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Student homelessness hits home

Catherine Ramirez and Celine Gossage

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Directed and Edited by Catherine Ramirez
Shot and Reported by Celine Gossage and Catherine Ramirez

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Arthur, a neurotypical left-leaning centrist/blue dog whose been going to the SRJC for seven years to exploring everything it has to offer till he took...

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  1. Adrienne Lauby on October 4th, 2016 10:53 pm

    The situation for homeless students is so very harsh. There are empty buildings right up the street at the Chanate property. Why can’t one of those be opened to house homeless students? The County Supervisors plan to knock over the buildings and let someone build houses there. But, at least, it could help students today.

    There is currently 200,000 square feet of vacant buildings on the County-owned Chanate property.

    Thank you Catherine and Celine for a exposing some of the realities that students are living with . You did an excellent job.

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