The Advocate

New Halls, Dirty Stalls: AA Building renovations leave students holding their breath

By Editorial Board

May 1, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Since the $5 million project to renovate the Applied Arts Building began last fall, campus administrators assured students and faculty still using the building during construction that inconveniences, when controllable, would be kept...

Renovation project begins

Renovation project begins

November 7, 2017

Strategy highlights exit paths, awareness

By Efrain Valdez / The Advocate, Social Media Editor

September 28, 2017

Filed under Campus Beat, News

Contra Costa College administrators and first responders have a plan in place to keep people on campus safe in the case of a natural disaster. Recent catastrophes, like the three major earthquakes that have hit different parts...

Delayed renovation project begins

By Benjamin Bassham, News Editor

September 13, 2017

Filed under Campus Beat

Construction this semester will include the start of the Applied Arts Building’s renovation and the much-delayed installation of automatic doors around campus. The automatic doors, intended to meet Americans with Disabilitie...

Policy revision to bolster rule

By Reggie Santini, Spotlight Editor

May 18, 2017

Filed under Campus Beat

Student Life Coordinator Joel Nickelson-Shanks is drafting revisions to the policy for bulletin board use at Contra Costa College. Nickelson-Shanks said he is working on the final changes before bringing it to College Council...

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