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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. […]

A serviceable sequel: ‘Horrible Bosses 2’ repeats the winning formula of original

11 December 2014

  Almost everyone performing in “Horrible Bosses 2” is incredibly talented. The eclectic supporting cast all have at least one scene that is hilarious. They’re so talented that the three leads are elevated in shared scenes. When they’re alone, it’s more of the same from the first film. “Horrible Bosses 2” tries its absolute best […]

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A smashing good time: ‘Super Smash Bros.’ is a fighting game for everybody

11 December 2014

  Developer: Namco, Nintendo Platform: Wii U, 3DS. Price: $59.99 (Wii U), $39.99 (3DS) Fighting games have a history of taking themselves too seriously. “Super Smash Bros.” for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U is a fun fighting game with a relaxed atmosphere. With no plot and subtext, the game throws you into the action […]

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The war is over—if you want it

11 December 2014

  For those who are currently unaware, Christmas is under siege. At the mercy of near-Machiavellian manipulations of language and subjected to insidious subversion at the hands of secular entities, it has found itself victim to the slings and arrows of the politically correct. Except hilariously, none of that is actually true. Christmas (or any other […]

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International Students celebrate

11 December 2014

  Flags and clothing from all over the world decorated the quad on Wednesday, Nov. 19. Chaffey joined colleges and institutions across the globe to celebrate International Education Week, and initiative by the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Education that celebrates international education and exchange. The event was sponsored by the International […]

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Q & A with Troy Ford

10 December 2014

The Breeze: You’re in the Mecca of soccer in the United States by being in Southern California. What do you think needs to happen for national soccer to catch up to the world? Troy Ford: The best soccer players come from California. I would say, we’re going to set the standard no matter what. Everyone […]

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Gustavo Larios: familia y fútbol

10 December 2014

Panther soccer played a long 23-game season, making it to the second round of playoffs in the CCCAA State Championship before being eliminated. Gustavo Larios scored five goals and had one assist, placing him in the top 40 field players of the state. At three years old, his parents bought him his first soccer jersey. […]

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New ascc president reigns

10 December 2014

 As the seasons begin to change, so does the government at Chaffey College. The ASCC President elect, Nima Torbaty, has just stepped down from his position due to family matters and the ASCC Vice President, Carlotta Bohon, has stepped up to the plate. “I miss him (Torbaty) as President,” Bohon said. “I thought he was […]

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#GIRLBOSS comes alive

10 December 2014

Nasty gal — ‘No, it’s not a porn site’ For those who have been following Nasty Gal’s notorious climb from an eBay vintage shop to a $250 million company, the opening of a physical“brick-and-mortar” store was the next obvious step. So on Nov. 21 at 11 a.m., the emoji-filled ribbon was cut, and the masses […]

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Cooperative growth yields fine wine

10 December 2014

It is no coincidence that two of the oldest and most historical parts of Rancho Cucamonga are Chaffey  Community College and vineyards like Filippi Winery. Since the time of the great Greek philosophers, learning and drinking have been paired like cheese and, well, wine. In 2007, Chaffey College approached the Joseph Filippi Winery in Rancho […]

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Fall 2014 – The Breezecast #2 – “For the Future”

09 December 2014

After a semester-long hiatus, the Breezecast is back with one last episode. Join Hanajun as he brings in Calvin, Micah, Jose, and Jake for a discussion on their individual roles within the newsroom, as well as some words of wisdom for future, incoming students. Hanajun Chung @hanajun

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Facing the marginalized monster

29 November 2014

                                In 2013 Eminem teamed up with Rihanna and dropped “The Monster,” one of the hottest songs of the year. “I’m friends with the monster that’s under my bed/ Get along with the voices inside of my head” How does […]

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Lady Panthers beat Olympians to advance

22 November 2014

  Women’s soccer wins in overtime 2-1, beating San Diego Mesa at home in Thursday’s afternoon game on Nov.20. In a win or go home match, freshman Kindal Cubak scored the winning goal sending her team to the first round of the CCCAA playoffs. The Panthers known for their wall defense and high-powered offense, were […]

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SCI-fi double-feature: ‘Big hero 6’ and ‘Interstellar’

20 November 2014

  BIG HERO 6 (Dir. Don Hall and Chad Williams) Disney Animation is on a hot streak. Following features such as “Wreck-it-Ralph” and the Oscar-winning “Frozen,” the studio has now brought its first collaboration with Marvel to the big screen by adapting the obscure comic/manga “Big Hero 6.” The result is a fast, enjoyable animated […]

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A pair of hair-raising games: ‘Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse’ and ‘Bayonetta 2′

20 November 2014

‘Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse’ is a hand-held hidden gem. Developer: WayForward Technologies Platform: Nintendo 3DS, Wii U Price: $19.99 Fans of magic rejoice! Half-genie Shantae is back in “Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse” for the 3DS. In the story, Shantae has been cursed and lost her magic. To regain it, she has toteam up […]

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Nov. 17 – Nov. 30

18 November 2014

Monday, November 17 One Book, One College Movie Screening As part of the One Book, One College event, there will be a screening of the award-win- ning Brazilian film “Central do Brasil.” The film shares many of the same themes as “Day- tripper.” The screening will be on the Fontana Campus in room FNLC 120 […]

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From Chaffey to Catalina

18 November 2014

  Zephyris is a local reggae band looking to expand beyond Rancho Cucamonga, as their name suggests. Inspired by the Greek god Zephyrus who controls the western winds that connect the world, this band is making connections of its own. “I mean the name is perfect, we’re already on the west coast and we want […]

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Hope for best, prep for worst

18 November 2014

  From the editor: On paper, this page explains itself — due to the wonderful design work by our production team. That said, for online, it must be noted that there is no real introduction or setup, other than a great illustration and two articles. To assist our online readership, we want to simply state that […]

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Sports Recap: Teams excel, Men’s Soccer No. 1

18 November 2014

Men’s Soccer: Coach Cooper’s led his team to a Foothill Conference championship with a record 0f 7-0-1 and a No. 1 ranking in the state with an overall record of 15-2-3. Coach Cooper via text:“Our team plays with heart and the guys have an incredible work ethic. Sophomores provide the team leadership on a team […]

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Angel Duran: Conference Title and her lucky rubber band

18 November 2014

    Before one of her games women’s water polo keeper Angel Duran grabbed a white rubber band she saw in her bedroom. Her team won that day and when she realized that the whimsical decision to put the rubber band on her wrist was probably the reason why, she stuck with it. “Water polo […]

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Tigers break Panther’s winning streak

11 November 2014

Riverside Community College heads to the playoffs after beating Chaffey 49-21 at Grigsby Field on Saturday. The Panther’s (5-4, 3-2) second half momentum came to an end as the fourth-quarter began. A bad snap to punter Rigoberto Luna awarded Riverside a safety and a 21-point lead with 15-minutes to play. The Tigers (8-1, 5-0) gained […]

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