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Calbright in Danger of Lights Out

Calbright in Danger of Lights Out

Kyler McPhillips, Staff Writer June 19, 2021

A “scathing report” was recently released regarding Calbright College, California’s online-only college. The report from California State Auditor Elaine Howle detailed the multitude of failures...

Godzilla vs. Kong

Godzilla vs. Kong

Curt Brooks, Staff Writer June 19, 2021

The gloves are off! Oh, wait the claws-- or was it paws? It doesn’t matter because it's kaiju versus kaiju. Giant monsters square off in “Godzilla vs. Kong,” which was released this spring. It’s...

It’s All About Motivation

It’s All About Motivation

Jacqueline Colombo, Staff Writer June 19, 2021

It is not uncommon for college students to have part-time jobs so they can make some money while working their way up to a diploma. However, it can be a lot at times. A few college students, all with different...

Distance Learning

Distance Learning

Curt Brooks, Staff Writer June 18, 2021

It's circa 2021, when many people still enjoy being in the presence of others. But the new norm is to learn through monitors, and the only time you get to be in the classroom now is for labs and a few...

Modern Day Veganism

Modern Day Veganism

Kennedy Humphrey, Staff Writer June 18, 2021

Veganism has been around for centuries, but recently there has been a spike in the percentage of people who have chosen the lifestyle. According to Plant Proteins.Co, veganism in the United States has...

Troubling Data

Troubling Data

Kyler McPhillips June 18, 2021

The final Academic Senate meeting of the school year covered student probation and dismissal among its topics. Counselor Karolia Macias and AOJ Professor Sharon Sampson, members of the Student Success...

Goodbye, Anne Krueger

Goodbye, Anne Krueger

Desmond J. Rhea June 18, 2021

Anne Krueger, who has worked for the district for over 10 years as Communications and Public Information Director, is retiring. We just want to say, at the Summit, we’ll miss you.   Krueger has...

Getting Back

Getting Back

Nathan Kitchen June 17, 2021

Throughout the past year, athletes have been playing the waiting game for when practices and games can officially get the green light. In what seems like a lifetime since the last games and practices for...

Building 36 Groundbreaking Ceremony

Groundbreaking News

Desmond J. Rhea May 25, 2021

Grossmont’s Interim President Marsha Gable stood behind a podium acknowledging the Kumeyaay people and their land on which Grossmont sits. That land is also the site of the groundbreaking ceremony for...

Semester Slam

Semester Slam

Kennedy Humphrey May 25, 2021

On April 26, Grossmont College’s literary arts department hosted a Poetry Slam featuring readings from a total of nine contestants. Each contestant recited a poem and was judged on a scale of one to...

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...

Course Spotlights Global Issues

Course Spotlights Global Issues

Mardeen Ahmad May 24, 2021

Geography 101: Global Issues has recently been added to the classes available for the summer 2021 session. The three-unit course will run for eight weeks, from June 14 to Aug. 10 with Geography Professor...

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