Archive | October, 2012

EDITORIAL: Green, red, purple or blue…it’s entirely up to you

Not only is voting for who will be our president important, but for those who favor neither Republican Mitt Romney nor Democrat Barack Obama, third party candidates and their propositions for change or reform can be accounted for with a vote as well. Continue reading

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Student Success Act brings changes to California community colleges.

Stricter rules on fee waivers, new registration priorities, and different funding criteria will be coming to community colleges under a new state law. Continue reading

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Trustee receives NAACP award

Board of Trustees member Jeanette Mann recently received the Community Award from the local chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Continue reading

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Police Blotter

A man was reported allegedly pleasing himself between the bridge of the C and V buildings. The man was not located. Continue reading

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Bribery investigation of officials continues

An investigation into two fired school officials who are accused of soliciting bribes is ongoing, according to officials in the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office. Continue reading

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‘Zombie’ event makes students ‘Run for your life’

The living dead looked all too alive on Tuesday during the first ever “Run for you life,” a zombie themed obstacle course held in Robinson Stadium Continue reading

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VOICES: Is it important to vote in the election next week? Are you voting, why or why not?

Is it important to vote in next weeks election? Continue reading

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Board member named business woman of year

With a mile-long list of awards dedicated to assisting the communities she has touched, Brown feels privileged and appreciates being able to give back to her communities. Continue reading

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SCENE: Haunts and heroes

Students haunt the campus in their costumes Continue reading

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Prop. 35 increases penalties on modern day slavery

It is vital that when you head to the polls on Tuesday, you mark yes on Proposition 35. Human trafficking is a modern day slavery that largely targets minors and minorities. People are captured and forced into labor or prostitution. Continue reading

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