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Men Panthers edge PCC out of playoffs Women Panthers start the Madness with home victory Club Rush 2014: Year of the Horse Early revenge for Panther baseball in home opener
 

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.

Panthers edge PCC out of playoffs

The Chaffey Panthers opened up their 2014 run at a state title on March 1 when they hosted no. 13 seed San Diego City College. The combined forces of a strong bench and nearly perfect performance by Adom Jacko pushed Chaffey to a nail biting 80-76 win.

Women Panthers start the Madness with home victory

It's March again, and that means college basketball playoffs, where anything can happen.

Club Rush 2014: Year of the Horse

Acrobat Jason Jiang carefully positioned stackable dinnerware on one of his feet, flipping them up one after the other onto a balancing point at the top of his head — one bowl, then three more, a saucer, and a spoon. With his other leg, he drove a unicycle.

Early revenge for Panther baseball in home opener

The Panthers played their first home game of the season against the Golden West Rustlers, a rematch of a Jan. 29 game Chaffey lost, 5-2. This game was the first win of the young season for Panther baseball and also handed Golden West their first loss of the season with a score of 6-3.

Women Panthers finish second in Foothill Conference after defeat

08 March 2014

After a sensational, come-from-behind victory against no. 11 Irvine Valley College on March 1, the Lady Panthers fell to no. 3 seed L.A. Valley in the third round regional.

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2014 Oscar fashion: The good, the bad, and the predictable

08 March 2014

When it comes to fashion, all eyes were glued to the television for the Academy Awards' red carpet event just to see who was wearing who.

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BreezeCast: Episode 5 – Electronic Paper

06 March 2014

Host and current editor-in-chief Hanajun Chung releases a piece featuring electronic dance music, presented by Giovanni, as well as commentary on steps being taken to advance the online presence of The Breeze.

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Men advance behind Jacko, bench

02 March 2014

The teams looked like mirror images of each other. Both teams used four guards that spread the floor and love to shoot threes. These teams were so similar, in fact, that in the two previous meetings between them this season, the point differential was only three.

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BreezeCast: Episode 4 – Welcome Back

25 February 2014

Host and current editor-in-chief Hanajun Chung releases a short piece introducing Giovanni and Julie’s new pieces. Listen to the episode here.  

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The quick and the efficient: Chaffey Police and shooters

24 February 2014

The times, they are a-changin’.

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First impressions: ‘The Walking Dead’ mid-season premiere

24 February 2014

It’s been two weeks since the mid-season return of AMC’s “The Walking Dead.” Judging from the first two episodes, the season is slowly planning toward something big near the end.

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Los Angeles Philharmonic String Quartet perform for Chaffey

24 February 2014

Despite having only three members, the Los Angeles Philharmonic String Quartet created a new program in less than 24 hours, rehearsing the pieces the day of the concert.

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Auto-Tech students succeed at SkillsUSA Competition

24 February 2014

From San Diego to Inyo County, students in Chaffey's auto-tech show they aren't messing around.

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Panthers take extra innings for win

24 February 2014

Panther baseballers headed to Compton on Feb. 18, looking to improve on their disappointing 2-6 record.

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Tiny Thoughts: Calling for student submissions of the minimal — and miniature

24 February 2014

The walls of the CAA Student Gallery will soon be filled with pint-sized fixtures of art.

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‘Generation of War’ taps deeply into Vietnam vet’s past psyche

24 February 2014

Students had the opportunity on Feb. 10 to experience the art of filmmaking, the light of community and the terror of war. “A Generation of War,” a collaboration between director Louise Salter, artist Johan Andersson, and activist veteran Ted Haler, was screened in CAA-112.

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The Transfer Chronicles: The quarter wrap up

23 February 2014

They should give transfer students a button after their last final: quarter semester survivor!

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Social media: uprise or downfall?

18 February 2014

Social media has evolved in the past ten years, from simple email, to multiple applications connecting participants on a more personal level.

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Coffee Nights offer students treats, information, and conversation

15 February 2014

Coffee Night is a weekly event where students can attend to receive brochures, information on student activities, scholarships or planners. These informational aspects are complimented with completely free coffee and pastries.

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Revenge of the Chaffey Review Film Festival entertains audiences

10 February 2014

The award-winning Chaffey Review literary magazine hosted its second annual film festival on Feb. 1.

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‘Ride Along’ is a rough film with a silver lining

10 February 2014

In January, studios normally release crap. Most critics will spend this month catching up on the prestigious Academy-recognized films. When a film like “Ride Along” gets released Jan. 17 and stays number one consecutively at the box office for three weeks, it draws attention.

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Two world-renowned jazz guitarists play free concert on campus

10 February 2014

Jan. 24 was a cool night for jazz guitar enthusiasts.

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The Remix: When it crosses to plagiarism

10 February 2014

When the name Shia Labeouf gets mentioned, “Even Stevens,” “Transformers” or that “Indiana Jones” movie we would all like to forget come to mind. Now the actor/writer/director has a new title falling him around. That title is plagiarist.

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Pape Seck: More than just a basketball player

10 February 2014

Assimilating into another culture is difficult, especially in America.

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