City College Times

Trump on the run

Novella Simonson, Contributor

November 19, 2019

Yep, we knew the day would come when he’d run (no it's not a song, but it should be). Impeachment toxicity has the rat running -- not only from NY where the Trump traps are everywhere, but from the poisonous press and from Twitter...

Political cartoon on Garlic Festival shooting

Magnolia Lonero, Times Staff

September 24, 2019


Climate Strike in Downtown San Jose for everyone

K. Andrea Meza Flores, Times Staff

September 19, 2019

From the forest fires in the Brazilian rain forest to the steady loss of recycling options here in the U.S., we need to do more for the environment. With global warming becoming more of  a rising concern for the general public...

Immigration affects national sovereignty

Tasneem Nora Khokhar, contributor

December 4, 2018

Immigration affects national sovereignty Arizona Central reports between 5,000 and 7,000 migrants intercepted in a caravan by the Mexican government officials, temporarily halting its pilgrimage to the United States. While hot topics s...

Decriminalization of drug use counter-intuitive for addicts

Michael Negrete, Times Staff

December 4, 2018

  In the society we live in today, it seems as if having any kind of opposition to the decriminalization of drugs is an unpopular opinion to hold. Many people approach the topic of drug abuse with the misconception that...

Understanding The 14th Amendment and What it Says About Birthright Citizenship

Tasneem Nora Khokhar, contributor

November 1, 2018

On Monday, President Trump announced to Axios on HBO that he would pursue an executive order to outlaw birthright citizenship just before the election. “It was always told to me that you needed a constitutional amendment,” T...

Translate »
The Voice of San Jose City College since 1956
Social Justice