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Artwork:

Home-Made Two

Kennedy Humphrey June 18, 2021

The Hyde Art Gallery of Grossmont College closed the Spring semester with “Home-Made 2.” This exhibit features student work from a wide range of categories such as sculpture, drawing and painting,...

A Graduate's Story

A Graduate’s Story

Mardeen Ahmad June 17, 2021

This year, due to the pandemic, Grossmont College held its 2021 commencement virtually via Zoom.  Not being able to walk up on a stage and be handed your degree is just one of the many experiences...

To Return or Not to Return?

To Return or Not to Return?

Mardeen Ahmad June 17, 2021

Grossmont and Cuyamaca College students have now spent more than two semesters at home in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Throughout that year, rumors about reopening and closing have spread consistently...

Spring 2021 left an empty campus in its wake.

Something’s Missing

Curt Brooks June 17, 2021

Is this a ghost town or a college campus? It’s arguable if there is a difference. Both have this fundamental presence of the lack thereof. Crossing empty campus walkways feels like Grossmont is missing...

COVID Clinic

COVID Clinic

Mardeen Ahmad May 25, 2021

Live Well San Diego has partnered with Grossmont College to establish a COVID-19 vaccine clinic on campus. The clinic will be set up in Parking Lot 1 this Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Vaccines...

Vaccination

Students Discuss the Vaccine

Mardeen Ahmad May 24, 2021

In early May, it was announced anyone 12 years and older are now eligible to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. But many Grossmont College students have already received at least one dose of a COVID-19...

Mental Health Awareness Month At Grossmont

Mental Health Awareness Month At Grossmont

Mardeen Ahmad, Deputy Editor May 6, 2021

In honor of Mental Health Awareness month, Grossmont College is hosting multiple Zoom events through May in which students, faculty and staff are invited to join. “Join the Grossmont College Student...

And The Work Goes On

And The Work Goes On

Desmond J. Rhea, Managing Editor April 19, 2021

With students gone, campus construction has been easier, but that hasn’t stopped logistical headaches. The construction projects being worked on include a new master pump and, coming hopefully this...

Chefs Don’t Boil Under Pressure

Chefs 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...

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...

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