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A book display in Grossmont Colleges Library during Arab American Heritage month.

Genocide in the Age of Peace

Dominic Ferrari, Staff Writer May 23, 2024

National Arab American Heritage Month may have passed as April ended, but the long struggle toward equity for people of all creeds and backgrounds continues. A catastrophe like no other in this young...

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17-year-old Becomes the Youngest World Chess Champion Contender

Dominic Ferrari, Staff Writer May 20, 2024

The most prestigious tournament in chess concluded on April 21 with the 17-year-old Grandmaster Dommaraju Gukesh winning it all. For the first time in the history of the events, both the open and women’s...

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Navigating Education Without a Home

Mya Alexander, Senior Staff Writer May 18, 2024

Through Spring, Summer, Winter, and Fall, Grossmont Students have been through it all. The last thing any student wants is to be chilled with fear and uncertainty about their living situation.  Not...

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Alana Mullaly, Editor-in-Chief May 14, 2024

Almost everyone has heard the word “networking,” but do you really know what it means to network or how to do it? Networking is all about creating connections. It is a chance to connect with...

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WTF is Pickleball?

Dominic Ferrari, Staff Writer May 13, 2024

The reference compendium for many professional journalists, the AP Stylebook, last updated in 2022, contains a 30-page breakdown of every major sport one can think of. There is not a single utterance of...

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Music Calendar

Janelle Carter, Deputy Editor May 13, 2024

 As a society we love music—who could deny that? Music makes us feel good and motivates us to get through the day. However, as much as we all love it, it can be hard to keep up with which artists are...

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Mother’s Day

Mya Alexander, Senior Staff Writer May 12, 2024

Mother's Day is more than a celebration honoring the mother of the family. It’s a celebration of motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society. A mother isn’t just a mom. She...

Cyber Scams

Cyber Scams

Taissa Bullitt, Staff Writer April 14, 2024

It is nothing new that scammers affect many people around the world. In America, scam calls, messages and emails are becoming more frequent every day. It is not uncommon to hear a friend or family member...

Answer the Call of the Wild

Answer the Call of the Wild

Mireya Miner, Staff Writer April 14, 2024

The California Naturalist Certification Course serves as an incentive to increase students’ environmental and climate change literacy as they prepare to enter their future careers. Throughout the program,...

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Climate Anxiety

Mireya Miner, Staff Writer April 14, 2024

There are lots of things in any student's life that can be a cause for stress. Whether it is homework, career decisions or maintaining a social life, students have a lot on their plates. As we find ourselves...

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Weather Worries and Struggles

Alessandro Pabon, Senior Staff Writer February 11, 2024

On Jan 22, 2024, San Diego County issued a local emergency warning because of the heavy rainfall caused by the atmospheric river. Throughout that entire day, the whole city of San Diego experienced...

Nostalgia on Film

Nostalgia on Film

Perla Cruz, Staff Writer December 12, 2023

Anybody can discuss the satisfaction of watching a film in the comfort of their home compared to that of a movie theater. In a debate about whether to watch film in box offices or streaming apps, Generation...

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