District board trustees push funding measure in June
“There’s no better way to help education than to fund the future of community colleges,” Associated Students Union President Ysrael Condori said about the district’s $450 million June bond measure.
Service hindered by shrinkage of Bookstore
From a spacious room full of books to a classroom-sized portable, the Bookstore has shifted its location to a smaller facility but continues to serve about 6,000 students.
50 years ago students, faculty, locals gathered on campus for speech by civil rights leader
The March on Washington, D.C., by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and 200,000 of his supporters in 1963 is remembered as one of the most iconic moments in civil rights history.
Demolition brings out past experiences
Throughout the years, the hub of the college in which students regularly congregated and socialized has bounced around various locations, but remained roughly in the middle of the campus.