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Anniversary Of The Black Panthers T-Talks: Inspiring Students To Chase Their Dreams Off The Grid KCRH Food Drive Special Programs At Chabot Chabot Gladiator Football Preview
 
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Anniversary Of The Black Panthers

On Tuesday, October 25th, Chabot College was hosted by the presence of Kathleen Cleaver, a professor of Law and former member of the Black Panther Party’s central committee, as well as former communications secretary and the party’s national spokesman. Throughout the half-hour that Cleaver spoke, she told those in attendance about her experiences with the […]

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T-Talks: Inspiring Students To Chase Their Dreams

You don’t die, if you fall in the water; you die only if you don’t swim -Unknown”, one of the quotes that Communications Professor Rae Ann Ianniello lives by as she discusses with the Chabot College students, on October 25 in building 100, what she has been through to get where she is today. Ianniello, […]

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Off The Grid

Matt Cohen, owner and operator of Off The Grid got his inspiration from teaching abroad in Japan. After graduating from Emory University in Colorado, Cohen sought out explore and travel. So Cohen saw Japan as an opportunity to do so. During his time there, Cohen ran into plenty of Asian night markets. These locations had […]

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KCRH Food Drive

On Sept. 19, 2016 KCRH will be starting their annual canned food drive. Reid Alexander also known as “Big Reid”, who is the Operation Supervisor of KCRH is the one who started the canned food drive more than five years ago. Over the last five years the canned food drive has grown since it first […]

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Special Programs At Chabot

Dreamers  Chabot Dreamers is an academic program that provides safe, and supportive educational assistance to undocumented students who want an education. Dreamers helps students get access to counseling, educational workshops, financial aid and other support. This particular program teams up with Puente Project, Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS), Daraja and Hayward Promise Neighborhood (HPN). 2. Daraja […]

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Chabot Gladiator Football Preview

The Chabot College football season started last Saturday, September 3rd on the road in Weed, CA. With the fall semester starting up a few weeks ago, it is that time again to come out to the Chabot College Football field and support your Gladiators this 2016 season. “We are looking forward to a successful season, like we […]

Marilynn Ezzy Ashcroft Interview

08 November 2016

With an election coming up in about a month because even if you don’t believe it every vote counts. Knowing that our campus has students that live all around the Bay Area but mostly the East Bay. I was able to talk to Marilynn Ezzy Ashcroft who is an Alameda city council member. Council Member […]

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St. Pablo Comes to Oracle!

08 November 2016

On Saturday, October 22nd, Kanye West’s St. Pablo Tour made its way to Oakland at Oracle Arena over the weekend. Kanye West is one of those artists that, regardless of time, always stays relevant through creative and innovative music. His latest work The Life Of Pablo (TLOP) is a perfect example of an artist not […]

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Proposition 63

08 November 2016

With the most disappointing Presidential Election in the history of the United States coming up. on November 8, 2016 not only will we “the nation” vote for a new leader, but also vote for new laws. With so many propositions I would like to talk about one in California, and that’s prop 63. Prop 63 […]

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Proposition 62 & 66

08 November 2016

This upcoming election in our state of California their will be two major propositions that have to deal with the death penalty. Prop 66 deals with the legal issues of tackling a death penalty case. While prop 62 deals with inmates who are serving first degree murder sentences. These propositions are important because whether you […]

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Proposition 64

08 November 2016

Legalization of Marijuana, this is why proposition 64 is on this year’s ballot for voters to decide this November at the polls. What this means is this A YES vote will; under state law, legalize cannabis for adults 21 or older to use. Designated state agencies will license and regulate the cannabis industry. Prop 64 […]

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Proposition 59

08 November 2016

The most controversial Supreme Court decision of the last decade, Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, has changed the way the political campaign system works tremendously. Passing with only a plus one majority in the highest court in America, the Citizens United case has been a cause for concern among all individual citizens since it’s […]

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Proposition 57

08 November 2016

What is Proposition 57? Proposition 57 would increase parole chances for felons convicted of nonviolent crimes and give them more opportunities to earn credits for good behavior. It would also allow judges, not prosecutors, to decide whether to try certain juveniles as adults in court. On November 8th, California voters across the state will be […]

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Proposition 55

08 November 2016

Four years ago Proposition 30 was passed to tax wealthy citizens to fund education. This taxing was set to end by 2019, but now Proposition 55 would extend the tax by 12 years. The wealthy were taxed if they earned $250,000 or more individually, or $500,000 for couples. This would raise about $9 billion dollars […]

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Proposition 60

08 November 2016

Out of all the propositions that are being placed on the ballot, none of them is stranger than Proposition 60. The strangest thing that Prop 60 has going for it is who the proposition targets. While it might not be common knowledge to all due to the controversy surrounding the industry, California is the leading […]

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Proposition 53

08 November 2016

Prop 53 is the right to vote on large state issued revenue bonds. Bonds are used to fund large projects. This prop makes it so voters approve any projects that cost more than $2 billion. Currently the legislature approves the bonds for these projects. Prop 53 gives more control to the voters but approval for […]

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