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Viva Calle

September 26, 2017

New programs and services are available

Leslie Aguilar, Times Staff

September 5, 2017

San Jose City College now offers a variety of new degrees, programs and certifications starting this semester. Sociology and political science degrees were approved during the 2016-2017 school year, and are now available to...

1,000 SJCC and Evergreen Valley students at risk

Anne Caillat, Times Staff

May 16, 2017

  A data breach running since spring 2014 on the district security system was discovered in November. The names, date of birth and social security numbers of about 1,000 of spring 2013 students and about 150 employees...

Seeking citizenship

Seeking citizenship

May 15, 2017

200,000 take part in the Women’s March in Bay Area

Anne Caillat, Times Staff

February 27, 2017

Nearly 200,000 people participated in “Sister’s Marches” in Oakland, San Francisco and San Jose on Saturday, Jan. 21, supporting the Washington D.C. Women’s March, according to Women’s March Bay Area website. Olivia...

Transitional students

Jordan Elliott, Times Staff

February 27, 2017

The Associated Student Government of San Jose City College is trying to implement a law that they passed in January for the showers in the campus locker rooms to be made available to assist transitional students with unstable...

The United States of Russia?

Melissa Maria Martinez, Times Staff

February 27, 2017

A report released by the Center of Intelligence indicates that Russia played a role in the outcome of the U.S. presidential election, which raises concerns as to why Russian President, Vladimir Putin would prefer the U.S. under...

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