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Active Living after Cancer is a free program aimed at improving the lives of cancer survivors and their caretakers.

CPD Offers Cancer Survivors After-Treatment Support

Andre Gonzales, Contributing Writer
March 6, 2020
Roxanne Black (left), author of “Unexpected Blessings,” speaks with San Jac students in 2016. She will be back on the South Campus Nov. 13.

Speaker Inspires Students Facing Illness, Other Challenges

Larissa Rios, Contributing Writer
November 1, 2018
The office of Student Engagement and Activities is coming together with student organizations and the cosmetology department to host an awareness event on Oct. 24.

Awareness Event Spotlights Breast Cancer Prevention

Isaiah Robinson, Contributing Writer
October 18, 2018
Former UH football player Elton Dyer bounced back from his mother’s crushing cancer diagnosis by clinching a spot on the SJC Men’s Basketball team.

Resilient Raven Rebounds from Trying Time

Lynsi Crawford, Department Editor
February 26, 2016
Savannah Andrews (left) smiles as she poses with one of the nurses who cared for her during her battle with NHL.

SJC Student Survives Cancer; Finds Purpose in Life

Gabriella Garza, Co-Editor-in-chief
November 20, 2015
(From left) PAC dancers Bethany Garcia, Cindy Gil, Kelsey McLarty, and Gabriela Rosales perform 'Hold On, Weight for Me' choreographed by Laura Harrell in this November 2014 photo. The troupe will host Artists for Hope Oct. 17.

South Campus Dance to Stage Cancer Benefit Concert

Bianca Salazar, Contributing Writer
October 8, 2015
Rec Sports students attend Color in Motion 5K in Houston last spring. The run served as the inspiration behind Color Dodgeball.

Central Recreation to put on Colorful Events for Breast Cancer Awareness

Liza Elliott, Contributing Writer
October 8, 2015
Hannah Hoffman (front) throws to Mary Shelley during last year's cancer awareness event.

Rec Sports Kickball to Kick Cancer Where it Hurts

Jason Duran, Staff Writer
October 12, 2014
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