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Top Five Summer Blockbusters UPDATE: Lockdown at Rancho Cucamonga Campus Five great summer discoveries for students Profile: Jake Gallaway aims for future diamonds
 

Remembering Sheldon Martin

The number “2” will be displayed on the football team’s helmets this season in honor of late teammate Sheldon Martin. Only one player has the opportunity to wear the jersey that will be retired for good next year. Marquis Wimberly, teammate and fellow wide-receiver, was offered the honor to wear Martin’s number 2 on the […]

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.

Retraction: “Racism and Police Brutality”

24 October 2014

In the Oct. 20 issue, the Breeze ran a story covering the Racism and Police Brutality Panel on Oct. 8. We retract this article, which fails to meet the quality standards the Breeze has worked hard to maintain over the years. We would like to extend an apology to Professor Ryan Falcioni, whose position on […]

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A decade of Horror’s Best

21 October 2014

  “The Exorcists,” the original “Halloween,” and a classic such as “Nosferatu” will always be remembered as influential films of the horror genre. With Halloween slowly approaching, audiences usually a get a couple of horror films to fill out the weekend’s box office. This year is no different, with a handful of releases hoping to […]

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‘Hyrule Warriors’ simplifies adventure

21 October 2014

“Hyrule Warriors,” from the creators of “Dynasty Warriors,” takes the typical story arcs of a Zelda game, but throws away the puzzle mechanics, in favor of “hack-and-slash” action. Instead of a long journey that revolves around exploration and discovery, the action involves protecting the land of Hyrule against Ganon, an immortal who has power beyond […]

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‘Gone Girl’ grips with mystery

21 October 2014

  “Gone Girl,” the new mystery film directed by David Fincher is based on the bestselling novel of the same name. Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck), a journalist-turned-bar-owner, comes home on the day of his fifth anniversary, to find his wife missing. Nick’s wife, Amy (Rosemund Pike), is the star of a popular series of children’s […]

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Drought shaming

21 October 2014

The data revolution has finally jumped the shark. Before we dive into why or how that is possible, it is only appropriate to set up what “jumping the shark” is. In the fifth season of the highly popular television sitcom “Happy Days,” one of the main characters, Arthur Herbert Fonzarelli, also known as the “Fonz,” […]

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Farewell Landon Donovan

21 October 2014

The U.S. says goodbye to Captain America. Oct. 10, Landon Donovan, 32, played his final game with the U.S. Men’s National Team at Rentschler Field in Connecticut against Ecuador in an international friendly. Starting in the first half, he played for 40 minutes, sporting the usual home jersey and the captain band around his arm […]

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Daniel Hubbard: keeping it in the family

21 October 2014

Football runs deep in the bloodline of Chaffey Panther offensive lineman Daniel Hubbard. His cousin Gabe Jackson is the starting left guard for the Oakland Raiders. His uncle Aaron Cox is a former Los Angeles Rams and Indianapolis Colts wide receiver. His father Jessie Hubbard played with Warren Moon and once had a tryout for […]

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Riverside Community College hosts 2014 International Collegiate Programming Contest

21 October 2014

This year’s International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) regional for Southern California will be at Riverside Community College on Nov. 8. First organized by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) in the ‘70s, the ICPC has evolved into a highly competitive multi-tier competition spanning 94 countries on six continents. As the premier competitive programming event for […]

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PHI THETA KAPPA scholarships

21 October 2014

Over 230 individual scholarships are being offered this fall from 19 different sponsors. The Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarships award each student up to $30,000 per year. Additionally, prestigious scholarships such as the Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Scholarship and the All-USA Community College Academic Team Scholarship look particularly attractive on transfer applications. There […]

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National Hispanic Heritage Month

21 October 2014

  Cesar Chavez: California labor leader. Anthony Muñoz: USC alumni and NFL Hall of Fame 1998 inductee. Sonia Sotomayor: first Hispanic and third female justice in the U.S. Supreme Court. These are just three notable Hispanics in modern history who have altered the way that Hispanics are perceived. From Sept. 15-Oct. 15 Americans celebrate National […]

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Spurse, weeds and sidewalk eating

21 October 2014

  Starting in the lobby of the Wignall Museum, artist Ian Kerr declared that the group would look for things to eat on the campus. Rose Cobos, professor of biology, pointed out that Chaffey has a vineyard and a citrus orchard but Kerr and his colleague Matthew Friday were uninterested in cultivated food. They were […]

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We won’t be fooled again

21 October 2014

At Chaffey’s 2014 Club Rush, we found our daily campus life — namely Club Rush and the adjacent lunch line — strategically disrupted by a group known as the “Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust.” They split into two groups of three to four activists each, accompanied by large displays graphically depicting aborted fetuses, with cases […]

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Words + Art calling for a response

21 October 2014

With the hopes of encouraging creative writing and critical thinking, Neil Watkins and Danny Keener, both Chaffey professors and “One Book/ One College” members, invited students to the Wignall Museum for a chance to embrace art. Words + Art, presented by the Wignall, is meant to encourage students to write immediate responses to the work […]

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Panthers Fall to Dons, 29-23

16 October 2014

The Chaffey College football team fell short as Santa Ana walked away from Grigsby Field with a 29-23 non-conference win on Oct 11. Chaffey tied the game with seven minutes remaining, but could not hold the Dons’ offense. Panther kicker Rigoberto Luna went 3-for-3 and tied the game with a 36-yard field goal. The Panther’s […]

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$15 million in funding for IE colleges

14 October 2014

Chaffey College is slated to receive over $6.6 million out of nearly $15 million in grants being awarded to a consortium of 12 Inland Empire colleges this year. The funds stem from a $450 million federal grant pool to be divided among 270 community colleges nationwide as part of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College […]

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Eat your sidewalk

14 October 2014

A person does not simply have to be in the environment — one can be of the environment. “Eat Your Sidewalk” is an interactive event where participants will have the opportunity to forage for food while centering themselves in the environment. The event stemmed from an experiment conducted by a group of artists who challenged […]

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Megan Broy eyes X-Games

14 October 2014

She changed her boots, and they changed her life. She is endearing, dedicated, and hopes to compete at the X-Games as a snowboarder. Growing up, Meagan Broy, 21, used to ski with her family. That all changed when she was 13 and saw a pair of snowboard boots and decided to snowboard because they looked […]

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Connected with applications

14 October 2014

As the internet continues to simplify many parts of everyday life, there are still questions left about its use. Sure, one can pin a recipe to Pinterest or violate a celebrity’s privacy on Reddit, but beyond surface level videos of cats playing keyboards and distant relatives poking us on Facebook, the true power of being […]

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Women’s water polo wins big at home

14 October 2014

With its eye on Mt. SAC next week, the Chaffey Women’s Water Polo team defeated Pasadena 17-3 on Wednesday, Oct 9. Led by Salena Zapata’s four goals, the team made quick work of its opponent. Erika Obdam pitched in with three goals of her own. Allison Bartosik led the team with three assists. Another strong […]

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‘The Maze Runner’ thrills throughout

07 October 2014

With “The Maze Runner” being his major motion picture debut, Director Wes Ball proves he is a force to be reckoned with. From beginning to end, audiences are left on the edge of their seats. From the crystal clear, action-packed visual effects to the endearing moments of bravery, the film adaptation of “The Maze Runner” […]

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