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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 […]

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Parking On Campus

The start of a new semester also signals the beginning of the parking wars. The key to victory is not dependant on the number of spots, but in timing. According to campus safety officer Nate Moore, “Students have 2072 parking spaces on campus in Parking Lots B, E, G and J. The Faculty Staff have […]

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El Niño

El Nino is a weather event that occurs every two to seven years, bringing changes to the weather around the world, such as heavy rain, winds, and warmer ocean surface temperatures. Residents of California and the Bay Area have seen the effects of El Nino firsthand. Parts of the Bay Area and the Sierras have […]

Lifestyle: Organization Tips

23 September 2016

As a college student it is hard to stay organized during the school year. Here are the some tips  to stay organized during this school year.    Flashcards: If you have an exam coming up Flashcards will really help you out when it comes to studying vocabulary words, math equations, and many other subjects. Cornell […]

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Music Review: Gavin Degraw

23 September 2016

Gavin DeGraw just released to his sixth studio,”Something Worth Saving” album in three years. Gavin rose to fame when his hit song “I don’t want to be”. What helped Gavin was that I don’t want to be was used as the theme song for One tree Hill a teen drama Originally aired on the WB. […]

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Chabot Student Center Balcony Closed

23 September 2016

On September 12 2016, Chabot Community College, has closed down their cafeteria’s balcony until further notice. After 3 suicide attempts from a Chabot College student, the school has put the balcony on lockdown, and will not be reopening anytime soon. Student Life director, Arnold Paguio says, “in regards to the situation that has happened we, […]

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Chabot Football vs DVC

18 September 2016

The Chabot College Football team had their home opener this past Saturday September 10th vs.the Diablo Valley College Vikings. The Gladiators were lead by freshman quarterback #5 Johnny O’Brien who threw for 159 yards and two touchdowns. But it was not enough as Vikings scored 4 touchdowns and took the win 28-14. Chabot’s next game […]

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Chabot’s Men’s Soccer vs Ohlone

18 September 2016

On Tuesday September 13th, the Chabot College Gladiators Men’s Soccer team faced the Ohlone College Renegades here in the heart of the bay. The game was scoreless in the first half, until the Gladiators were able to strike with two goals in the second half to shutout the Renegades and take the victory in their fourth […]

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Chabot’s Women Soccer vs Siskiyous

18 September 2016

The previously winless Chabot College Women’s soccer team came up triumphantly with a big win, September 10th as they hosted the Siskiyous College Eagles. Five games into the regular season, and the lady Gladiators are not off to the start they hoped for, with a 1-4 record. Olga Montano #8, Brenda Arranda #13, and Borami […]

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Concert Review: 5 Seconds of Summer

18 September 2016

When a 5 Seconds of Summer concert feels like it only lasted for 5 seconds. On September 2, 2016, Aussie pop punk band 5 Seconds of Summer, took to the Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View and sang, new songs from their album Sounds Good Feels Good,in front of almost 23,000 screaming fans. This is the second […]

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Chabot Music Recital

18 September 2016

On Thursday September 8th, Chabot’s music department hosted their annual Fall Faculty Recital in the Buffington Theater. Their host, Timothy Harris, the Director of Instrumental Studies here at Chabot started off the night with a bang! He played a piece by William Kraft on percussion. One of the most extraordinary performances was a collaboration between […]

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iPhone 7 Review

18 September 2016

The new iPhone 7 has been finally announced, after two years since the last iPhone, is it time to upgrade? The iPhone 7 sports almost identical features to to last years iPhone 6s it’s also the same size. The biggest change is also a big downgrade, the iPhone 7 has no audio jack. Which means […]

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Travel: Little Italy

18 September 2016

Imagine yourself walking into a city like Boston, Massachusetts. The most tourist city in the world. There is a specific place in Boston where many Italians as well as tourists go to get the Italian culture. That place is Boston’s own version of Little Italy. Little Italy was discovered in the early 1600s by the […]

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