Thursday, July 18, 2019

Who is to blame in the school funding debate?

Avery Gott Staff Reporter agott6@jccc.edu In December 2018, the Board of Trustees decided to increase tuition by $1 per credit hour. Seven months earlier, however, the board voted to decrease...

Big brothers big sisters encourages students to join

Kate Brown Special to the Ledger  Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) held a seminar, encouraging college students to become part of BBBS. Micheala Mathiesen, a former Big and Little,...
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Gallery: Window decals pop up on campus

For more of our coverage on the bird death study, click here.
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Honors student association hosts murder mystery masquerade

The Honors Student Association put on a Murder Mystery Masquerade, on Friday the 29th. The event was open to all students of the college...

What Were You Wearing: Exhibit sparks conversation on campus

Andi Stevens Special to the Ledger  On the third floor where LIB and OCB connect are eight common outfits pinned to the walls inside a glass display case....
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Students share their experiences with seasonal allergies

For some, the warm weather of spring is accompanied by a number of unpleasant symptoms caused by pollen in the air. A few students...
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Gallery: Horticulture plant sale

Check out our livestream here: https://twitter.com/campusledger/status/1117871351010746369

Going for Gold: Students selected for 2020 Culinary Olympics

Avery Gott Staff Reporter agott6@jccc.edu Carrot ice cream and tableside cooked rabbit are just two of the menu items that a team of culinary students will make in Stuttgart, Germany,...
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The college had a town hall with possible presidential candidate Howard Schultz

Howard Schultz, who is considering a White House run in 2020, answered some questions from students at the college. Here’s Vincent Amiri with the...
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