act delays deportation

Reymar Llanes

September 27, 2012

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The Deferred Act grants immigrants who qualify a chance to receive an identification card and a temporary social security card. The United States Department of Homeland Security announced the Deferred Act 60 days before it...

SJCCPD fires hiree

Patrick Loera

September 27, 2012

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Campus police officer Josh Lewis, the most recent officer to be terminated, was just about to finish up his probation period as a new officer when he was terminated for what sources say was unjust. “I was told to do something...

New VP hired amid controversy

Linh Nguyen

September 6, 2012

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This fall semester SJCC welcomes Tammeil Gilkerson as the new interim vice president of Academic Affair, whose base salary starts at $135,164, while some staff and students dispute the purported benefits of the position. In...

This may be the last issue of the City College Times

Steve Hill

September 5, 2012

Filed under Campus Life, News

The San Jose City College Times may cease production if 20 students are not enrolled by Tuesday, September 4. The class was removed from the schedule of classes August 21 and reinstated August 27. All previously registered...

New limits on dropping classes

Cordell Kintner

September 5, 2012

Filed under News

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Toilet paper caper

May 26, 2012

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