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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.

Fall 2014 – Breezecast #1 – “I know stuff”

15 September 2014

We’re back! Holy crap are we back! It’s a new season and we are back with some fresh voices. Here are the story links: “The Montclair Four” “UPDATE: Lockdown at Rancho Cucamonga Campus”   HANAJUN CHUNG @hanajun

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Drought procedures

13 September 2014

MICHELLE MENES Maintenance workers test the sprinklers in a grassy area behind Wargin Hall on Jan. 23, 2014. 2013 was the driest year for California in 119 years of recorded history. According to the U.S Geological Survey (USGS) California’s snow pack water content is at 20 percent of it’s normal level. In January, Governor Brown […]

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Not ‘just an A.A.’

11 September 2014

— from Who Shot Rock & Roll, by Gail Buckland. Photo JERRY SCHATZBERGS One of the more infamous former Chaffey students: Frank Zappa “Himself.” When it comes to a community college degree, students often refer to it negatively as “just an A.A.,” or “just a certificate.” Nick Nazarian, director of alumni relations, thinks that kind […]

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Long lines make faster service

09 September 2014

JULIE MADRID Students are eating and ordering lunch in the cafeteria at noon on Aug. 28.  Waiting, waiting and more waiting seem to sum up the experience of the first few school weeks. Everyone’s used to waiting in line to purchase books or for a parking spot, but students tend to neglect that thought when it comes to […]

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‘If I stay,’ not worth staying around

09 September 2014

(MGM/Warner Brothers Entertainment) Chloe Grace Moretz (above) running in limbo in “If I Stay.” Chloë Grace Moretz stars as the lead character Mia, a 17-year-old high school student who is faced with a crossroads. Should she attend college in her hometown of Portland, Oregon and live with her rocker boyfriend Adam (played by Jamie Blackley) […]

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We are #Ferguson

09 September 2014

As troubling as the recent events in Ferguson have been, they do not solely belong to Missouri. This is your country. This is your city. This your police force. This is your tear gas. In some way this all belongs to you and to me and as appealing and American as it may be to […]

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Ferguson and chaffey

09 September 2014

Michael Brown is dead. The community of Ferguson, Missouri is wounded and the credibility of the department responsible is on life support. Since the Ferguson teen’s death on Aug. 9 at the hands of Officer Darren Wilson, demonstrations have challenged authorities with protesters demanding police accountability and an independent investigation into the shooting. According to […]

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Panther football wins emotional opener

08 September 2014

The Hustling Panthers football team kicked off the first game of the season with an away game against the Orange Coast College Pirates. A 43-yard field goal with 34-seconds left lifted the Panthers past the Pirates to open the season with an emotional win, 17-14. As the game was about to begin, the team players […]

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Men’s water polo play weekend tournament

08 September 2014

Chaffey’s men’s water polo team went 2-0 at home against Santa Ana (1-1) and San Diego Miramar (0-2) in a heated tournament on Saturday, Sept. 6. After San Diego Miramar nearly came back from a 6-0 deficit in their first game, it was the Panthers who were able to shut them down with a final […]

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Panther volleyball sweep Southwestern

07 September 2014

Panther volleyball had an amazing first home game on Sep. 3, sweeping Southwestern 3-0. The outside hitters got all the kills, but Coach Chowen saw another group of players as being the key to the victory. “I played all of our setters. Valerie Rivera, Vanessa Maile, Clarissa Galivan, and Tayler Jordan and they did a […]

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The Montclair Four

07 September 2014

It is more than simply trying to score more goals than the other team. Soccer gives life more meaning to the people who play it, as is the case for four Chicano Panthers. When they were young children, the parents of Ivan Romero, Alexis Lopez, Yosh Carillo Villa, and Gustavo Larios made one of the […]

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Lady Panthers crush Marauders

06 September 2014

Women’s soccer scores big behind 5-foot-6 sophomore Meranda Salazar and company during a home game Wednesday afternoon, in a match against Antelope Valley. Five minutes after the blow of the opening whistle, Salazar went top right corner to score the first goal of the game and the team never looked back. With two goals scored […]

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ALS and Ice Bucket Challenge: What’s the Point?

02 September 2014

From Lou Gehrig to Stephen Hawking to the next door neighbor, ALS can strike anyone at any moment, destroying lives as it does so. Gehrig and Hawking are just two of thousands of people who had and have ALS all over the world. Therefore, in order to raise awareness about the disease, the “Ice Bucket […]

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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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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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