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Introducing: Dr. Stacy Thompson

Introducing: Dr. Stacy Thompson

On April 9, 2014, Dr. Stacy Thompson, Chabot College’s new vice president of Academic Services, sat with The Chabot Spectator to fill us in on her plans for our school’s future. Only a full week has passed since Dr. Thompson’s first day on the job, but in this short period of time, she is already […]

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Introducing: Dr. Stacy Thompson
Poster Child, Kemba Smith visits Chabot

Poster Child, Kemba Smith visits Chabot

On Thursday, March 27, 2014, motivational speaker, Kemba Smith, graced the Chabot College community with her presence to share the troubles she had been through during her past life. Smith discussed her experiences in an abusive relationship with a drug dealer, which caused her to spend about six years in jail where she gave birth […]

Poster Child, Kemba Smith visits Chabot
Human Trafficking Hits Hayward

Human Trafficking Hits Hayward

On Tuesday, March 25, 2014, the Students for Social Justice (SSJ) club hosted an event entitled, “A Day of Action Against Modern Day Slavery,” to raise awareness about the issue and to honor the memory of victims of slavery in the transatlantic slave trade. Human trafficking is a crime00 involving the trade of humans for […]

Human Trafficking Hits Hayward
Chabot’s March Mania

Chabot’s March Mania

On March 17, 2014, the Inter Club Council (ICC) of Chabot College hosted March Mania at the quad area, wherein clubs came together to raise money and to recruit new members. March Mania, formerly known as “Club Mania” or “Club Rush Day,” happens once every semester to show students which clubs are available around campus. […]

Chabot’s March Mania
Tribute: Gerald  Shimada

Tribute: Gerald Shimada

One of Chabot College’s most beloved figures, Gerald Shimada, former vice president of Student Services, passed away on March 4, 2014. Though Shimada faced challenges in his personal life, he was a constant example of the resilience and determination that is such an integral part of the Chabot spirit. “He was part of the mortar […]

Tribute: Gerald  Shimada
CCCAA Tournament 2014: Chabot’s state championship dreams disappear in Norwalk

CCCAA Tournament 2014: Chabot’s state championship dreams disappear in Norwalk

On Saturday, March 15, Chabot’s basketball season came to an end at the hands of the San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC) Wolverines in the semifinals of the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) state tournament to the final score of 78-68. The loss finalized Chabot’s record at 28-7. The Gladiators came into this game riding […]

CCCAA Tournament 2014: Chabot’s state championship dreams disappear in Norwalk

Enrollment Priorities Take Effect Soon

11 April 2014

A regulation called “Item 4.3” passed way back on September 10 to 11, 2012, by the California Community Colleges Board of Governors. The passed item updated the system- level enrollment priorities that will take place at the beginning of the summer 2014 semester, and it will affect all California community college students. “This new regulation […]

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The Working Student: A Balancing Act Forced Upon Us

10 April 2014

It is the catch 22 of the middle class: hiring managers require a degree for employment but schools charge tuition rates of Jurassic proportions that students need to pay so that they can graduate with said degree. Students are forced to balance attending school and going to work, but the responsibility of having to do […]

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Ukulele Fest Gives the Aloha Spirit to Hayward

Ukulele Fest Gives the Aloha Spirit to Hayward

10 April 2014

The 20th annual Ukulele Festival was held on April 6, 2014, at the grounds of Chabot College, wherein various ukulele players and vendors of different items came to celebrate the culture of Hawaii with food, dancing and a musical concert. The Ukulele Festival of Northern California was held to give local people around the Bay […]

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Movie Review: Captain America 2: Winter Soldier

Movie Review: Captain America 2: Winter Soldier

10 April 2014

The rising trend in big-budget superhero films has raised the bar for future movies. This movie succeeds in delivering all that you would expect. The story picks up after the events of the Avengers. Captain America (Chris Evans) runs around working for S.H.E.I.L.D., busting heads and taking names. The spectacular cast executes their parts perfectly […]

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Chabot baseball dominates De Anza, extends win streak to 14

Chabot baseball dominates De Anza, extends win streak to 14

10 April 2014

On Thursday, April 3, 2014, Chabot’s baseball team lit up the scoreboard in a dominating 25-0 win over De Anza College, moving their winning streak up to 14 games. A hot start from the get go, pitcher James Carter put the top of the De Anza order away quickly in the first inning. In the […]

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#AMYRASFOODFILEZ: Pedro’s Brazil Cafe

#AMYRASFOODFILEZ: Pedro’s Brazil Cafe

07 April 2014

Tired of the same ol’ food? Want to give your taste buds brand-spankin’ new salivary arousal? Take a trip to downtown Berkeley and try Pedro’s Brazil Cafe! Pedro’s menu selection ranges from taste bud-tinglin’ sandwiches to fulfilling rice platters, all including savory marinated meats. To the naive mouth, Brazilian food tastes a tad like a […]

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Interview: Jason Bateman

Interview: Jason Bateman

28 March 2014

In a private conference room at The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in San Francisco, I sat with the surprisingly down-to-earth Jason Bateman to discuss the comedy flick, “Bad Words,” which is the product of his directorial debut. In a cavern of forgettable cookie-cutter comedies, “Bad Words” is a diamond in the rough sporting a witty script filled […]

