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Remaining vigilant

Daryl Von Dunker, Times Staff

February 27, 2017

Crime on campus is low but when it does occur it can cost your money, time, effort and personal data – leaving you wide-open to identity theft. “There were a total of 10 thefts that occurred between Sept. 1, 2015, and Nov....

November is Transgender Awareness Month

MICHELLE BLAIR, GUEST WRITER

November 22, 2016

We live in times more prone than ever to hatredbased violence. During the month of November, let’s be aware of acceptance of all members of our campus, of our neighborhoods and our world. Nov. 14 – 20 Transgender Awareness...

Innovative educational opportunities at the Milpitas Education Center

MELISSA MARIA MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF

November 22, 2016

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held at San Jose City’s new college’ extension, the Milpitas Education Center Tuesday, Oct. 25. “Its clear that this facility is an important investment,” SJCC President Byron Breland said....

Canvas vs. Moodle

Canvas vs. Moodle

October 11, 2016

Villains and Superheroes

Villains and Superheroes

October 11, 2016

What is Bond Measure X?

Melissa Maria Martinez, Times Staff

October 6, 2016

What is Measure X? Measure X is a $748 million bond the district is asking taxpayers to approve in the upcoming November election. What will the bond fund? Bond measures have been used to keep school facilities safe an...

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