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Speak Out: What do you think Obama’s biggest challenge is in the upcoming election?

September 6, 2012

Filed under Opinion

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New VP hired amid controversy

Linh Nguyen

September 6, 2012

Filed under Campus Life, News

This fall semester SJCC welcomes Tammeil Gilkerson as the new interim vice president of Academic Affair, whose base salary starts at $135,164, while some staff and students dispute the purported benefits of the position. In...

Preserve pay-for newspapers and keep society informed

Matt Narlesky

September 5, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Although blog and social media sites allow anyone to be a journalist, the pay-for newspaper is a necessity for an informed society. One advantage pay-for local newspapers have over other media types is their static layout that...

New limits on dropping classes

Cordell Kintner

September 5, 2012

Filed under News

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Avengers amaze together

Cordell Kintner

May 26, 2012

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Courtesy of Marvel Studios                                                                             From left, Hawkeye, Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow, Thor, Nick Fury and the Hulk, in rear, prepare to fight the ...

Football players sign scholarships

Analicia Najera

May 25, 2012

Filed under Sports

Three San Jose City College football players have received scholarship offers to transfer to the college of their choice and play at the next level. Harry Adeji, wide receiver, earned his Associate Degree last semester and...

SJCC women pole vaulters qualify for state championships

Analicia Najera

May 25, 2012

Filed under Sports

By Times Staff San Jose City College track and field pole vaulters Emily Soley and Diamara Planell Cruz qualified for the State Community College Track and Field Championships at Cerritos College on May 19. "They are both challen...

Presentation sheds light on industrial chemistry

Matt Narlesky

May 16, 2012

Filed under Campus Life

From cooling beer to making circuit wires, IBM scientist and San Jose City College adjunct professor Richard DiPietro knows his chemistry. DiPietro discussed his education and career in a chemistry presentation, which was jointly...

Nine Campuses will accept 2013 spring transfers

Olivia Payne

May 8, 2012

Filed under News

Community college students who complete their associate degree for transfer will be eligible to transfer to the California State Universities of Channel Islands, Chico, East Bay, Fullerton, Humboldt, Los Angeles, San Bernardino,...

Club enhances science experience

Linh Nguyen

May 8, 2012

Filed under Campus Life, Lifestyle

Photo by Linh Nguyen/TIMES STAFFAmerican Chemistry Society club members discuss an upcoming prehealth conference at their weekly meeting Tuesday, May 1  Award-winning chemistry club celebrates two years at San Jose City College. The American Chemistry Socie...

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...

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