City College Times

Dia de los muertos at SJCC

Daniel Zaring, Times Staff

October 23, 2018

For those who observe Dia de los Muertos, there will be related events host on the San Jose City College campus during the week. Dia de los Muertos is a holiday of Mexican origins which celebrates the spirits of the deceased....

SJCC trip to japan

October 18, 2018

Spearheaded by the San Jose City College Nihon-Kai Club, a trip to japan is being prepared during the winter intersession in early 2019. the trip is January 12 through January 21, and the cost is $ 3,900 dollars total, with...

Times wins awards

May 15, 2018

The San Jose City College Times Staff was awarded four awards at California News Publishers Association Awards Banquet held at The Lodge at Sonoma Renaissance Resort & Spa in Sonoma on April 14. The SJCC Times Staff was...

Dental assisting No. 1 in the nation

May 15, 2018 has found SJCC to be the best dental assisting program in the nation. The dental program carries a maximum of 30 students per semester and offers an Associate of Science degree, which is a two-year program. Limited...

Faculty and students pose at the end of the Let Your Life Speak event in downtown San Jose’s Adobe headquarters. From left, top to bottom: Chris Lancaster, Leslyn McCallum, Lilia Huang, Angel Coronado, Steven Sciplin, Ivan Perez, Rachel Davis, Shelley Giacalone, Kris Menge, Sabrina Maciel, Galy Jimenez and Thomas Guiterrez on March 23, 2018.

Let Your Life Speak

April 19, 2018

Working photojournalist tells students to challenge themselves

Tammy Do, Times Staff

March 13, 2018

Randy Vasquez is a video editor with the Bay Area News Group, with his work appearing in its publications including the San Jose Mercury News and the East Bay Times. Vasquez was taking photographs for an ongoing story on a number...

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