Sunday, June 16, 2024

Why Are Egg Prices Continuing to Rise?

Many people have been impacted by the recent and steady increase in the price of food. Frequently discussed is the significant increase in egg...

An Alert at JCCC

On Monday, Feb. 6, campus police apprehended a male suspect who was previously issued a no-trespass on Jan. 31 in the Regnier Center.  Chris Gray,...

Give the gift of blood, as some will do the same for you one...

Did you know, “one in three people will need to receive  blood at some point in their lifetime,” (Community Blood Center handout). JCCC students, faculty,...

Love is Respect, Respect is Love

Update: Due to delay start on Feb. 9, “Love is Respect” event from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. has been cancelled.  As we approach...

And still, we rise

Black History Month will be celebrated from Wednesday, February 1st to Wednesday, March 1st this year, to honor and remember the struggles and triumphs...

Shifting the Power

The stigma associated with individuals who have disabilities is often surrounded by a sense of inferiority, disadvantage, and doubt of their capabilities. This adversity...

“20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” by Jules Verne will be discussed in the upcoming...

The 2023 Spring Great Books Series will begin with a discussion of Jules Verne’s novel, “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea,” in the CoLab (OCB...

Giving back to the community

The Center for Student Involvement inaugurated the first ever MLK Day of Service Competition, Jan. 17, which consisted of clubs and departments donating basic...

The Spring Semester awaits.

Welcome back, Cavaliers! We hope everyone had a safe and amazing holiday break. Students graduating in May, there are only 71 school days left...

FAFSA Night to assist students filing for student aid

College can be an expensive endeavor, especially without financial aid. There are substantial awards for those who complete the FAFSA, or Free Application for...
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