Monday, March 18, 2019

Update: Sopcich’s insensitive remarks live tweeted

Kaytlin Hill Editor-in-chief khill48@jccc.edu On Feb. 14, we reported on college President Joe Sopcich’s insensitive remarks about the tuition raise. Since then, we have reached out to those involved regarding these comments. Sopcich was overheard...

Sopcich’s insensitive remarks live tweeted

Kaytlin Hill Editor-in-chief khill48@jccc.edu College President Joe Sopcich was overheard making inflammatory comments regarding the upcoming tuition raise at a Marriott restaurant in Washington D.C. According to tweets from Kansan Democratic National Committee member, Chris Reeves, Sopcich talked about the financial...

Winter weather interrupts blood drive

Steven Abramo Staff reporter sabramo@jccc.edu Students gathered inside the Regnier Center (RC) 101A on Wednesday, Feb. 6, to donate blood at the college’s winter blood drive. The drive is sponsored by the...
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Government shutdown affects financial aid

On Dec. 22nd of last year, the longest government shutdown in United States history began, and finally ended on the 25th of Jan. Not only did...
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Gallery: Speed friending

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Students share their opinions on early morning alerts

Although the weather conditions are not always predictable, most students are criticizing the short time that the college takes to send alerts cancelling classes. "I...
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A look at the new Fine Arts and Design Studios building

  This semester, all of the Fine Arts classes previously held in the ATB, in addition to Film and Graphic Design classes, are now in the new...
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