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Former Spectator editor travels to Dubai

Jack Barnwell now a San Jose State student journeys to the middle east Eight San Jose State students and one instructor leave on a journey today for Dubai and will be there from Jan 6 – Jan 19. During the two week time Barnwell hopes to primarily focus on producing a documentary. The cost of […]

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Follow Sean Jones, Spectator Photo Editor around the country in 30 days

Twenty-Five flights in thirty days This semester Jet Blue had an offer that any photographer or avid traveler could not refuse. So of course Spectator’s own Sean Jones took to a challenge to see as many cities as he could in 30 days. The offer that Jet Blue had was a limited time deal in […]

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Speak up and be the change

One mans view on the issues plaguing our youth I at one point in my high school career was in a class with Oscar Grant at Mt. Eden High School. I’m not here to take sides just to give my opinion. Grant is no stranger to crime and had previously served two state prison terms […]

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How to add a class thats already full

Summer will be over faster then you know it and students will be flocking to Chabot to add classes that they weren’t able to register for. Many of the classes that everyone needs are full, but there are some simple steps you can take to give yourself a better chance at getting into that English […]

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Spectator moves to an old space

The Chabot Spectator has resided in building 1600’s room 1635 for nearly 10 years, but this fall it will begin production in a not so new space. 10 years ago when the Spectator moved to building 1600, it moved from building 2300 above the cafeteria. This fall the Spectator will start a new semester in […]

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Two borders, a double standard

Alex Miranda/ Staff Writer It was leaked late last week that Obama was going to send 1,200 troops to “beef up” our Mexican boarder. Reasons come from keeping drug dealers out of the United States as well as making sure terrorist don’t enter the country. But the thing is I find a huge hole in […]

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The cost is far more then the goods are worth

How Chabot rips you off every day over lunch I will never buy food at the cafeteria, again! I have been a student at Chabot off and on over the past eight years, spending my money at the bookstore, the vending machines, the taco truck, and few time very few at the cafeteria. I hadn’t […]

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Maddie’s Fund Adoptathon

Greetings All, Oakland Animal Services is lucky enough to be sponsored by Maddie’s fund for a free adoptions Saturday June 12 and Sunday June 13. For more information go to http://www.maddiesadoptathon.org/e/Home.html. More information to come.

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Man notes radio censorship

Recently, I was approached by Mr. Bernard of the radio station. While we had different views on things, we did make connections. Apparently on my radio show, I had something on the show that was considered “bad,” m’kay? I had not cursed, just basically made my opinion heard on public airwaves. What exactly did I […]

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