The Advocate

Consent, safety topic of Sexual Assault Awareness Month seminar

By Jshania Owens, Staff Writer

April 17, 2018

With April being Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the Contra Costa College Student Equity Program hosted a Sexual Assault Awareness and Intervention workshop in the Fireside Hall April 11. Contra Costa County Senior Deputy Dist...

Campuswide emergency alert system to be installed

By Michael Santone, Associate Editor

November 14, 2017

A districtwide proposal to install a direct emergency line throughout campus buildings and classrooms was approved at the July 26 Governing Board meeting. The two-way screen and speaker system will be button operated providing audi...

Delayed renovation project begins

By Benjamin Bassham, News Editor

September 13, 2017

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...

Free on-campus printing service opens in ASU office despite hiccups

By Reggie Santini, Spotlight Editor

February 7, 2017

The Student Life Office Free Print Program will give students the option to print up 20 black and white pages a day for free. A computer and printer will available inside of the Student Life Office for students to use as an al...

Recycle bins add funding to committee

By Salvador Godoy, Staff Writer

May 18, 2016

After the Sustainability Committee unveiled a deal with Signal Outdoor Advertising last fall to bring profitable recycling bins to the college, the new containers have arrived on campus. Buildings and Grounds Manager Bruce King sai...

Veterans to receive assistance, camaraderie via proposed centers

By Cody Casares, Photo Editor

September 2, 2015

Veterans attending classes at Contra Costa College will soon have their own designated center to receive assistance during their time on campus. A proposed amount of $50,000 will be used for outfitting a Veteran’s Center at ev...

LGBTQ group still lacking campus voice

By Jared Amdahl, Opinion Editor

February 3, 2015

Despite the absence of an LGBTQ representative club on campus, there are a few members of the college community who would like to see representation for the currently voiceless group. Ericka Greene, interim Associated Students Union advise...

Organic garden saves money

Organic garden saves money

December 10, 2014

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