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Where did yours go?

Where did yours go?

October 7, 2014

Dealing with stress

Dealing with stress

October 7, 2014

State evaluates education standards

By Roxana Amparo, News Editor

October 7, 2014

An Accreditation External Evaluation Team is visiting Contra Costa College this week to determine if the college meets federal accreditation standards. Accreditation is a system of self-regulation developed by higher education...

Club brings political diversity

By Roxana Amparo, News Editor

October 7, 2014

A new club has emerged with a plan to raise awareness about politics among students on campus. The Contra Costa College Republicans Club is the first politically associated club on campus aimed to make a change in the youth....

Senate bill awards occupational studies

By Van ly, Opinion Editor

October 7, 2014

Senate Bill 850 was signed by Gov. Jerry Brown and implemented into California state law on Sept. 28. SB 850, authored by State Sen. Marty Block, allows up to 15 community college districts to have a baccalaureate degree program...

Light The Night Walk supports cancer research

By Roxana Amparo, News Editor

October 7, 2014

Contra Costa College’s PsyR Soul Helpers Light The Night team will raise funds for further blood cancer research at the East Bay Light The Night Walk. The walk will be on Oct. 25 at Civic Park in Walnut Creek. The walk begins...

Campus to reduce carbon footprint

By Marlene Rivas, Staff Writer

October 7, 2014

The Operations Council has approved 15 carpool parking spots that will be designated in Lot 4 starting in the spring 2015 semester. Buildings and Grounds Manager Bruce King and the Sustainability Committee introduced the idea...

Community cleans up coastline

By Roxana Amparo, News Editor

October 2, 2014

Community members joined the 30th annual Coastal Cleanup Day to help heal the bay by reducing waste at Point Pinole Regional Shoreline on Saturday. The Coastal Cleanup Day is the largest international volunteer event, with...

Save Nubia Project showcases awareness of ancient artifacts

By Mickalea Manuel, Staff Writer

October 2, 2014

History professors Manu Ampim and Carolyn Hodge will be speaking about a cause they have been passionate about for many years: The Save Nubia Project. Supporters can attend an informative lecture by Ampim in the Knox Center...

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