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Southern California on New Stay-At-Home Order

Southern California on New Stay-At-Home Order
Grossmont College adapts to the most recent order.
December 13, 2020

On Dec. 3, Governor of California Gavin Newsom issued a stay-at-home order to be put in place for the vast Southern California Region.  “To slow the surge of COVID-19 and save lives, California is...

Grossmont Appoints Interim President

Grossmont Appoints Interim President
December 12, 2020

Grossmont College’s Vice President of Student Services, Marsha Gable, has been appointed as the interim president following the current president, Dr. Nabil Abu-Ghazaleh’s retirement announcement....

CSU Application Deadlines Extended

CSU Application Deadlines Extended
COVID-19 causes CSU’s to extend their application deadline to Dec.15.
December 11, 2020

Beginning Dec. 1, the deadline to submit California State University (CSU) applications was extended to Dec. 15. The original deadline was slated for Dec. 4. The California State University website...

Student Recovers From COVID

Student Recovers From COVID
Grossmont College student talks about what COVID feels like and his ongoing recovery.
December 9, 2020

Whether you take COVID-19 seriously or not, the risk of being infected is real and the disease is not a fun experience, as Grossmont College student Anthony Nukho discovered.  “I always wear a mask...

Career Opportunities With Drones

Career Opportunities With Drones
Grossmont holds "Careers in the Drone Industry" panel with experts in the drone aviation industry.
December 7, 2020

On Dec. 2 Grossmont College’s Drone Technology Program set up a panel to peak student-interest in the drone aviation industry. The virtual panel featured three entrepreneurs of different backgrounds...

Training Goes a Long Way

Training Goes a Long Way
Prior to the school’s contract with the sheriff’s department, Grossmont had a somewhat controversial Public Safety Department.
December 3, 2020

Security at Grossmont College is covered largely by the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. But before them there was the somewhat controversial Public Safety Department that patrolled the school. In...

Defusing A Bomb

Defusing A Bomb
A Zoom-bombing incident that disrupted a faculty senate meeting is being investigated as a hate crime.
December 3, 2020

Grossmont College has been struck by Zoom-bombing again, this time during the Academic Senate meeting. It has been deemed a hate crime and is being investigated to bring justice to the perpetrators. Zoom-bombing...

Living Alongside Celiac Disease

Living Alongside Celiac Disease
This Grossmont student shows how to come alongside a family member with an incurable disease.
December 3, 2020

Claire Shope, a student at Grossmont College, goes to school and works like most students, but her home life is a bit different-- specifically with diet. Her dad, with whom she lives, was diagnosed with...

Grossmont’s Financial Future

Grossmont’s Financial Future
Grossmont chancellor, Lynn Neault, held a virtual forum to discuss budget and fiscal outlook.
December 3, 2020

On Oct. 15, Grossmont College’s chancellor, Lynn Neault, held a virtual forum on Zoom to update everyone on Grossmont-Cuyumaca Community College District’s 2020-2021 budget and fiscal outlook.  Neault...

Is your Unconscious Speaking to You?

Is your Unconscious Speaking to You?
Grossmont psychology professor delves into the meaning of dreaming.
December 1, 2020

Have you ever wondered what dreams are about or if any meaning is behind the sometimes-unexplainable images in your head? Maybe it’s just a random chemical process that our brains go through, but some...

Thanksgiving Cinema Classics

Get stuffed-full of these timeless holiday classics.
November 25, 2020

As Thanksgiving is approaching people are ready to get into the festive holiday spirit. One way to celebrate this national holiday is to watch nostalgic movies about Thanksgiving.  If you are looking...

Grossmont President Plans for Retirement

Grossmont President Plans for Retirement
President Nabil Abu-Ghazaleh discusses his time at Grossmont College, and his plans for retirement.
November 23, 2020

After serving as Grossmont College President for five years, Dr. Nabil Abu-Ghazaleh is retiring at the end of this semester. Abu-Ghazaleh announced his early retirement plans back in September.  “I...

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