City College Times

San Jose City College Times earns state awards

Jerica Lowman

April 25, 2012

Filed under Campus Life, News

Web Editor Steve Hill and Photo Editor Stephanie Smith, staff members of the San Jose City College Times, brought home photography awards from the Journalism Association of Community Colleges conference in Burbank, Calif., on...

No vigil for Fla. shooting victim

Jon Caires

April 10, 2012

Filed under Campus Life, News

By Jon Caires and Olivia Payne There was no appearance made by any of the Associated Student members who scheduled a vigil in honor of Trayvon Martin at 11 a.m. on Thursday, March 29. The AS advertised Wednesday on its Facebook ...

Summer classes next for chopping block

March 20, 2012

Filed under News

By Linh Nguyen and Olivia Payne / Times Staff Larry Harris / Contributor Summer classes are at risk of 40 percent cuts. The decision of summer school reduction was discussed at the Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday, M...

Longtime English teacher loses her fight with cancer

Steve Hill

March 7, 2012

Filed under Campus Life, News

Kathleen Colligan, an English instructor at San Jose City College, who used her talent to help students negotiate life’s challenges inside and outside the classroom, died of complications from breast cancer Jan. 5. She was 64. She...

San Jose City College remains on accreditation probation

Linh Nguyen

March 7, 2012

Filed under Campus Life, News

BY LINH NGUYEN/TIMES STAFF AND LARRY HARRIS/CONTRIBUTOR The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges said in a January letter that San Jose City College will remain on probation. The letter also contained...

Gov. Jerry Brown taps local talent for Board of Governors’ seat

Steve Hill

March 2, 2012

Filed under Campus Life, News

Gov. Jerry Brown has reappointed Danny Hawkins, systems administrator for San Jose Evergreen Community College District, to the California Community College Board of Governors. “Gov. Brown first appointed me to the classified...

State of the budget reform

Jon Caires

February 22, 2012

Filed under News

At Mayor Chuck Reed’s State of the City Address on Thursday, Feb. 9 at the Civic Auditorium, the mayor was intent on highlighting his role as a fiscal reformer. “The budget deficit is public enemy No. 1, an enemy that will...

Numbers are low for transferring up

Jerica Lowman

February 22, 2012

Filed under Campus Life, News

There was an increase in the number of student applications to the University of California system compared to student applications to California State Universities. “Our numbers for the CSU are fairly steady, and they’ve...

No full-time faculty for Journalism Program

Steve Hill

February 10, 2012

Filed under News

San Jose City College President Barbara Kavalier rejected a December recommendation by the Academic Senate to hire a full-time faculty member for the Journalism Program, which produces the campus newspaper, City College Times. Kavalier...

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