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Chabot Staff Becoming More Diverse

By Michelle Sifontes Staff writer Chabot College serves a diverse population of 13,000 students in five different major ethnic groups. African-American, Latinos, Asians, Filipino, and Caucasian students make up the major ethnic groups on campus. The staff of Chabot College is committed to supporting the students to help them succeed in their academic life. Over […]

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Dreamers Club

By Vincent Vonschert Staff Writer Dreamers Club is an organization whose mission is to build a community in support of undocumented students at Chabot. Although primarily for undocumented students the Dreamers Club welcomes all students are welcomed to join.They meet every Thursday from 12-1pm in Room 506. In 2012 President Obama conducted an executive action […]

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KCRH Valentines Speed Dating

KCRH Kupid Shuffle

By Lisette Donaire Opinions Editor When thinking about speed dating, what usually comes to your mind? People looking for hookups or individuals just looking for that special someone. Well Chabot’s very own KCRH 89.9 FM radio staff hosted its very first “KUPID SHUFFLE”. Before the event happened I had the privilege to sit down with […]

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News and Social Media

By: Arianne Arciaga Staff Writer Social networking has become a big part of our everyday lives; whether it’s Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, or Twitter, we are all practically zombies to social media sites. We check it 24/7 when we’re waiting in line at a store, sitting in class, or just sitting around at home. It has […]

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Graduation Changes

When it comes to graduation, it is one of the most important moments in a student’s life. After all the restless nights of studying, all the cramming for exams and tests, graduation is the cumulation of all the hard work a student has to do when attending school. Whether upcoming graduates are either graduating to […]

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Fake News

As a generation who is on social media almost 24/7, it’s safe to say that we highly depend on these social media sites to give us news on what is happening around locally, nationally, and internationally. On April 6, two of Chabot College’s librarians, Kelly Meadow and Norman Buchwald, opened a workshop for students to […]

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Immigrants Makes America Great Again

Immigration has become one of the most sensitive, and controversial topic in today’s society. CNN.com reports that Approximately 2.7 million undocumented immigrants were legalized under the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act. Many immigrants have several reasons why they come to America. Several people who are now U.S. citizen, or in process of getting their […]

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Equal Pay Day

As Equal Pay Day just passed us by on April 4, I would like to bring attention to this symbolic day. Equal Pay Day is the day when women’s earnings “catch up” to men’s earnings from the previous year. It’s also an important occasion to bring awareness and organize action around the gender pay gap […]

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The Nintendo Switch

By: Baldo Alcazar Entertainment Editor The Switch is Nintendo’s newest member to their family of consoles. The Switch is a handheld and console hybrid that may revolutionize modern gaming. The console is capable of taking full-sized games on the go. From Legend of Zelda to Super Mario Brother’s these aren’t your standard mobile games, these […]

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Disruption in the U.S. Accreditation Space

The United States Accreditation has recently followed under unprecedented criticism and increasing demands for accountability to government and the public in authority in the quality of higher education. (Council for Higher Education Accreditation & Boston College Center for International Higher Education). This will force schools that want to be accredited, to make students graduate in […]

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