Delta College

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EDITORIAL: Education or Business?


On January 6, 2012, San Joaquin Delta College announced that as of this spring student aid disbursements will be handed to students via “MySJDCCard.” MySJDCCard is a MasterCard debit card that allows student aid disbursements via an Easy Refund Program (ERP) — a direct deposit system that must be backed by a banking institution. Conveniently MySJDCCard will also provide online bill-pay for the student tuition.

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Quinones: Promotes his book and American Dream


 

(bw) STOCKTON, CA – Dr. Alfredo Quinones-Hinojosa arrived to Stockton more than 20 years ago with no money, no English skills and big aspirations.
Today, Quinones-Hinojosa is gifted neurosurgeon and professor at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.

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Student Government gearing for legal battle to regain control at Delta Flea Market


www.bilingualweekly.com
By Mayra Barrios
(bw) Stockton, CA — “We have contacted an attorney and we plan to take our case to court,” said Nicholas Aguirre, President at Associated Student Body Government (ASBG). “It was the hard work of students that created the flea market and has made it what it is today,” Aguirre shared his frustration, “For administrators to say that now all of a sudden the flea market is to complex is an out-front and an outright lie.” Continue reading

Opinion: LUSD errs in appointment


Michael Villanueva / President of Hispanics for Political Action

As Latino community members we are disappointed and dismayed at the Lincoln Unified School Board (LUSD) appointment for the open trustee seat. It is our opinion the best qualified candidate was not selected. Continue reading

How Latinos, Dems, fared in San Joaquin?


Eggman and Cazares celebrate their victories at Chitivas

Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

The mood at Chitivas Restaurant and Bar on Tuesday night was, to say the least, festive. Most of the candidates at hand had a reason to smile. Continue reading

Another Fish Kill In the Calaveras River


 

 

    

A dead catfish from the first rains of 2009

Bilingual Weekly

Jeremy Turhune

Stockton, CA like clockwork, the first rains of the year Continue reading

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