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October 11, 2011

The word ‘F’ is for you

Larry Harris

September 6, 2011

Filed under Opinion

Dear incoming new student, welcome to San Jose City College.  As a returning student and having been on the campus for three semesters allow me to give you a few do's and don'ts to make your stay a SJCC a successful one. The...

First day blues

Contributor

September 6, 2011

Filed under Opinion

By Patrick Loera A students time at San Jose City College commences, the excitement of college and transferring looms in the air. For some, a sudden case of anxiety may set in when your first assignments start piling up. For o...

Cut red tape, add events

Contributor

May 17, 2011

Filed under Opinion

By MARIA GUERRA CONTRIBUTOR I don’t know if anyone else has noticed the struggling presence of student life on campus. The “hustle and bustle” of San Jose City College dies down by about 3 p.m. The lack of a lively camp...

Music versus manners

Nathan Collins

May 17, 2011

Filed under Opinion

As technology grows, it seems that manners begin to fade. Let’s face it, music is great, everybody likes it, at times people may disagree on what is a good song, or good band, but most people like music for that groovy feeling. The...

Graduation rates must be improved

Editorial Board

May 17, 2011

Filed under Opinion

Graduation is a key time in many students’ lives. On May 27 students from San Jose City College will walk the stage and take the next steps toward life and school, after attaining a degree or certificate. According to California...

AS election chaos leads to invalidated ballots

Emily Land

May 17, 2011

Filed under Opinion

The Associated Students canceled and invalidated its May 2-3 election because of a set of checks and balances that could have allowed votes to be cast multiple times. The polling station problems led to the resignation of Commissioner...

Wearing two hats

Leeta-Rose Ballester

May 17, 2011

Filed under Opinion

I was up at 5 a.m., racing against the internal alarm clock of my two kids, trying to tackle the ominous stack of homework that lay before me. As soon as I gathered my thoughts and began to write, the baby cried. My heart...

Conquering of the odds

Contributor

May 3, 2011

Filed under Opinion

BRIANNE GERACI CONTRIBUTOR Fifteen years ago, people thought I might never attend or graduate from college. Well, obviously that theory has changed. Born with learning disabilities and physical challenges, I have beaten th...

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