City College Times

Election won’t matter to schools

Editorial Board

November 20, 2012

Filed under Opinion

When ranked against other countries, America is 25th in math, which doesn’t seem like a problem until you factor in that most Americans can’t name 25 countries. As a nation, we sit in 13th place in overall education, ranking...

September 11 anniversary

Editorial Board

November 20, 2012

Filed under Opinion

The discrimination after 9/11 typecasted Muslims. Post-9/11 America was a new and strange place, seething with a sense of unity; a unity rooted in separatism, the composition of America held together by a prejudice of its parts,...

Letter from editorial staff

Editorial Board

November 20, 2012

Filed under Opinion

The Times has received two comments on the newspaper’s website associating the photo of the hair show winner’s costume, “Dances with Wolves,” as “racist.”  The readers were offended by the designer’s depiction...

My father’s glasses

Contributor

November 1, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Contributed article by Sassan Pedram ”Children begin by loving their parents. After a time, they judge them. Rarely, if ever, do they forgive them,” Oscar Wilde. I never walked a mile in my father shoes until I put on h...

Letter to the editor: VTA should improve schedule readability

October 23, 2012

Filed under Opinion

I believe that the VTA should have a color code for the schedule of the bus lines. I know that this is a good idea and creative plan to improve the commute. First, better visibility. There will be less need to search on the bus...

SJCC lacks shared governance

Editorial Board

October 23, 2012

Filed under Opinion

The accreditation report lists “shared governance” as a paramount problem of San Jose City College; the failure to cooperate between administration and the Academic Senate is a known issue. This month’s accreditation visit will address if this is...

Brotherhood equals victory

Patrick Loera

October 23, 2012

Filed under Opinion

There have been many reasons for war—land, religion, freedom and football. Regardless, it always relies on a population united for one purpose. The problem with Jaguars football is unity. They are not playing as a team. They...

History and art; reflecting on the new fine arts building

Merry Le

October 16, 2012

Filed under Opinion

   Photos of new Fine Arts Building by Merry Le San Jose City College is a famous college with a long history. It is located in the center of  San Jose City in a valley called “Valley of Yellow Flowers." The fine arts ...

Is it the fans?

Patrick Loera

September 27, 2012

Filed under Opinion, Sports

It’s the final possession in the fourth quarter. Your team is 40 yards from the end zone. They are down by five points, and there is only 10 seconds left in the game. A field goal will not suffice; they need to score a...

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