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Family fun for all

“Grown Ups” is a comedy star studded movie filled with great humor and a great message. When I first went into the theater I was expecting the raunchy Adam Sandler movie like he is well known for. Instead I got hit with a touching story of five friends that haven’t seen each other in a […]

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Spectator staff Micheal Lopes (left), Chris Stott (right), and Alexis Daniel (not pictured) volunteered Thursday June 10th to build a playground with HARD (Hayward Area Recreation Department) off Soto Road in Hayward.

Volunteers combine strengths to build something great

Over 300 volunteers from across the bay area gathered today to build a playground in Hayward off Soto Road. The event was sponsored by Home Depot, the City of Hayward, South Hayward Parish, Kaboom, and HARD (Hayward Area Recreation District). Home Depot provided the tools and mulch to build the playground and volunteer staff from […]

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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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Upcoming free events at Hayward libraries

Information courtesy of Jody Snyder Make a Splash- Read! Summer Reading Program for Kids June 11 through August 21st, 2010- Hayward Public Libraries Read and earn prizes. Pick up a reading record at the Weekes Branch or Hayward Main Library. Ages birth – 6th grade. Teens, be a summer reading student friend volunteer. Orientations start […]

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A Walk of Remembrance

Audio Slideshow by Arpi Nakashian and Sean Jones

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2010 CNPA Grant

The Chabot Spectator will recieve a grant for equipment from CNPA (California Newspaper Publishers Association) Foundation. This grant will help contribute to the purchasing of newer equipment to publish content online. For more information about CNPA or the grant that the Chabot Spectator recieved go to http://www.cnpa.com/full_story.cfm?id=1821.

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Q & A with Mayoral Candidate Belden

Jacqui Boggess / Staff Writer Have you ever wondered if a young person can really make a difference in politics? Then Chabot College student, Ryan Belden is a person you should meet. Being only at young age of 24 he has already had a vast political career that seems to keep growing. Growing up he […]

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Q & A with Mayoral Candidate Belden

Jacqui Boggess / Staff Writer Have you ever wondered if a young person can really make a difference in politics? Then Chabot College student, Ryan Belden is a person you should meet. Being only at young age of 24 he has already had a vast political career that seems to keep growing. Growing up he […]

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ASCC elections deemed invalid

As the current semester comes to a close, members of the ASCC held the final meeting of their terms as part of the student government. Yet, as they conclude their final weeks in office, one issue still remains undecided: What is happening with the elections? Two factions emerged in this debate. On one side are […]

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Communication will suffer

Disabled Student Resource Center to lose staff member Jose Rios / Focus Editor The Disabled Student Resource Center (DSRC) Dharna Patel, an employee, whose visa is set to expire, will no longer be sponsored to stay past 2010. Patel is trained to communicate with disabled students such as those who are deaf and blind, and […]

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