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Unnecessary laws being passed

William Boenisch

September 26, 2013

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Do you own a dog? Are you willing to give it away at a moment's notice? [portfolio_slideshow id=8749] What if your dog was taken away? When you decide to own a dog stereotyped as overly aggressive, including pit bulls and...

Students should value and understand First Amendment

September 6, 2013

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The first amendment of the United States of America,should be used more at a junior colleges.In particular San Jose City College, because students seem to have forgotten why we have it. In basic terms, the first amendment is...

Technology kills personal relationships

Gary Mountain

September 6, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Competition for students’ time has been significantly impacted by the increase of technology. In 1969 when I first attended San Jose City College, students did not walk down the aisles staring at or talking on their cell phones. Students...

Speak Out: In what ways can the Associated Student Government improve next year?

Mary Carpenter

May 17, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Gabriel Velasquez Major: Undecided Age: 25 There should be an easier way to make suggestions directly toward the ASG. Also make it easier to get in contact with them with ideas.     Sergio Molina ...

No representation without taxation

March 19, 2013

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The student body are not being given the same rights as some students on campus. Without informing many of us, the Associated Student Government has decided that only a specific group of people on campus has the right to vote...

Editorial Faceoff: Two sides of awareness months

March 19, 2013

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Cultural awareness is the key to cultural acceptance in this country Understanding the history and significance behind cultural celebration months is the key to accepting them as something helpful to our culture in America. Trace ...

SJCC counseling marred by conflicting answers

Mary Carpenter

March 5, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Entering college can be an intimidating task for some students, where there is minimal room for errors when it comes to gradua-tion and transfer requirements. A majority of students have come to heavily rely on counselors to...

In search for a more secure campus

Editorial Board

February 25, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Though the school’s top priority is to educate, protecting students, faculty and staff is also very important. San Jose City College needs a better security system. The lockdown incident during the fall 2012 semester at th...

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