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Hustlin’ Panthers “run” over Chargers

                                The No. 2 ranked Panthers beat the Chargers of Cypress College 80-67, in a home game Nov.19, improving their preseason record to 7-0. Coming off back-to-back tournament championships at Cuesta and Fullerton, the Panthers continued its win streak wednesday […]

League of lego: Robots invade chaffey

                                Children are the future. Robotics are the future. So it’s only natural that some amalgamation of the two would be conceived. The children’s educational organization For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology hosts a number of robotic competitions […]

In honor of Veteran’s day

                                On the eleventh day of the eleventh month of every year, Americans honor military veterans. To commemorate this year’s celebration, the Office of Student Activities and ASCC hosted a plaque inauguration for veterans. The ceremony was followed by a […]

Opening up about rape culture

                                Students were treated to one of the most controversial discussion panels at Chaffey College on Nov. 3: rape culture. A lot of animosity had built after arguments over rape culture began on the Facebook e-vite. The biggest controversy on […]

‘Spring Awakening': “Totally fucked”

                                Sex, violence, puberty and suicide are topics explored in Frank Wedekind’s “Spring Awakening.” However, these are not new problems. Originally written in 1891 by the German author, the play was too controversial for its time and was quickly banned. […]

Zealous Preacher Sparks Contention

26 February 2015

Students were offended and upset when Sebascian Bryan preached in the center quad on February 19. Students of various faiths, beliefs, race, ethnicity and sexuality gathered in response, causing heated debates. Bryan, age 23, is the professed preacher. He associates himself with the religion of Christianity and claims to have one primary goal for his […]

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Food Court Fiasco

26 February 2015

  Long lines, confusion and slow service await hungry students looking for food at the Panther Bistro. The Chaffey Food Commons is still experiencing “updates” and traffic flow renovations. A change in the paying process has not only slowed down the process even more, but has also caused an overwhelming amount of disarray. Students pay at […]

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Fontana Campus Plans Expansion

26 February 2015

At first glance students may not look at the Fontana campus as a location to further their education. Compared to the Rancho Cucamonga and Chino campus, Fontana’s three buildings pale in comparison on Sierra Avenue. Vision 2025 plan is aimed to improve the growth as well as assist with the enrollment projection. Funding for this […]

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Get Twisted with Daytripper

26 February 2015

Every year, the One Book One College Committee organizes events based on the year’s chosen novel to cultivate an engaging, creative and unified environment through campus discussion. Daytripper, a graphic novel by Gabriel Bà and Fabio Moon, is the book of the 2014-2015 school year. Daytwister: A Storytelling Experience is one of many events that […]

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Doctorate with a Dream

26 February 2015

Hope: Keeping the Dream Alive, a speech inspired by Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, was given in honor of Black History Month. Dr. Carol Dickerson told students her story of how she went from being a community college student at Mt. SAC to earning her Doctorate. Fourty-eight students filled the student activities […]

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Career Expo To Feature Programs for Students

25 February 2015

Featuring cutting edge programs of study and a number of employment options, the 4th annual Career Expo will be held Wednesday, March 11. A group of government agencies, industry and community organizations will participate in the event, including the Career Technical Education collaborative for the west end which serves Chaffey College and the Baldy View […]

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Panthers baseball routs Cerro Coso

25 February 2015

Chaffey baseball cruised to a 10-3 victory over the Coyotes of Cerro Coso at home on Saturday, behind a solid pitching performance from Panthers starter Brenden Hornung. It looked like it would be a long day for Hornung and the Panthers after giving up a run in the first inning and at one point having […]

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Adom Jacko signs with Loyola Marymount University

12 February 2015

Sophomore forward Adom Jacko decided his future this past November, signing a letter of intent to continue his education and collegiate basketball career at Loyola Marymount University. Jacko, who stands at 6 feet 7 inches tall and 215 pounds recalls basketball being a part of his life growing up. “I played basketball my whole life. […]

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Toure Boyd to Division 1 school

