Category SacCity Express

NEW HELP FOR STUDENT ‘DREAMERS’: ALIANZA WILL FIGHT FOR THOSE AT CITY COLLEGE WITH UNDOCUMENTED STATUS

Matt M. Joye | Guest Writer | mattmjoye@gmail.com | April 10 Members of City College’s Alianza Organization plan a fundraising, dinner honoring retiring Dean of Counseling and Student Success David Rasul. | Matt M. Joye  Community colleges like City College provide educational opportunities for students to fulfill their hopes and aspirations. There are, however, Dreamers among […]

SOMETHING TO PROVE: UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT SEES SCHOOL AS A WAY TO EXHIBIT POTENTIAL

    Photo Illustration by Vivian Liu and Evan E. Duran – vivian.su.liu@gmail.com and evanduran@gmail.com Matt M. Joye | Guest Writer | mattmjoye@gmail.com Oct. 24 “I do not expect to be perfect, but I do expect to be of the best…[be] one of the best students, [be] one of the best citizen-models,” says an undocumented […]

DEFERRED ACTION: WITHOUT DREAM, IMMIGRATION STATUS MOVES FORWARD

Evan E. Duran || evaneduran@gmail.com Matt M. Joye | Guest Writer | mattmjoye@gmail.com Oct. 24 It is nearing the three-month mark since U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services began accepting applications under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) on Aug. 15. Yet a lower than expected number of applications have been received thus far, due in […]

HONORS AT CITY: HONORS CLASSES AND SOCIETY OFFER UNIQUE BENEFITS TO STUDENTS IN THE KNOW

Originally published in the Sac City Express Sept. 26: View original article here. Matt M. Joye | News Editor | mattmjoye@gmail.com Sept. 26 City College offers many programs and services, so it is understandable that not everyone knows the difference between honors classes and the honors society. Some don’t know anything about the honors program […]

DEFERRED ACTION WORKSHOPS TO BE HELD SEPT. 18: UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS FACE CHOICE

Originally published in the Sac City Express Sept. 15: View original article here. Matt M. Joye | News Editor | mattmjoye@gmail.com As students return to City College for the fall semester, some undocumented students will face the decision of whether or not to register with the U.S. Department of Citizenship and Immigration Services as part […]

SUSURRUS GOES FROM ‘LIGHT TO DARK’

City College’s literary journal release party May 5 Originally Published in the SacCity Express: view original article May 4, 2012 by Matthew M. Joye | Staff Writer The 2011-2012 edition of City College’s award-winning literary journal, Susurrus,will be unveiled on May 5 at a evening release party . In addition to this year’s journal, the […]

CONVERSATION WITH THE CHANCELLOR

Brice Harris reflects on years at Los Rios Originally Published in the SacCity Express: view original article May 2, 2012 by Matthew M. Joye | Staff writer Brice Harris will retire as chancellor of the Los Rios Community College District on Aug. 31 after 16 years. On April 25, Harris sat down for a conversation […]