Castro dies at 90

Fidel Castro, former revolutionary leader and president of Cuba, died on Nov. 25 at the age of 90. News of his death was announced on Cuban state television by his brother and More »

Alpha Delta Nu hosts domestic violence seminar

A domestic violence seminar took place at JJC’s U-building auditorium on Nov. 8. Alpha Delta Nu, an honor society at JJC for nursing students, hosted the event. Much of the seminar discussed More »

Special athletic event honors veterans

Nov. 15, JJC and community members invited veterans to a special event to honor them in between the men’s and women’s basketball games at the gym. Check out our coverage below: More »

‘Dishonored 2′ is royalty

If people are still looking for a game that matches Bioshock’s epic combat and exploration, look no further. Dishonored 2 is an incredible stealth game that rewards and challenges players, while also More »

Smash Pack II Coverage, Veteran’s Day Ceremony, more

For those who had missed it, The Blazer covered the Smash Bros. tournament at JJC this semester. Expect a story for the final issue of the semester on Nov. 30. Veteran’s Day More »

Faculty Profile: ’60′ with Sanderson

With the 2016-17 set to begin, women’s basketball head coach Shaun Sanderson said he’s ready for the year. “We’re pretty excited to get going,” Sanderson said. This isn’t the first time Sanderson More »

 

Castro dies at 90

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Fidel Castro, former revolutionary leader and president of Cuba, died on Nov. 25 at the age of 90. News of his death was announced on Cuban state television by his brother and current Cuban President, Raúl Castro. After the Cuban

Alpha Delta Nu hosts domestic violence seminar

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A domestic violence seminar took place at JJC’s U-building auditorium on Nov. 8. Alpha Delta Nu, an honor society at JJC for nursing students, hosted the event. Much of the seminar discussed several types of domestic abuse, which is not

Women ‘fight back’ at self-defense workshops

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A women’s self-defense workshop, taught by faculty member Kaneda Matthayasack, was held at the JJC U-building auditorium on Saturday, Nov.12. The workshop was set up to help prepare women for the possible event of being attacked and what should be

Special athletic event honors veterans

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Nov. 15, JJC and community members invited veterans to a special event to honor them in between the men’s and women’s basketball games at the gym. Check out our coverage below:

‘Dishonored 2′ is royalty

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If people are still looking for a game that matches Bioshock’s epic combat and exploration, look no further. Dishonored 2 is an incredible stealth game that rewards and challenges players, while also engaging them in a breathing, living world filled

Smash Pack II Coverage, Veteran’s Day Ceremony, more

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For those who had missed it, The Blazer covered the Smash Bros. tournament at JJC this semester. Expect a story for the final issue of the semester on Nov. 30. Veteran’s Day Ceremony was covered as well on Nov. 10

Faculty Profile: ’60′ with Sanderson

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With the 2016-17 set to begin, women’s basketball head coach Shaun Sanderson said he’s ready for the year. “We’re pretty excited to get going,” Sanderson said. This isn’t the first time Sanderson has gotten himself and his team ready for

Column: It will be alright, America

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Well, we did it America. Whatever “it” is, we did it. For all of those who wanted change, oh boy you got it. Donald Trump is officially our president. It is a result that has many Americans rejoicing, and equally

Latinos Unidos organizes Day of the Dead

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Dancing, singing and skull ornaments adorned JJC’s center bridge as Latinos Unidos celebrated Day of the Dead on Nov. 2. Martha Villegas Miranda, adviser of Latinos Unidos, gathered students passing by the celebration while dancing and explaining the celebration via

Discover JJC gives new students a first-look

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JJC hosted its annual Discover JJC Open House on Saturday, Nov. 5. The event, which ran from 9 a.m. to noon, allowed high school students and their families a chance to explore what the college has to offer. Throughout the