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Profile of English professor Javier Chapa

Grayson Diamond, Contributor

August 31, 2020

Possessing an individually unique teaching style and an intent to help students identify how social problems are perpetuated, Aurelio Javier Chapa has been a San Jose City College professor for 23 years and is not your archetypal...

The struggles of an immigrant student trying to fit in American Culture

Elaisa Acosta, Times Staff

August 31, 2020

The first time she walked the streets of New York City, she asked someone for directions and he said, without even slowing down his pace, “New Yorkers are fast. If you collide with them, you'll pass out,” Unathi Zibi said,...

Interpersonal communication key to positive mental health during lockdown isolation

Trang Nguyen, Contributor

August 31, 2020

People have become more reliant on technology in order to do tasks or to talk to people during the COVID-19 pandemic. The transition to online communication hasn’t been easy for everyone. “It’s not enough emotion …...

Milpitas Unified School District first in Bay Area to buy electric school busses

Isabella Morrison, Contributor

August 31, 2020

Milpitas Unified School District is the first school district in the Bay Area to use electric busses to transport students. The project cost was about $2.1 million with most of the funds coming from grant money and $200,000...

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