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Grossmont President Plans for Retirement

Grossmont President Plans for Retirement
President Nabil Abu-Ghazaleh discusses his time at Grossmont College, and his plans for retirement.
November 23, 2020

After serving as Grossmont College President for five years, Dr. Nabil Abu-Ghazaleh is retiring at the end of this semester. Abu-Ghazaleh announced his early retirement plans back in September.  “I...

Building 36 Gets a Fix

Building 31 under construction during the Fall 2019 semester.
Photo by Sharisse Cohee
Construction crews on campus demolish Building 36.
October 31, 2020

Yes, the headline says it all, Building 36 is being remodeled. While the majority of students are off campus remotely learning, the back-up alarms of loaders and skid steers haven’t stopped. Building...

Drive-In and Study

Drive-In and Study
Grossmont nears completion of an outdoor wireless zone to provide free internet access for students during the pandemic.
September 29, 2020

Since March, students have continued to stay at home while learning remotely through online classes due to the Coronavirus pandemic. To assist those who are having trouble staying connected and in-need...

Peach Pit: The Sound of the So-Cal… From Vancouver

Peach Pit: The Sound of the So-Cal… From Vancouver
Experiencing a dry spell in music? Indie rock group Peach Pit proves to be a refreshing find.
May 23, 2020

It's May and summer is on the horizon for Grossmont students. With that comes the anticipation of letting go of school for a couple of months and enjoying all the opportunities that June, July, and August...

Grossmont’s Culinary Program: Cooking Up New Chefs

Grossmont’s Culinary Program: Cooking Up New Chefs
The culinary arts department successfully prepares students for working in the restaurant industry.
May 23, 2020

Before the coronavirus, tucked away in the back of the Griffin Center, students in black and white uniforms were busy in their classroom: the kitchen. The Culinary Arts department at Grossmont College...

Grossmont’s COVID-19 Update

Grossmont’s COVID-19 Update
May 8, 2020

Presidential Update to Staff Grossmont held a virtual presidential forum April 30 with Dr. Nabil Abu-Ghazaleh on hand to share updates and address concerns or questions from college faculty and staff....

ASGC Spring Planning

ASGC Spring Planning
It’s a busy time for our student government.
March 22, 2020

The Associated Students of Grossmont College (ASGC) has one of their major events going on in March as they are currently looking for individuals to fill two senator positions. President Leo Rubio said...

Welcome to the Career Center

Welcome to the Career Center
The Career Center offers more than you may expect .
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?
Is parking at Grossmont really that bad?
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....

New Interim Dean of Admission and Records and Financial Aid

Barbara Gallego
March 22, 2020

Barbara Gallego has been appointed as the interim dean of Admission and Records and Financial Aid at Grossmont College. Gallego previously served as the financial aid supervisor as well as providing supervision...

Sistahood

Sistahood
This all-women’s club exists to build a community on campus for women of color.
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
Super Tuesday has come and gone, but the impacts will last.
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...

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