12 February 2015

Toure Boyd’s dreams came true the day he was recruited to play football at the University of South Carolina, an NCAA Division 1 university. “It’s a dream come true to get to play for them,” Boyd said. An Alabama native, Boyd said he was in talks with several universities, some of which are part of […]

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Profile: Chelsea Waddy

12 February 2015

From rackets to backboards, Chelsea Waddy decided when she was seven years old that despite her love for tennis, basketball was her calling. When Waddy is not rebounding “I try to keep everyone positive during practice. Itryto always be a team player. or blocking all of the shots the opposing team is attempting, she also […]

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Ford trains for the Olympics

12 February 2015

Track Coach Ihem Blackman sees star sprinter Walter Ford as one of the top runners in the state of California. “My expectation for Walter is to get him a scholarship to a university and return to state for another championship,” Blackman said. “As well as train him for the next Olympics, in which he is […]

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Intergenerational stereotyping is inevitable

12 February 2015

The older demographic always has the luxury of hindsight, the ability to chart how values change over a lifetime. But those same individuals tend to overestimate the sobriety of their youth. The narrative of the more experienced lot reads the same time and again: “These damn kids.” According to media consensus, millennials, otherwise known as […]

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I am not Charlie Hebdo

12 February 2015

At the Breeze we take pride in the way we tell stories. In an attempt to remain as objective as possible and not over editorialize, we take great efforts to remove ourselves from the stories we share. Today, however, I am going to break all those rules. The attacks that took place on Jan. 7, […]

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Free community college for all: Obama’s college promise delivers hesitant hope

12 February 2015

America’s college promise rings up a $60 billion price tag in the hopes of providing free community college for all. Barack Obama introduced his new plan just days before taking the stage at the State of the Union. The goal is to get one step closer to providing free college the way that some other […]

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Cooper, Eastwood Kill at box office

10 February 2015

Bradley Cooper brings the most lethal sniper in U.S. military history to life in this intense war biopic. Directed by Clint Eastwood, American Sniper is based on the late Chris Kyle’s best selling autobiography. Cooper’s performance is excellent. He gives Kyle a strong on-screen presence with his ability to display confidence and obsession with fighting […]

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See Savage Sentimentality

10 February 2015

On Tuesday, Jan. 13, professional and student artists embraced sentimentality in the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art. Savage Sentimentality, in conjunction with Foundation for Art Resources and curated by Steven Hampton, illustrates the relationship between ferociousness and emotion with 20 pieces of art. The exhibit features 11 artists who have unique connections to sentiment. “There […]

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Chaffey takes on ‘SOTU’: Chaffey student attends 2015 State of the Union

10 February 2015

Crystal Tettenhorst’s visit to Washington, DC, was almost ordinary except for one thing: she got to be in the same room as President Barack Obama delivered the State of the Union address on Jan. 20. Tettenhorst was able to attend the address as a guest for Congresswoman Norma J. Torres (D-CA) who was also attending […]

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V-Day for all budgets: local Valentine’s Day solutions for singles and couples

10 February 2015

In the midst of stress from trying to manage school, work, and family, Valentine’s Day is barreling toward us with an alarming speed, leaving many unsure and unaware of the holiday’s events and possibilities. Whether you’re looking for some singles fun or a romantic day with your sweetheart, here are some simple and local happenings […]

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Measles outbreak continues, vaccine available on campus

10 February 2015

With more than 70 cases of the measles reported, California is seeing the highest caseload since before the 2000s. The measles is a highly contagious illness that is easily spread through both air and physical contact. The disease can cause fever, rash, cough, and red, watery eyes. Students who suspect they have the measles should […]

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$18,000 sits behind the Wignall

10 February 2015

Chaffey College has invested seven years and $18,000 in a multi-piece sculpture that remains stored. “Props” by Amy Maloof, a local multimedia artist, can be found in a dirt lot behind the Wignall. The sculpture was first displayed in 2008 as part of the Wignall’s “Inlandia” exhibit. The work resembles the Hollywood sign, spelling Cucamonga. […]

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