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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...

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...

By The Numbers

By The Numbers

Gideon Fogt, Deputy Editor September 18, 2022

Class is back in session at Grossmont College, and the school is bustling with student activity all across campus.  It should not come as much surprise as, according to statistics released by the district,...

A Womans Burden

A Woman’s Burden

Gideon Fogt and Jacqueline Colombo September 18, 2022

In 1970, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a 7-2 decision that the Constitution’s 14th Amendment includes a fundamental “right to privacy” protecting a pregnant woman’s choice of whether or not to...

The Duo Of The Year

The Duo Of The Year

Joseph Salcido, Deputy Editor May 29, 2022

Grossmont's run has ended after a solid season from the women's beach volleyball team, finishing 13-8 with a conference record of 7-3. This was a challenging year for beach volleyball as the competition...

San Diego County Residents Continue to Float the Bill

San Diego County Residents Continue to Float the Bill

Joseph Salcido, Deputy Editor February 25, 2022

It's no secret that SDG&E has been a thorn in the side of San Diego County residents for some time now. People are getting impatient, seeing their bills increase as much as 200 percent. Reports have...

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Reflecting on a Verdict

Mardeen Ahmad April 22, 2021

People at Grossmont College - along with the country - anxiously awaited the verdict of the Derek Chauvin trial Tuesday.  “We, the Jury, in the above entitled matter as to Count Two, Third Degree...

Welcome to the Career Center

Welcome to the Career Center

Desmond Rhea, Staff Writer March 22, 2020

If this is your first semester at Grossmont or you’re undecided with your career, it may be crucial to make an appointment at the Career Center. If you have never been to the facility, you may be...

To Park or Not to Park?

To Park or Not to Park?

Matisse Sanchez, Senior Staff Writer March 22, 2020

It’s not unusual to not find parking at Grossmont after 10 or even 11 a.m. With the majority of classes scheduled in the morning, finding parking isn’t always the easiest and can become time-consuming....

Sistahood

Sistahood

Olivia Linstad, Deputy Editor March 22, 2020

With more than 30 clubs on Grossmont’s campus, Sistahood remains the only active all-women’s club. Since it was started, Sistahood’s mission is, “To provide a safe environment where women of color...

Primary Participation

Primary Participation

Jasmine Osuna, Editor-in-Chief March 22, 2020

On March 3, Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) won the presidential primary in San Diego County and the state of California as a whole. Local politics were also in the mix. At the time of print, the San Diego...

In Case of Emergency

In Case of Emergency

Terena Tarbor, Staff Writer March 21, 2020

It’s not every day an alarming emergency happens on campus at Grossmont College, but if one does, the faculty and staff are ready for it. Lorena Ruggero, the director of College and Community Relations...

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