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Top Five Summer Blockbusters

In the past three months, over 100 films were released in theaters. Depending on location and date, audiences were offered a diverse selection at the box-office, but also at home through on-demand platforms. Studios struggle to release their hopeful, franchise-making hit, while audiences decide if their evening is better spent in a romance about cancer-patient teenagers, […]

UPDATE: Lockdown at Rancho Cucamonga Campus

Update: RT @ivdailybulletin: Student arrested for making false bomb threat at @ChaffeyCollege http://t.co/2hfKysv2Oh pic.twitter.com/CbqfuQgth3 — Liset Marquez (@JournaLiset) August 22, 2014   No one got in, no one got out. On Thursday Aug. 21, at approximately 1 p.m., the Chaffey College Rancho Cucamonga campus was put on lockdown in response to a bomb threat. Students […]

Five great summer discoveries for students

One thing you can always expect every summer is to make a new discovery. The summer of 2014 was no exception. Moviegoers, literary junkies, music lovers and the social media obsessed all had something to look forward to this year. 5. Goodreads (Book App) For any bookworm who has ever wanted to join a book club but […]

Profile: Jake Gallaway aims for future diamonds

Panther baseball player Jake Gallaway’s resiliency is beginning to pay off.

Men’s season ends in Final Four defeat

Chaffey battled their way through the southern region to be a part of the state finals for the second straight year.

Swipe a date

28 August 2014

The app’s logo. (Tinder, Inc.) In today’s day and age, everything is being flipped on its head, particularly dating. When the best man gives his toast, he usually explains how the couple met in some funny or coincidental way. Thanks to infamous hook-up apps there is no more need for all of the unnecessary explanation. […]

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‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’ ain’t worth a dame

27 August 2014

Josh Brolin (left) and Eva Green (right) in “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.” (Troublemaker Studios/The Weinstein Company) Film noir is remembered for its visuals, but it’s respected for the characters, themes and struggles that tell stories that come from a dark, often criminal and immoral place. Frank Miller’s graphic novel and the 2005 film […]

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RE2PECT: Remembering Sheldon Martin

25 August 2014

The number “2″ will be displayed on the football team’s helmets this season in honor of late teammate Sheldon Martin. Martin was a former Jurupa Valley High School standout who came to Chaffey in January. He was a standout athlete, playing both offense and defense at his high school. Coming into this season, he had […]

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Death, Taxes and Regret

19 August 2014

Someone once said that only two things are certain in life, death and taxes. Please allow that incredibly happy note resonate with you for a moment before adding a third. Regret. I wish I had. Why Didn’t I? I should have. As the promise of another semester begins it is easy to overlook the moment for […]

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ZERO PARK THIRTY

19 August 2014

Next to having a late registration date, finding parking during the first few weeks of school is perhaps the most frustrating experience students have to endure. Luckily here are a few pro-tips from veteran parking vultures: The best way to avoid parking headaches is to plan ahead and claim your parking space early. If your […]

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BreezeCast: Episode 9 – End of Semester

13 May 2014

Hanajun has a lot of people to thank in the final semester.

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Panther Baseball wins conference title despite season obstacles

05 May 2014

Each year only one team can say they ended their season with a win to call themselves a champion. A trip to the playoffs with hopes to become that team, usually begins with a conference championship.

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Top five independent musicians nationwide

05 May 2014

Thanks to social medias such as Twitter and music apps such as Sound Cloud, music lovers are open to a world of musical artistry that goes far beyond the mainstream.

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Wes Anderson delivers his best film yet

05 May 2014

Murder, mystery and intrigue are colorful in “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” the new Comedy-drama film by acclaimed director Wes Anderson.

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‘Matched’ is the next big young adult trilogy on the horizon

05 May 2014

With the Sci-Fi/Romance phenomenon at an all-time high, Ally Condie’s “Matched” trilogy delivers a futuristic depiction of life, love, and rebellion that certainly fits the trend.

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‘Dark Souls II’ is to die for

05 May 2014

Death is normally a bad thing in video games.

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Novel affects through balanced story telling

05 May 2014

John Green takes his readers through a well-constructed emotional roller coaster that is “The Fault in Our Stars.”

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‘Brick Mansions’ parkours itself into absolute stupidity

05 May 2014

“Brick Mansions” is the best kind of terrible movie.

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CCFem panel debunks myths

05 May 2014

A video compilation played across the screen in Wargin Hall 142 on April 22, with men making sexist comments about females.

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Panthers go green for Earth Week

05 May 2014

From April 21-24, Green Earth Movement committee hosted “Go Green Week” to celebrate Earth Week.

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Natural hair movement: A brief perspective into black female hair culture

05 May 2014

“The natural hair movement is about black women embracing their natural hair,” Tiffany McKee, business major at Cal State University, said.

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Veg-head adventures: crumbled bacon crisis

05 May 2014

Bacon. A delicious, smoky taste that titillates the senses. And it comes from a pig.

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Kind clicks send the wrong message online

05 May 2014

We are becoming a generation of creepers living vicariously through our friends’ updates.

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Pie throwing event proves successful

05 May 2014

Many students have felt anger toward their professors, for many reasons, including giving mid-terms before spring break, assigning an uncountable number of pages for an essay or even, a final.

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Fire on the mountain

05 May 2014

What began as a small brush fire in Rancho Cucamonga soon turned into a catastrophe, devouring 1,000 acres and counting of forest preserve.

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