City College Times

Summer classes reduced

Summer classes reduced

March 29, 2011

House plans to cut Pell Grant

Rachel de la Torre

March 15, 2011

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The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a bill that proposes a 15 percent reduction in the maximum Pell Grant award. Currently at $5,550, the reduction would take effect fall 2011. Awarded to almost nine million students...

College placed on probation

February 15, 2011

Meet the President

February 1, 2011

Dream Act rally starts on Dec. 3

Analicia Najera

November 29, 2010

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SJCC M.E.Ch.A club hosted their 2nd annual Dream-In for SJCC students on Nov. 9 to advocate the AB 540/ Immigration Education issue. The night consisted of a couple speakers, music, food and hot drinks. “They may not even...

Chancellor follows up on accreditation exit briefing

Olivia Payne

November 15, 2010

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On Oct. 21 the College Visiting Team left recommendations at an exit briefing by Dr. John Morton, Team Chair. “The school was not surprised about the Accreditation site review recommendations,” said Rita Cepeda. San...

To pass or not to pass

Jessie Wilson

October 25, 2010

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Reading the San Jose magazine, the METRO, one can’t help but notice the number of ads for cannabis dispensaries, and home delivery services. San Jose is home to over 80 dispensaries, up from a mere three in 2009. The Cannacademy...

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