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The Student Voice Of Contra Costa College, San Pablo, Calif.

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Cast of CURSED: The House of Atreus performing their show during tech week on Monday, Nov. 6, 2023. Courtesy of Angelina LaBarre.
'CURSED: The House of Atreus:' A review
The Contra Costa College Drama Department kicked off their 2023-2024 theatrical season with “CURSED: The House of Atreus.”
By Jolie Willson, Culture Editor • November 16, 2023
Official The Nun II movie poster
The Nun II: The more sinister sequel
By Leandro Cervantes, Advocate Staff • October 13, 2023

Still in theaters, The Nun ll is a scary, bone-chilling, nail-biting film that definitely exceeded my expectations. The film was released...

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Get ready: 'The Boogeyman' is coming to town
By Uma Mazar, Staff Writer • May 18, 2023

In 1973, master of horror Steven King introduced to the world the "The Boogeyman." The story is considered a classic in their horror world...

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Is religion a shield for politicians?
By Uma Mazar, Staff Editor • May 16, 2023

Many U.S. states have passed and continue introducing anti-LGBTIQ bills nationwide in the past months, from preventing drag queens from performing...

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Puerto Rico should reject statehood. Here is why
By Betsaida Rosario and • January 6, 2023

Since 1898, Puerto Rico has been under the thumb of a giant Goliath – the U.S. – that doesn’t respect our constitution or protect the rights...

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Executive vice chancellor of education and technology
The 4CD newly elected permanent chancellor is….
The search is over, Mojdeh Mehdizadeh is the new permanent chancellor of the Contra Costa Community College District.
By Brenda Maldonado, Editor in Chief • November 15, 2023
Five Nights at Freddys official movie poster.
Review: 'Five Nights at Freddy's' is enjoyable
Can you surive a night at Freddy's Fazbear pizzeria?
By Leandro Cervantes, Staff Writer • November 17, 2023
Bay Area musician shows off talent in new Advocate series
Bay Area musician shows off talent in new Advocate series
"Cramped Chords" a new series presented by The Advocate to showcase local musical talent, kicked off with Ashton York
By Jolie Willson, Culture Editor • October 13, 2023
Shawn William, left, and Prentice Powell, right, are the two poets featured at Contra Costa Colleges Honoring Black Poetry event on October 12, 2023 in San Pablo, Calif.
CCC hosts event to celebrate Black Poetry
Continuing their "Rotating Spotlight on Black Excellence" event series, Contra Costa College Hosted "Honoring Black Poetry"
By Jennifer Leahy, Advocate Staff • October 13, 2023
Manos De Fierro photographed together in April 2023.
(Courtesy of the band)
Manos De Fierro: The resurrection of the local hardcore scene
Local hardcore band gets signed to a recording label
By Ashby Alvarez, Audience Engagement Editor • September 15, 2023
Coach Julio Ayala talking to the team during the Contra Costa College Mens Soccer Team face off against Marin College in a home game on Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2023, in San Pablo, CA.
Hope of playoff’s contention fades as Comets’ losing streak continues
After losing nine consecutive games, the Comets’ morale may have reached an all-time low
By Brett Butson, Staff Writer • November 13, 2023
The Contra Costa College Mens Soccer Team faced off against Marin in a home game on Tuesday, October 03, 2023, in San Pablo, Calif.
Comets’ soccer team suffers second loss at home
After pregame confusion, the Comets received their second straight loss at home
By Brett Butson, Staff Writer • October 11, 2023
Contra Costa Comet player no#. 8, Halimah Honstm - Ahmed MB and Contra Costa Comet player no#. 12, Isabel Fernandez Oppo / RH, show Yuba College 49ers how teamwork “works”

San Pablo Ca 29 September 2023, Contra Costa College, Women’s Volleyball vs Yuba College
Comets' volleyball takes the game against Yuba College
By Leon Watkins October 10, 2023
Comets breakout another win at home
Comets breakout another win at home
The Comets achieve their second, much needed win at home
By Brett Butson, Staff Writer • October 3, 2023
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Contra Costa Comet player no#. 9, DB Tasean Young, reach is greater than the Reedley players.

San Pablo Ca 14 October 2023, Contra Costa College vs Reedley
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The one that got away
Contra Costa Comets men’s football team came with heart and left with a loss.
Charles Ramirez, the Interim EOPS/CARE/CALWORKs Manager, welcomes everyone to the ceremony.
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CCC's 21st annual EOPS/CARE/CALWORK student recognition ceremony had a massive turnout
San Francisco resident Dav Gerald raises his hand in the air as he cruises on northbound Interstate 680 lanes shut down in Walnut Creek, California on June. Gerald is not part of any particular organization, but has been participating in any protest he can attend.
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East Bay communities stoke Black Lives Matter movement
George Floyd's death spurs outrage in the Bay Area
Contra Costa College student Brandon James attempts to finish the obstacle 
challenge, based on the TV show “Wipe Out,” during Club Rush, held in Campus Center Plaza on Thursday.
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Club Rush promotes clubs, breeds community

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