City College Times

Taco festival is the talk of the town


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...

Playing with Jaguars

Linh Nguyen

April 25, 2012

Filed under Campus Life, News

More than 750 students from Alum Rock School District took a tour around San Jose City College for its seventh annual KinderCaminata event on April 19. SJCC students and teachers set up booths outside the Student Center and...

No transfers to SJSU for spring 2013

Steve Hill

April 25, 2012

Filed under Campus Life, News

San Jose State University plans to freeze enrollment for the spring 2013 semester because of a drastic reduction in state funding. “State support for California State Universities has plummeted. We are talking about a $750...

Polynesian body art

Dutches Richards

April 25, 2012

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Campus Life

Students carry their own identity. Some of the students show artwork on their bodies that reflect their culture and family history. Body art is also known as tattoo designing on the human body. Having a tattoo can be just for...

Longtime English teacher loses her fight with cancer

Steve Hill

March 7, 2012

Filed under Campus Life, News

Kathleen Colligan, an English instructor at San Jose City College, who used her talent to help students negotiate life’s challenges inside and outside the classroom, died of complications from breast cancer Jan. 5. She was 64. She...

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