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Get a Massage, between classes

By   /  January 29, 2013  /  Features  /  Comments Off

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The massage therapy program has opened up a massage clinic in SRC 1110. The clinic offers a variety of massages such as Swedish Wellness, Deep Tissue, and many others. It is $54.00 for a full hour and everyone gets $10.00 off his or her first visit. “The massage therapy program hopes to raise awareness about […]

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Balancing it all out: A look at the different work loads and priorities of community college students

By   /  January 29, 2013  /  Features  /  Comments Off

Fernanda Rodriguez is currently unemployed, but is looking for a job. The 22 year-old medical student is focusing on her studies and agrees it is easier to maintain good grades without a job to worry about.

  As community college students, many students are juggling classes, jobs, and families. Many are trying to make ends meet while working to support to their education and maintain good grades at the same time. Some are working two part time jobs while attending the college. Many might have children or live alone. Whatever the […]

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The Courier goes in-depth with the Islamic culture and how the college effects what food they can and can not eat

By   /  January 28, 2013  /  News  /  Comments Off

Two MSA members listening to the co-advisor about their faith and taking notes on their phones.

For many students on campus, eating is not a problem but for Muslims or other students with dietary restrictions, the food choices are often limited. Last November, SLC provided an open meeting between the students and Sodexo¹s managerial staff. Most of the students who attended had issues with Sodexo not providing enough meal options for […]

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Thief steals “The Mind Sculptor” worth $600

By   /  January 25, 2013  /  Police Reports  /  Comments Off

A student became a victim of theft in the SSC lounge on January 15. The victim was said to be in the lounge playing a card game with a few other students at 11 a.m. The victim said he was playing cards with people he didn’t know and could only recognize them by their face. […]

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SLC searches for new student leaders for fallen positions

By   /  January 25, 2013  /  Events, News  /  Comments Off

SLC member and student trustee Olivia Martin sits at the first January board meeting.

Student Leadership Council will hold elections for two positions for the spring semester due to fallen positions on January 29. Former Vice President of SLC Tim Ziman and former Outreach coordinator of SLC Jenna Holakovsky will not hold their positions this spring semester due to clear and unclear reasons. Holakovsky was said to have had […]

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CODTIP text message feature to launch

By   /  January 25, 2013  /  Opinion  /  Comments Off

Furthering their embrace of current technologies and trends, the college police department has released the Rave Eyewitness CODTIP text message program. The new program will allow students to anonymously alert the police of potential threats or if something seems out of place. The service can be utilized by sending a text message to 67283 with […]

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Iceless Rink

By   /  January 25, 2013  /  Copyright Notice  /  No Comments

Adjusted to the slippery surface, skaters pose for a group portrait.

 

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Lady Chaps win consecutive blowouts

By   /  January 25, 2013  /  Games, Sports  /  Comments Off

Guard Tashiana Walton takes a three at a recent game.

The Chaparral women’s basketball team posted back-to-back blowout victories this week against Harper and Triton College. The Lady Chaps defeated Harper Saturday night 77-43 and followed that up with a 71-41 victory on Wednesday. The big wins are signs that the Lady Chaps are starting to feel more in-sync offensively and were just what the […]

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Chaps fall to Triton Trojans in a tough away game

By   /  January 25, 2013  /  Games, Sports  /  Comments Off

Photo by Nathan Camp

The road woes continued for the Chaparral men’s basketball team Wednesday night as they were defeated by the Triton Trojans. The game, which was originally supposed to be held at the Chaps’ new home court the Walker Sports Complex, was already out of hand by the time the first half ended with Triton leading 48-29. […]

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Who ya got? with Slott

By   /  January 25, 2013  /  News, Sports  /  Comments Off

Austin Slott

Sibling rivalry provides for some of the most intense competition humankind has witnessed. On Feb. 3 it will take place where it never has before: the Super Bowl. The Baltimore Ravens vs. the San Francisco 49ers will pit John Harbaugh against Jim Harbaugh in a must-see matchup. This is the game that people were hoping […]

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