The Advocate

Student input wanted by ASU

By Brian Boyle, Spotlight Editor

October 14, 2014

The Associated Students Union hosts a meeting every Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. in AA-207 to decide and allow for public input on how the student activity fee is spent, among discussing other issues. During the meeting on Oct. 8,...

Annual fundraiser approaches

By Jason Sykes, Staff Writer

October 14, 2014

The culinary arts and music department are teaming up to host their fourth annual “Champagne and Chocolate” event. The event is a fundraiser aimed at raising funds for scholarships for students from the music and culinary...

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...

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