The Summit

Cool Field

Cool Field

Sharisse Cohee, Editor in Chief

May 26, 2019


Filed under College, Construction, From The Summit, Sports

After nearly two-decades of play-time, February marked the grand-opening of Grossmont’s remodeled and upgraded track and field, which began construction November 2018. While this flashy new football/soccer field not only sports state-of art technology such as a newly-installed, tech-savvy scoreboard, the project also provi...

Pets-For-Pep

Pets-For-Pep

Sharisse Cohee, Editor in Chief

May 21, 2019


Filed under Campus News, Campus Sightseeing, College, Showcase

What’s a better way to de-stress than to snuggle with a furry friend? With the overwhelming amount of pressure and anxiety that finals bring, Grossmont has found a way for students to cope, and it’s just a cuddly hug away. For Grossmont’s De-Stress week, kicking off just in time for finals, Gr...

Enrollment Rolls Around for Fall

Enrollment Rolls Around for Fall

Austin Peregud, Staff Writer

May 20, 2019


Filed under Administration, College, Showcase

Registration begins June 24 and will go through Aug. 15, with classes starting at $46 per unit. Returning Grossmont students will be receiving emails from with their priority registration date approximately one week  before June 24. As usual, you will have to log into WebAdvisor, which can be access...

Students Supporting Students

Students Supporting Students

Sharisse Cohee, Editor in Chief

May 10, 2019


Filed under College, From The Summit

New beginnings can elicit a sense of fear through the minds of many people at times. While taking on new endeavors can ultimately lead to rewarding experiences, it can also be overwhelming, especially for students starting college. Whether it be from locating classes on campus, to learning how to...

Rumble

Rumble

Sandi Westrand, Staff Writer

May 10, 2019


Filed under A & E, College, From The Summit, Music, Reviews

Cross-Cultural Studies and the Music Department presented the documentary “RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked The World” on April 25. The film illustrated the influence of Native Americans in popular music and sent a powerful message of how this stigmatized population retained its cultural traditions...

We Need More Feminine Hygiene Products, Period.

We Need More Feminine Hygiene Products, Period.

Abbie Wallace, Web Editor

May 10, 2019


Filed under Clubs, From The Summit, Health and Safety on Campus

As if it isn’t difficult enough to live with the stigma of having a menstrual cycle, women often have to pay unreasonably high prices for tampons, pads and other menstrual related products. While it may not be as much of a problem for those who are able to afford them, many women are unable to...

College Student Right to Access Act

College Student Right to Access Act

Jocelyn Limon-Vazquez, Senior Staff Writer

May 10, 2019


Filed under From The Summit, Health and Safety on Campus

Abortion will always be a very controversial topic. No matter how much society tries to normalize abortion, there will always be conflict between the different points of views: pro-life versus pro-choice. People who identify as pro-life believe everyone has the right to live, while pro-choice believe...

Safety First

Safety First

Jenna Wilson, Deputy Editor in Chief

May 10, 2019


Filed under From The Summit, Health and Safety on Campus, Police

A lfred Gathings has been with the SD Sheriffs Police Dept. for 18 and a half years. He began his position at Grossmont last November. Before coming to Grossmont, Gathings was assigned to Vista, a “very active city,” he said. “My job is very different here,” Gathings said. “You don't want...

Political Economy Week

Political Economy Week

Levi Herrera, Senior Staff Writer

May 10, 2019


Filed under Campus News, Campus Sightseeing, From The Summit

he Political Science and Economic departments hosted the 2019 Brian Jennings Political Economy Week from April 22 to 25. During this week, students attended several different presentations on a variety of topics. One informative presentation, “How We Failed MLK’s Dream” by Political Science...

Latin X

Latin X

Levi Herrera, Senior Staff Writer

May 10, 2019


Filed under Campus News, College, From The Summit, News

Cuyamaca College hosted the Latinx Women Writing History Panel as one of its Diversity Dialogue events for the spring semester. Four professors were invited to the event to discuss parts of their personal life and books they have published. The first speaker was Patricia Santana, a former Cuyamaca...

De-Stress with De -Stress Week

De-Stress with De -Stress Week

Austin Peregud, Staff Writer

May 10, 2019


Filed under From The Summit, Health and Safety on Campus

W e are in the home stretch for the Spring 2019 semester, and there is one last thing to worry about. Finals, the most wonderful time of the year... said no one ever. For most students, finals can make or break their semester. Right before finals week, colleges usually put together an event for students...

Mental Health Awareness

Mental Health Awareness

Sandi Westrand, Staff Writer

May 10, 2019


Filed under From The Summit, Health and Safety on Campus, Nursing, Showcase

What exactly does the term “mental health” mean? We may hear many phrases bantered about— “mental as anything,” what a mental case,” “they are mentally disturbed,” “you belong in a mental institution,” etc. While some can be used in jest, most of these comments reflect common misconceptions...

The Student News Site of Grossmont College
College