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Novel Novels

Novel Novels

Abbie Wallace, Senior Staff Writer

February 8, 2019

Start the semester with a fresh selection of books.   Welcome to Book Club 120. Let’s begin by going over your required textbooks. Just kidding! The purpose of this is to share a variety of books ranging from dystopian novels to love stories, and anything in between. These books are no...

Native American Culture Lives On

Native American Culture Lives On

Levi Herrera, Senior Staff Writer

February 8, 2019

Cuyamaca’s Powwow event celebrates the culture left behind by Native Americans of the West. The fifth annual Powwow event celebrates the legacy and culture left behind from past Native Americans. Native American tribes from the West come together to perform traditional bird singing, gourd ...

Bring In The Pig

Bring In The Pig

Jonathan Maddock, Staff Writer

February 8, 2019

Out with the dog, in with the pig: Happy Lunar New Year! February begins a new year of celebration dedicated to honoring the 12th animal of the Chinese Zodiac: the Pig. As the year of the dog came to an end on Jan, 21, 2019, great plans of celebration and yearly tradition to help bring in the Lunar New Yea...

For The Love Of It

For The Love Of It

Sandi Westrand, Staff Writer

February 8, 2019

The love of acting compels these students to abandon their own personalities and assume a completely different persona.   An exuberant and talented cast of nine Grossmont students cavorted about to a captive audience at the campus Stagehouse Theatre on Friday evening. The production of Inside the...

The Art of Body Language

The Art of Body Language

Brendan McDonald, Staff Writer

February 8, 2019

In Hyde Gallery's first exhibition of Spring 2019, a group of talented artists demonstrate the power of body language through their art. Body language can convey your innermost thoughts and feelings in ways that words simply can't. We are communicating through body language constantly, whether we realize it or not. This is the t...

When the Student Becomes the Master

The dancers rehearse for the Fall concert.

Sharisse Cohee, Editor in Chief

October 10, 2018

Grossmont College dance students display the tremendous hard work and determination it truly takes to be a performer as they prepare to showcase the student-choreographed concert “Breaking Boundaries” at the Joan B. Kroc Theatre Nov. 8, 9 and 10.The showcase features pieces ranging from hip-hop to...

Threads Impacting Thought

Threads Impacting Thought

Jenna Wilson, Deputy Editor in Chief

September 24, 2018

Something stretchy and rose red slides over faded denim, causing a stark comparison of color and comfort.   Clothing is a part of everyday life on and off of campus. Whether at school, work, the gym, or out to eat there is always an outfit to go with it and how you feel at these places. Clothing changes the way a student feels, both on the inside and th...

Call Me Mother

Call Me Mother

Morgan Ray

May 14, 2018

Love her or hate her, but she’s the woman who raised ‘ya. Mother (dir. Bong Joonho) 4/5 When a shopkeeper’s (Kim Hyeja) mentally handicapped son (Won Bin) is accused of murdering a local school girl, she sets out to piece together the crime and clear his name, but the truth may be closer than she exp...

Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo

Paloma Abarca

May 14, 2018

Treat yourself to some history rather than a drink   May has arrived and everyone is preparing for the annual celebration of Cinco de Mayo. Restaurants are stocking up on alcohol and promoting their best Mexican-style dishes. Meanwhile, Americans are walking around with sombreros trying ...

REEL TALK – You’re The Worst

REEL TALK - You're The Worst

Morgan Ray

May 14, 2018

The Chaser (dir. Na Hongjin) Ex-detective turned pimp Jongho’s (Kim Yoonseok) girls have been disappearing, but he assumes they’ve run off. When he traces them to a sinister client (Ha Jungwoo, at his most despicable), he must revert to his old skills to find them, dead or alive. The Chaser makes the ...

Spring Forward

Spring Forward

Brianna Tyseling

May 14, 2018

STORY AND PHOTOS BY BRIANNA TYSELING | MODELED BY JULIA TYSELING OPEN UP The open-front maxi dress is a popular trend this spring. It differs from the traditional floor length maxi dress, but it still gives off the same elegant look. This particular dress features an open front and...

Grossmont Stage House Theatre Presents..Romeo and Juliet: The story of two star crossed lovers.

Grossmont Stage House Theatre Presents..Romeo and Juliet: The story of two star crossed lovers.

Lara Talib, Staff Reporter

April 2, 2015

The Grossmont Stagehouse Theatre has taken on William Shakespeare’s classic play “Romeo and Juliet.” The production is a more modernized version of the original setting, being set in 1920s, Prohibition-era Chicago. Regardless of the setting, the theater department stayed true to Shakespeare...

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