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Art coming together

By Sarina Galindo On Feb. 7, students, staff and visitors came together and viewed the art on display in Napa Hall. “Cuentos in Amatl” curated by Celia Herrera Rodriguez and held in Napa Hall from Jan. 28 Feb. 21, focused on the ways of experiencing art in non-western Indigenous traditions and customs. All types of […]

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Everyone should do theatre

By Andreya Martinez “Movies will make you famous; television will make you rich; but theatre will make you good;’ said actor, singer and theatre director Terrence Mann. The world of theatre is enriching and has an illustrious history that spans centuries. Greek theatre began in sixth century BCE when actors took the stage to perform […]

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Transfers make an impact

By Branden Hopper While heading to university directly from high school might be the traditional path to a college degree, attending a community college first is becoming more common. Many students decide to complete two years at a community college before transferring to a four-year university. Although the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) is […]

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Bring your AMA game

By Annie Kuzmanovic New beginnings are in the air as we are not only kicking off a new semester here at CI, but a new student organization has also been added to the roster of networking opportunities for students. Named for the field of study it will focus on, American Marketing Association (AMA) was started […]

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Beware of asbestos on campus

By Naomi Santana and Vyctorya Thomas-Vanzant The first thing many students notice when coming to CI are the abandoned buildings. Knowing the past of the school, it’s not uncommon that students want to explore these parts of campus for a glimpse of history, for the thrill or out of simple curiosity. However mysterious these buildings […]