“Stories of Documented Youth” speaks on injustice

The Active Dreamers Club of Chabot College recently played a short film called “Stories of Undocumented Youth”, which spoke on the immigration injustices in America today, specifically towards students who have grown up in America and [...]

Success follows Chabot forensics team to nationals

The Chabot College forensics team recently competed in the weeklong Phi Rho Pi National Tournament in Schaumberg, Illin. [...]

Macworld | iWorld 2012

The 2012 Macworld Expo took place January 26-28 at the Moscone West in San Francisco, showcasing hundreds of the latest hardware, apps, software, and accessories for Mac enthusiasts. With the extreme rise in popularity of portable [...]

Chabot Gladiator wrestling team update

In their most recent string of matches, the Chabot College wrestling team lost to Skyline College 27-15 on Oct. 13, and also traveled to Santa Rosa to compete in the prestigious Northern Calif. Dual Meet Tournament [...]

Al Davis : One of a kind leader

  Al Davis: the maverick of football, a legend of the Bay Area; passed away Saturday, Oct. 8th at the age of 82. Many called him the “Frank Sinatra of Football” because he did it his [...]

Cole World: The Sideline Story, J. Cole earns No. 1 album in the country

“No pressure, no diamonds,” – Scottish philosopher Thomas Carlyle; a quote that reflects directly to J. Cole and his debut Studio Album release, Cole World: The Sideline Story. The self-proclaimed Simba of hip-hop brought his emotional, [...]

Downtown Hayward Art, Wine and Specialty Brew Street Party

Hayward hosts its final of 4 downtown Street fairs this year Saturday, Sept. 17 in its annual Art, Wine and Specialty Brew Street Party. According to the City of Hayward’s website, the street fair will be [...]

Street fair stroll

Created in 1974, the Solano Stroll street fair has been regarded as the largest street festival in the East Bay. Being held Sunday, September 11 (every second Sunday of September) on Solano Avenue in the nearby [...]

An Oakland trail to set your sites on

Joaquin Miller Park: Lush forest, tons of fun, fresh air, a space for the intermediate hiker or biker Take a trip to Joaquin Miller Park in the Oakland hills for a quick escape from the hustle [...]

Commanding attention

The Chabot College forensics team (not CSI) led by communications professor and forensics instructor Jason Ames has had a great run of success in debate competitions this year. This includes six individual top-ranked competitors and 10 [...]

The Beaver: Redemption of life and love

In a story of sympathy, hope and redemption, The Beaver (starring Academy Award winner Mel Gibson), tells a story about a depressed man (Walter Black), who is on the verge of suicide when an unlikely savior [...]

Chabot College Showcases Literacy Work

The Chabot College School of the Arts adapted John Steinbeck’s novel The Grapes of Wrath into a play and performed it before live audiences over six different showings in Chabot’s ‘Little Theatre’ this past Spring Break. [...]

Redwood Road Trail, Lake Chabot

Nature walk shapes your 'bod' for summer. [...]

Atmosphere brings back the stories

New studio album The Family Sign The longtime hip hop duo Atmosphere releases their new title: The Family Sign, Tuesday April 12. Their first studio album since 2008’s When Life Gives You Lemons, You Paint That [...]