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Ford vs Kavanaugh: A Timeline

Ford vs Kavanaugh: A Timeline

Sharisse Cohee, Editor in Chief

October 12, 2018

If being on the Supreme Court seems like hard work, imagine trying to make a major political decision with a splitting headache due to a screaming hangover from a night of blacked-out beer chugging? Ouch! Coffee and Advil, please? All joking aside though, this had become the hot topic for debate across...

Time’s Out Running

Time’s Out Running

Sharisse Cohee, Editor in Chief

October 12, 2018

Prop 7 may throw daylight saving time out the window. Proposition 7, a measure in the November ballot of the 2018 California General Election, has the ability to abolish a custom Americans have lived by since 1949: the dreaded – as well as beloved – ritual of daylight saving time. The transition...

Banned Books, Banned Lives

Banned Books, Banned Lives

Abbie Wallace, Senior Staff Writer

October 12, 2018

Event paves the way for must-have conversations. In our current and past political and cultural climates, there has been a lot of pushback on people who do not seem to fit the into society’s shared agenda and values. Those who have a mental illness, those who are racially discriminated against, t...

Who’s in Charge Here?

Who’s in Charge Here?

Aaron Bistrin, Staff Writer

October 10, 2018

Know who is making the decisions at Grossmont College.   It is important to be informed on who is making the major decisions when paying an institution for your education. Unfortunately, some students may not understand how decisions are made within their school. This November, there will ...

Threads Impacting Thought

Threads Impacting Thought

Jenna Wilson, Deputy Editor in Chief

September 24, 2018

Something stretchy and rose red slides over faded denim, causing a stark comparison of color and comfort.   Clothing is a part of everyday life on and off of campus. Whether at school, work, the gym, or out to eat there is always an outfit to go with it and how you feel at these places. Clothing changes the way a student feels, both on the inside and th...

Extreme Makeover: Grossmont Field Edition

Field before remodel, taken 09/2018.

Sharisse Cohee, Editor in Chief

September 14, 2018

A lonesome rusted pole, resembling what was once a football goal post, sits nestled in front of a decaying scoreboard on the suffering, outdated turf of Grossmont’s field. The goal post – which lacked an upright bar, rendering it half a goal post – affected scoring, which, coincidentally, could...

A Professor to Remember

A Professor to Remember

Morgan Peyre

May 14, 2018

Grossmont mourns the loss of an iconic professor.   Family, friends and colleagues were present April 24 to remember a Grossmont College professor, who was killed in a tragic bicycle accident. Brian Jennings, 58, worked as a political science professor at Grossmont College for over a decade. Jen...

Meet the New ASGC President Esau Cortez

Meet the New ASGC President Esau Cortez

Amber Sherman

May 10, 2013

  As the old saying goes “With great power comes great responsibility”.  Those words rang true to one Grossmont  student who evolved from an unconfident teenager to a more than confident leader. In April 2013, 19-year-old  Esau Cortez was elected the ASGC President for the next 2013-2014...

Tobias Wolf Makes Apperance at the Literary Arts Festival

Michael Covington

May 10, 2013

The 17th annual Grossmont College Literary Arts Festival at Grossmont College is an event that celebrates the written word and helps display student writing while also bringing in important writers from every facet of the literary community. This year, the keynote speaker and headliner for the event...

The Lantern Tree

Ashley Davis

May 10, 2013

The Grossmont Literary Arts festival ended its last event with a poetry reading of Lantern Tree: Four Books of Poems where local poets and authors of the book, Chris Baron, Heather Eudy, Cali Linfor, and Sabrina Youmans.  The book contains in four different collections of poetry, each written by the a...

Evening Class Safety

Evening Class Safety

Carly Albrecht

May 7, 2013

  At night, school campuses can seem like creepy places. Some students might be reluctant to take night classes when they think of being on campus in the evening. But students should not fear! Security protocols and safety measures are in place. Officer Frank Laveaga of the Grossmont Campus...

Werewolves, Vampires and Zombies – Oh My!

Johnny Weber

May 4, 2013

GROSSMONT COLLEGE--The 17th Annual Literary Arts Festival hosted Werewolves, Vampires, and Zombies – Oh My!, In the Griffin Gate on May 2 as part of their series of events. The event included a panel of guest speakers that spoke about the supernatural and the undead in literature. The guest s...

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