City College Times

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...

Speak Out: What kind of services on campus are you not satisfied with?

January 30, 2013

Filed under Opinion

COMPILED BY MARIA LAURA MIRAMON AND JULIAN CASTILLO/TIMES STAFF   Kimberly Candia Major: Pre-Nursing Age: 25 Financial aid. They don’t return phone calls. They are rude when you go see them. They are non-respo...

Rising costs affect value of education

Editorial Board

January 29, 2013

Filed under Opinion

When you buy a car you take a lot of factors into account. First, you make some rough assessment of the value of the car, by which you make some quasi-calculations in your head about what you think the car is worth, and after...

The ears have it

Contributor

December 16, 2012

Filed under Opinion

By Anthony Adrian Xavier Pino/Contributor   I am an auditory person. I’ve learned this through repeated formal assessments and life experiences. They all say the same thing: The human voice and its words are my primary w...

Editorial cartoon

Scott Ghinazzi

December 11, 2012

Filed under Opinion

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Editorial: Students journalists need cooperation from community

Editorial Board

December 11, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Editor and columnist Walter Lippmann said, “The theory of the free press is that the truth will emerge from free reporting and free discussion, not that it will be presented perfectly and instantly in any one account.” The...

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...

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