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Beat The Heat

Beat The Heat

Jacqueline Colombo, Staff Writer September 18, 2022

It may be fall in San Diego, but the hot weather is not quite ready to make its departure yet. Maintaining the health of your skin is important for a variety of reasons, and while the heat may give it...

Security Upgrades Come To Grossmont

Security Upgrades Come To Grossmont

Mark Lee, Staff Writer September 18, 2022

Throughout the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District, many advancements to security have been made to ensure a safe environment for students going forward. These include upgraded deadbolt doors...

New Normal

New Normal

Liam Klingensmith, Staff Writer September 18, 2022

From more than two years of COVID-19, and now the spread of Monkeypox, there always seems to be some sort of health crisis in the world that ends up affecting students at Grossmont. While the outlook may...

Grossmont College Updates its Masking Requirement

Grossmont College Updates its Masking Requirement

Gideon Fogt, Staff Writer June 1, 2022

The national strategy for the pandemic in the United States has shifted to a “living-with-COVID” approach, yet adapting to the everchanging conditions of public health is still a relevant issue for...

Mental Health Check-In

Mental Health Check-In

Liam Klingensmith, Staff Writer May 31, 2022
Grossmont’s Health and Wellness Center strives to help students dealing with many issues, including mental health.
The Testing Dilemma

The Testing Dilemma

Liam Klingensmith, Staff Writer March 12, 2022
Despite the COVID-19 vaccine and mask mandates at Grossmont and Cuyamaca, students may still test positive and come on campus.
ASL At Home

ASL At Home

Marc Cordero, Staff Writer March 12, 2022
The ASL faculty share their feelings about online teaching and not having classes in person.
Hot Shots

Hot Shots

Gideon Fogt, Staff Writer March 12, 2022
Friction builds between the district and unvaccinated members of the campus claiming a lack of communication and inconsistencies in the vaccine mandate resolution.
Grossmonts Unvaccinated Frustrated and Demanding Answers

Grossmont’s Unvaccinated Frustrated and Demanding Answers

Joseph Salcido, Deputy Editor February 25, 2022

Grossmont College recently began its termination procedures for its unvaccinated employees.  Up until Feb. 22, employees were allowed to work remotely regardless of their vaccination status. Since...

Don’t Smile, You Are Not On Camera

Don’t Smile, You Are Not On Camera

Liliana Rankin, Senior Staff Writer February 17, 2022

Car break-ins, hit-and-runs, stolen property, vandalism, and crime are usually solved with the help of cameras. Although our campus has two deputies assigned to provide safety to Grossmont students and...

Free Menstrual Products Around San Diego

Free Menstrual Products Around San Diego

Jacqueline Colombo, Staff Writer November 14, 2021

Live Well San Diego has started a pilot project that involves making impressive changes, starting with getting easy access to free menstrual products for women all across the city. Say goodbye to those...

‘Tis the Season for SADness

‘Tis the Season for SADness

Makayla Hoppe, Deputy Editor November 14, 2021

Many psychological conditions have acronyms for their names, like MDD (Major Depressive Disorder,) or GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder.) However, none are quite as fitting as SAD, which stands for Seasonal...

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