City College Times

Taco festival is the talk of the town

Contributor

May 7, 2012

Filed under Opinion

BY WESLEY MOOTS/CONTRIBUTOR   San Jose held its first Taco Festival at History Park in East San Jose. The entrance fee was $10, and the average taco price was $2.00.  About 2,000 people attended the festival alo...

Sexual harassment still a concern on campus

Contributor

May 7, 2012

Filed under Opinion

BY AMBER FAROOQI, CONTRIBUTOR Sexual harassment on school campuses is not a thing of the past. In 2011 the American Association of University Women surveyed nearly 2000 students and found that 48 percent of the students ...

Objectivity lost

Editorial Board

April 25, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Journalists are taught to be objective and unbiased, but no matter what they are taught they all look through a lens of their personality and experiences that may affect their outlook. The problem happening to journalism today...

Bonnie and Clyde: The inattentive boyfriend

April 10, 2012

Filed under Lifestyle, Opinion

By Bonnie and Clyde/Times Staff Dear Bonnie and Clyde, I have a boyfriend that won't take me any place. When he comes over he just wants to stay home, yet he goes all over with his friends. I don't know if he is ashamed...

Many students, too few classes

Jon Marinaro

March 7, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Registration is an issue should be fixed. Classes are already overcrowded and are being filled beyond capacity with late adds and people on the waitlist, while the administration adds classes to the roster without informing students...

Not so instant ramen

Not so instant ramen

December 13, 2011

Editorial: Queers need Safe Space on campus

December 13, 2011

Filed under Opinion

Gay bashing is nothing new, and can be found throughout history. From beating a person because they love the same sex as themselves to calling them a fag for the same reason. The word fag means bundle of sticks, but came to...

Students struggle with holiday budget

Contributor

December 13, 2011

Filed under Opinion

BY LEETA-ROSE BALLESTER CONTRIBUTOR Ramen is on the menu, and the gas tank is empty, but no matter what winter holiday you celebrate, there seems to be a certain expectation that you will give someone some sort of gift, ev...

Free Trade or Free Criminalization

Deyan Ivanovic

December 13, 2011

Filed under Opinion

LSD started out, having been discovered by accident by chemist Albert Hofman in 1938, free from any laws. Now, you can get a life sentence in prison for selling small quantities of it. Laws against possession, being un...

Keep it together, California

Jon Marinaro

November 1, 2011

Filed under Opinion

What is it that makes a California? We’re of a different stock, people who decide not just to choose the Western coast of this country, but to choose the lifestyle that accompanies it. Now I know that there are vast differences...

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