Student newspapers present a unique window into the history of your college campus and campus life. Told from the perspective of student writers and interviewees, stories provide an important and contrasting perspective to other historical and official college documents (e.g., Board of Trustees' minutes). Many of the issues reported by students in the past remain of major interest today.
Did you know? California community colleges were free until 1984. This article
reports on a Cañada student protest to raise awareness of upcoming fee hikes.
Cañada College students have produced several campus newspapers through the years. The newspaper experienced several name changes, as well as gaps in publication.
You can read, share, download and print any of the newspapers below:
Search tips: Because keyword searching is not available,
1. First select the newspaper title above whose dates best correspond to the timeframe you're researching.
2. Next, select a date folder for one academic year, such as 1972-1973.
3. Next, click on the pdf icon for the newspaper you'd like to see:
4. Now you're ready to read, share, print, download or cite a Cañada College newspaper article.