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Anniversary Of The Black Panthers

On Tuesday, October 25th, Chabot College was hosted by the presence of Kathleen Cleaver, a professor of Law and former member of the Black Panther Party’s central committee, as well as former communications secretary and the party’s national spokesman. Throughout the half-hour that Cleaver spoke, she told those in attendance about her experiences with the […]

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T-Talks: Inspiring Students To Chase Their Dreams

You don’t die, if you fall in the water; you die only if you don’t swim -Unknown”, one of the quotes that Communications Professor Rae Ann Ianniello lives by as she discusses with the Chabot College students, on October 25 in building 100, what she has been through to get where she is today. Ianniello, […]

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Will There Be Better Wi-Fi on Campus?

One of the biggest problems to surface on Chabot’s campus has been the WiFi connection. Chabot has taken steps to improve its Wi-Fi problem but it takes time to try and fix certain problems at colleges. Last week, Student Senate held a meeting that talked about current problems at Chabot. One of the topics and […]

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Disability Awareness On Campus

On Thursday, October 20th, Chabot College hosted an event for disability awareness month on campus near the school’s bookstore. The event was held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Students and staff had a great time seeing so many different booths with valuable information. Many booths were there to inform people with specific disabilities about […]

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Lifestyle: Organization Tips

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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Travel: Little Italy

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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How To Save Money

Money, we all want it, but it can be a bit difficult to save while in college. It shouldn’t be that way! Here is how you can save… -Create a budget that is simple for you to use and know how much money you’re adding to it each week, (if possible) or month. Resist the […]

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Parking War Rages On

The Fall 2016 semester has started, and with every semester before it, the parking lot is the equivalent to a war zone, with students struggling to find a spot to leave their car just to get to class on time. With over 10,000 students enrolled at Chabot, it’s obvious that not everyone is on campus […]

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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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Chabot opinions: the looming BART strike

With the possibility of a new BART strike, The Chabot Spectator asked people on campus how the strike might affect their lives. “I think it will be a very big deal, not just to students and Chabot, but elsewhere as well. It’s going to be a big deal even if you don’t commute on BART. […]

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