All posts in Spring 2013

Finals: Stay Focused

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If you’re anything like me, you are not on top of your workload and are beginning to cram for final exams, essays, presentations, and homework assignments. This time is crucial in order to finish the class strong with a good grade and get a reward out of it.  Now we have to make sacrifices by putting off […]

ASBCC Election Results

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Last week was very intense, and I’m not just talking about final projects and assignments for the end of the semester, but student government elections. Candidates had their last chance to campaign around campus and the elections committee got prepared to count votes and get the ballots ready. If you were here in school between […]

Stories to Follow This MLB Season

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Now that baseball is back in full swing, several storylines are emerging that are worth watching this season. Oakland Athletics – Despite winning the AL West Division Championship in 2012, no one in the media is paying attention to them or believes it was not a fluke. Yet as manager Bob Melvin told MLB.com, “We’re […]

BCC Updates

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Although this semester is finally ending, this does not mean that the various clubs and organizations on campus are not hard at work, putting together event after event! Check out what we’ve got in store for you for the next two weeks! BCCSC Transfer Panel Workshop May 1st, 6 pm to 7.30 pm: This event will […]

United for Syria

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The event commenced with an array of students in the basement, otherwise known as the atrium. To my left were three students on their knees held at “gun-point,” and on my right, three students placed on the ground with an array of flowers, signifying their death and the ascending losses in Syria. This scene succeeded […]

Students Celebrate Poetry at Monthly Reading

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The Berkeley City College Society of Verse and Poetics hosted their monthly poetry reading on Friday in the auditorium. With finger snapping and cheers, students helped each other feel comfortable and create a safe space to share their art. Co-founder of the BCC Society of Verse and Poetics Terry Taplin explains the ritual that opens […]