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Grossmont’s API Committee on Anti-Asian Pacific Islander Racism

April 14, 2021

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of anti-Asian and anti-Pacific Islander hate crimes has grown at an alarming rate.  In response to this issue, three members of Grossmont College’s...

Chef’s Don’t Boil Under Pressure

Chef’s Don’t Boil Under Pressure

Curt Brooks, Staff Writer March 24, 2021

It may not be Hell’s Kitchen, but the pressure is on when cooking during a pandemic. The culinary curriculum has continued to evolve through the past year. What used to be a long time spent in the...

Improve your Health and Wellness

Improve your Health and Wellness

Jacqueline Colombo, Staff Writer March 2, 2021

It’s no secret that COVID-19 has made a big impact on  businesses, travel,etc... but very importantly, it has made an impact on mental health.  In March 2020, the whole world shut down as a stay-at-home...

The Club Connection

The Club Connection

Jacqueline Colombo, Staff Writer February 22, 2021

If you haven’t found love yet, try falling in love with a new club. Every year, Grossmont College does club rushes where you can learn more about the clubs and what they entail. But this year, due...

Southern California on New Stay-At-Home Order

Southern California on New Stay-At-Home Order

Mardeen Ahmad, Staff Writer 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...

CSU Application Deadlines Extended

CSU Application Deadlines Extended

Mardeen Ahmad, Staff Writer 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

Desmond J. Rhea, Senior Staff Writer 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...

Living Alongside Celiac Disease

Living Alongside Celiac Disease

Dawson Chappelear, Staff Writer 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...

Thanksgiving Cinema Classics

Joe Valerio 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...

Getting Help with Health and Wellness Services

Getting Help with Health and Wellness Services

Dawson Chappelear, Staff Writer October 31, 2020

The Grossmont Health and Wellness Center is here to service any student who may need help regarding physical and mental health well-being. Due to COVID-19, all staff members are working diligently to provide...

Food for Thought: Nutrition

Food for Thought: Nutrition

Dawson Chappelear, Staff Writer October 13, 2020

Nutrition, though not on the minds of many, is crucial. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, it was much easier to get what you needed-- when you needed it. In these recent quarantine times, the world is filled...

Nutritious Resources

Nutritious Resources

Dawson Chappelear, Staff Writer September 18, 2020

Nutrition is essential, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some sources that can help answer any questions you may have about coronavirus and nutrition. These sources were provided by Registered...

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