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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Death Of Youtube?

28 April 2017

Recently due to an outpour of concern over content created on YouTube, major companies such as PepsiCo. and Wal-Mart have pulled all advertising on the site. Due to this massive boycott, the Google company, who owns YouTube, is estimated to lose around 750 million dollars in revenue because of the international boycott. This boycott began […]

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The Ongoing Battle against Climate Change

28 April 2017

Eccentric weather patterns, severe droughts, rising sea levels, and increasing temperatures are only a few signs of the evident climate change within our planet. Whether or not people believe its existence, it is difficult to ignore the human activities that have exacerbated the Earth’s natural environment. Thus, as a result, the determinants suffer the glaring, […]

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Migos For Halftime

28 April 2017

While we all have already soaked in the comeback win of the Patriots over the Falcons at this year’s Super Bowl on February 5, there’s still one moment that is still a tough pill to swallow. While Lady Gaga’s halftime show performance has received acclaim from many, I feel a moment was missed with this […]

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March Eats: Just Potato & Red Chili

07 March 2017

By Kentfield Taylor Food Critic   While many may have an opinion on the best version of classic American soul food, there are certain elements that are undisputed. Setting atop the list is flavor. The barbecue ribs at “Just Potato Salad” in Hayward are so tender, they near about fall off the bone as they […]

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Mistrust in the Election Process

28 April 2017

The one thing that left right and center have in common is a mistrust in the process after the most recent presidential election. This raises the question can and should Americans trust the election cycle? Mistrust was high going into the polls on November 8. Trump had claimed the election was rigged and encouraged supporters […]

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John Wick: Review

28 April 2017

If you are someone who is familiar to the John Wick movie universe, than you understand that John Wick is the man who one calls to kill the boogeyman.  To those of you who are not familiar with John Wick, there’s a story that tells you how dangerous this man is. Rumor has it that […]

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As It Is – Okay – Album Review

28 April 2017

British pop-punk band, As It Is, is back with their sophomore album, okay., and it lives up to its title name. The band shows strides of growth with this album but fails to break out from the pack from similar acts in the scene. This album comes off the heel of the band’s first LP, […]

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Gladiators Vs. Sacramento City College Panthers

02 May 2017

Thursday afternoon on 01/31 was cloudy over Gene Wellman Field where the Chabot College Gladiators baseball team(1-2) topped the visiting Sacramento City Panthers(2-1) in extra innings 2-1.   The game started off tied at zero until the third inning when the Panthers sophomore centerfielder Auston Chastain #7 reached first base on a fielder’s choice, in […]

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Bart Prices on the Rise

28 April 2017

The BART prices just keep increasing, with the Bay Area Rapid Transit company wanting to raise the ticket prices after raising them 3.4 percent back in January 2016 (SF Gate). Most of the reasoning behind this is because BART is facing massive budget deficits for this and next fiscal years. So what does this mean […]

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CCSF Ends Battle to Remain Accredited

28 April 2017

On Friday, January 13, college officials learned that the City College of San Francisco will stay in business after its long, five-year battle to remain accredited. In 2012, the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges threatened to shut down CCSF and declared it as poorly ran. Thus, the college received the “show cause” sanction […]

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