The Oak Leaf

Tough season ahead for young Bear Cubs

Editor In Chief, Editor-in-chief

November 2, 2005

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The Lady Bear Cubs' accomplished a great feat last year by capturing the Bay Valley Conference championship by going undefeated in league play. The 2005-06 season will bring many more challenges to the team, which lost eight p...

Delta stops Cubs perfect season

Lee Chapman, Contributing Writer

November 2, 2005

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The Bear Cubs were off to one of its finest starts in recent memory, ranking sixth in state and third in Northern California. When asked how important a upcoming game against undefeated San Joaquin Delta is A.J. Mckre, the teams...

‘Bird flu’ fears hit close to home

Mikaela LeBrett, Staff Writer

November 2, 2005

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Think of living in a world where every time a person left their bedroom they would have to wear a mask over their mouth to protect them. The children could not attend school because they are too dangerous. Every time a person woke ...

Associated Students and Events Calendar

November 2, 2005

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10/26/05 - A.S. Elections Forum: Your Vote is Your Future 10/31/05 - Halloween A.S. Trick or Treat Day, Doyle Patio / The Coop 11/01/05 - Leader Center Seminar 12 - 1 in the Assembly Room 11/02/05 - Noo...

McCarthyism and Red Star return

Heidi Paul & Jonathan Krive, Contirbuting and Staff Writers and Heidi Paul & Jonathan Krive, Contirbuting and Staff Writers

November 2, 2005

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In the first public response of SRJC teachers who were "red starred" in Spring 2005, historian Ellen Schrecker and four instructors addressed a diverse crowd at Newman Auditorium on the evening of Oct. 17. The auditorium was n...

The Opposite of Sexes

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November 2, 2005

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What is it about our culture that makes us want one person and one person only? Or think that is what we want. Or believe that is what we should want. Do we really want it? Certainly there is no end to the movies, shows, boo...

Site seeing

Editor In Chief, Editor-in-chief

November 2, 2005

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Does anyone remember any of the rumors they heard as a child – the ones about how a friend of a friend knew of a boy who accidentally hung himself during a Halloween prank? Or the one about the friend's sister's cousin who w...

News Briefs

November 2, 2005

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Dana Wright update Dana Wright, former editor and chief of the Oak leaf, has been given unusual circumstances concerning his charges. Wright was arrested with charges of seven felonies and one misdemeanor. After attending h...

Oak Leaf wins ‘general excellence’ award

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November 2, 2005

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The Oak Leaf won two first-place awards and was honored for "general excellence" at the Journalism Association of Community College's Northern California conference and competition Oct. 22 in San Francisco. First-place winne...

A Different Side to Every Coin

Jonathan Krive, Staff Writier and Jesse Meuschke, Assistant Editor in Chief

November 2, 2005

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Proposition 74: Excellence in Teaching – YesRegardless of performance, California public school teachers are virtually guaranteed a job for life after two years on the job. Currently, teachers can fail several evaluations and y...

Assessment Center Cracks Down

Dana Wright

October 31, 2005

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The Assessment Center is now requiring all students to show photo IDs before taking placement tests. The change of policy was enacted on July 5, but according to Bob Flores, manager of the Assessment Center, the change had been...

McCarthyism and Red Star return

Heidi Paul & Jonathan Krive, Contributing and Staff Writers

October 30, 2005

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In the first public response of SRJC teachers who were "red starred" in Spring 2005, historian Ellen Schrecker and four instructors addressed a diverse crowd at Newman Auditorium on the evening of Oct. 17. The auditorium was ...

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