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Men’s Basketball Loses against Skyline

By: Florito Maniego Copy Editor On Friday, Feb. 3, the Chabot College Men’s Basketball team suffered their sixth consecutive loss against Skyline College. The Gladiators lost to lost against the Trojans in a lopsided game, with a final score of 87-48. Following this loss, Chabot’s overall record worsened to 4-19. Sophomore forward Marcus Booker (#31) […]

Last Home Game Win for the Lady Gladiators

By: Victor Fuentes Sports Editor The last home game of 2017 ended with a 16 points win for the Lady Gladiators (20-7) 66-55 against Skyline. Chabot’s fighting women finished the season second in the North Central Division behind San Francisco (22-3), who only lost three games all season. The Lady Gladiators came out the gate […]

Star Wars Episode 8 Title Revealed

By: Sean Stewart Editor-in-Chief Star Wars: Episode VII gets its subtitle: The Last Jedi. Ever since the credits rolled on 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens, many fans like myself have been anxiously waiting for the midpoint of the sequel trilogy, Episode VIII. However, unless you read the script or KNEW people that read the […]

Royal Rumble Returns!

By: Phillip Antwine Staff Writer On January 29, the San Antonio Alamodome hosted the 30th anniversary of the Royal Rumble in San Antonio, Texas with 52,020 people in attendance. The Royal Rumble is a WWE pay-per-view that happens once a year every January. The concept of the Rumble is one of the unique ideas in […]

Album Review: okay. by As It Is

By: Eric Samayoa Staff Writer British pop-punk band, As It Is, is back with their sophomore album, okay., and it lives up to its title name. The band shows strides of growth with this album but fails to break out from the pack from similar acts in the scene. This album comes off the heel […]

The New Edition Story

By: Kentfield Taylor Staff writer The New Edition Story three night miniseries chronicles the hot music group, from their humble beginnings in Boston to individual solo success and everything in between.  The group originated in Roxbury Boston’s, Orchard Park projects in 1978 with the very street-wise preteens Bobby Brown, Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins & Ralph […]

Healthy Heart Month

14 February 2017

By: Vincent Vonschert Staff Writer February is Healthy Heart Month and Chabot College is taking part. Heart disease is by far the leading cause of death in the United States. About 610,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year, that’s one in every four deaths, according to the Center for Disease […]

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Can Chabot Overcome Political Bans?

14 February 2017

By: Karla Tovar Managing Editor As you heard, President Donald Trump has made a few executive orders which include immigration bans for Muslims in Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Yemen, and Somalia two weeks ago. In California, this ban affects many because the state is known to be more diverse than any other state. With […]

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What is Love?

14 February 2017

By: Eric Samayoa Staff Writer Happy Valentines Day to all the lovebirds out there. Today, of all days, is when most people go out and express their love for their significant others with grand gestures. The history of Valentine’s Day dates back to the Roman Empire when Saint Valentine would perform marriages in secret for […]

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For The Forever Alone and for The Lovebirds

14 February 2017

By: Arianne Arciaga Staff Writer February 14, the day everyone dreads or the day everyone looks forward to, Valentine’s Day. Yet another holiday where you either feel incredibly sick because of all the couples everywhere, where you can’t wait to spend with your significant other, or where you’re just confused about your current relationship status. […]

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See Something Say Something

14 February 2017

By: Kentfield Taylor Staff Writer Wondering why all the big yellow signs are posted about our campus? Of course you have. The signs read “IF YOU SEE SOMETHING SAY SOMETHING” which is the United States homeland emergency alert network to keep our campus and our country safe. If you see suspicious activity you should say […]

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The Reopening: WRAC

14 February 2017

By: Dan DeJesus Staff Writer With the spring semester underway, Chabot students who are in need of assistance with their reading and writing are in luck. Chabot has reopened the WRAC Center to assist students with either their reading or writing assignments. If there’s one common area where college students seem to have trouble in, […]

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Root2Rise

14 February 2017

By: Arianne Arciaga Staff Writer    The Root2Rise program, here at Chabot College, encourages men of all backgrounds to come together to discuss any ideas they have on their mind and what they’re feeling, and to vent about whatever is bothering them. It helps men to be more open about their feelings and helps with self-expression. […]

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CCSF Accredited

14 February 2017

By: Florito Maniego Copy Editor On Friday, January 13, college officials learned that the City College of San Francisco will stay in business after its long, five-year battle to remain accredited. In 2012, the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges threatened to shut down CCSF and declared it as poorly ran. Thus, the college […]

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Chats With the Chancellor

14 February 2017

By: Sean Stewart Editor-in-Chief On Tuesday, February 7, Chancellor of the Chabot and Los Positas Community College District (CLPCCD), Dr. Jannett Jackson, held her “Chats with the Chancellor” series in which faculty was given the opportunity to meet with Chancellor Jackson and ask questions. For the majority of an hour, Jackson went over the Faculty […]

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Chabot Hosts Speech and Debate Tournament

14 February 2017

By: Sean Stewart Editor-in-Chief On February 3, Chabot College hosted the Keeling Invitational, a tournament involving speech and debate teams from different colleges that came to compete. One student in particular who participated in this event was Patrick Mwamba. Before his round, he had no time to spare as he was given a little less […]

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