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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

City College to focus more on high school graduates if SB 1456 passes Originally Published in the SacCity Express: view original article May 4, 2012 by Matthew M. Joye | Staff writer City College students who don’t meet academic progress requirements may soon lose eligibility for the California Community College Board of Governors (BOG) fee […]

Los Rios Community College Chancellor Brice Harris to retire Originally Published in the SacCity Express  May 1, 2012 by Matthew M. Joye | Staff Writer The Los Rios Community College District trustees held a special board meeting in February at Sacramento City College to discuss a topic most of the trustees would rather not have […]

Ban on food sales promotes club ingenuity Originally Published in the SacCity Express: view original article April 18, 2012 by Matthew M. Joye | Staff Writer For years City College clubs depended on food sales to raise funds to finance events and scholarships. All that changed last fall when the college started enforcing health safety […]