Sunday, September 15, 2019

Sopcich announces retirement

President Joseph Sopcich announced his retirement on Tuesday via an email to the college staff. His retirement will be effective at the end of the 19-20 school...

The college doesn’t offer health insurance to its students. Should it?

Avery Gott Staff Reporter agott6@jccc.edu The Insurance page on the college’s website is four sentences. “JCCC does not provide health insurance plans for students. If you need health insurance, visit healthcare.gov to enroll in...
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Fine Arts and Design Studios ribbon cutting ceremony held on campus

After being under construction for most of the semester, the new Fine Arts and Design Studios (FADS) building held an official ribbon cutting ceremony...

Transgender Awareness talks held at college

Joseph Adams News Editor jadams68@jccc.edu The college held three transgender awareness presentations on the 23rd, 24th and 25th of April. Ash Allee, professor, sociology, gave the last presentation on...
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Thai water festival makes a splash

Here at JCCC, the Student Ambassadors held an annual Thai Water Festival. Songkran is Thailand's most famous festival. An important event on the Buddhist calendar, this water festival marks the beginning...
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Youth voting on campus

With the 2020 election on the horizon, Assistant Professor of Political Science Andrea Vieux shared some information regarding voter turnout among young people.  “It is...
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April showers bring May flowers and distracted drivers

While everyone is stopping to smell the roses, you may want to consider not doing it while you’re driving. April is Distracted Driving Awareness...

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...
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