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Movie Review: Divergent

Movie Review: Divergent

27 March 2014

“Divergent” is a film based on the best-selling, young adult debut novel by Veronica Roth. The story revolves around the protagonist, 16-year-old Beatrice Prior aka Tris (Shailene Woodley), who lives in a society divided into five factions based on virtues. Similar to the reaping in the “Hunger Games,” people are faced to make a decision […]

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10th Annual Student Art Show

10th Annual Student Art Show

27 March 2014

On March 21, 2014, the different studio art programs of Chabot College presented the 10th annual Art Show sponsored by Erica Monez and the students of Art 51 in Building 1000. “It is the 10th annual show. It showcases the amazing talent Chabot has to offer,” says Erica Monez, instructor of the Art 51 class. […]

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Female Characters and Their Roles In Video Games

27 March 2014

Female characters in video games have always been a topic of controversy.  In the last year however, many game developers have stepped away from the princess who needs to be saved or the sexy girl who assists you to actually making a real heroine and a respectable character.  While there are still many instances of […]

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Forensics team brings home awards, prepares for nationals

Forensics team brings home awards, prepares for nationals

27 March 2014

The California Community College Forensics Association (CCCFA) state tournament was hosted in Concord, Calif., last weekend on March 12 – 16, 2014 with dozens of schools from all over California competing in speech and debate. Four students from Chabot brought home awards. Amanda Fletcher won a Bronze in Program Oral Interpretation, Seini Houa won a […]

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Movie Review: Bad Words

Movie Review: Bad Words

27 March 2014

“Bad Words,” starring Jason Bateman (Identity Thief), Rohan Chand (Jack and Jill) and Kathryn Han (Parks and Recreation), is not your average rated-R, studio-produced popcorn comedy. Forty-year-old Guy Trilby (Bateman), the film’s main character, is a complete anti-social jerk who lies, manipulates and insults everyone he meets. He also has an absolute disregard for morality. […]

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Student Senate Looking for Recruits

Student Senate Looking for Recruits

27 March 2014

The deadline to apply for both executive and representative positions in the Student Senate of Chabot College (SSCC) is now heating up. Located in Room 2311 in Building 2300, the SSCC is a fixture on campus. As representatives of the student body, members work hard to provide opportunities for other students and to enrich the […]

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Movie Review: God’s Not Dead

Movie Review: God’s Not Dead

27 March 2014

What would you do if someone of high authority in your life demanded you renounce your faith? Would you be able stand up for what you believe in? Director Harold Cronk’s movie, “God’s Not Dead,” came out on Friday, March 21, 2014. It revolves around college freshman Josh Wheaton (Shane Harper), who enrolls in a […]

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Victory, the Chabot Gladiators tennis fought In the heat to beat American River college 5-4 on Tuesday, April. 8, 2014 at Hayward, Calif. The win over ARC helped the  Chabot tennis team move on to the next round of the playoffs where they will face the undefeated Foothill Owls. (David Soriano/ChabotSpectator/Athletics) #Chabot #tennis #win #winning
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LA Deputy, Hill Goedwart and his horse, Shooter, talked about his 19-year career in law enforcement. #RAW #JACC #horses

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Kemba Smith, spoke with #ChabotCollege students in Building 700 about domestic violence on March 27, 2014. [photo credit: @theworldofours ]
A Day of Action Against Modern Day Slavery with guest speaker Angela Irizarry, at Chabot College in room 2611 on Mar. 25, 2014. #chabotcollege
Donald Pearson seen here took 6th overall at the Sacramento State Hornet Invitational for the long jump with a distance of 6.89m on Mar. 22, 2014, Sacramento CA. Pearson jumped against 30 other athletes that include a few NCAA D1 athletes. Photo by David Soriano @runthatdistancetf
Daniel Estrada of Chabot (8) outkicks the field with a time of 1:58.75 during the Hornet Invitational on Mar. 22, 2014 at Sacramento State. Estrada is the first Gladiator to break the 2:00 mark this year, just 3 weeks ago his personal best was a 2:10!! #tracknation #chabog #track
Choral spring concert as they sing The Terrible Tale of Tom Gilligan at bldg. 1200 on Mar. 20, 2014.
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It was the 47th Annual Cherry Blossom Festival Preview Day today at the Peace Plaza in San Francisco's Japantown on Saturday, Mar. 15, 2014.  The candidates for the 2014 Cherry Blossom Queen's Court was introduced to the press.  Shimaoka Kazusa-Kai
San Francisco Koto Ensemble were among one of the performers who entertained attendees at the Cherry Blossom Festival Preview Day.
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FINAL. Chabot's season comes to an end with loss to SBVC in the Final Four. 78-68. Still doesn't erase the fantastic season our Gladiators had. Chabot finishes the year with a 25-8 record.
HALFTIME here in Norwalk! San Bernardino Valley leads Chabot 35-34. Cortez Bad News Barrett leads the Gladiators in scoring with 12 points. Second half coming up in 11 minutes! #chabot #sbvc #socal #cccaa #bayarea #basketball #ncaa #marchmadness #college
We're about to get started here in Norwalk! Chabot vs. San Bernardino with a chance to play Santa Rosa City College in the CCCAA State Championship game! To watch, tune into cccaasports.org at 7pm! Let's go Chabot! #Chabot #Gladiators #Bayarea #Basketball #CCCAA #SanBernardino #Hayward #CCvsSBVC

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12th Annual Return of the Swallows Festival
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Change It Now! presents Social Justice in Action: A Panel Discussion on Careers That Make a Difference! 12 - 1PM in Room 722 (The Event Center).

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