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Hopes and doubts from youth voters

Hopes and doubts from youth voters

Gideon Fogt, Deputy Editor December 26, 2022

With the last few states' election results having been certified, the 2022 midterms are now in the rearview mirror for most. However, those in the field of political punditry have not finished analyzing...

Results 2022: A Midterm Rundown

Results 2022: A Midterm Rundown

Gideon Fogt, Deputy Editor December 26, 2022

On Dec. 8, California certified the results of its 2022 midterm election, finally concluding its notorious slow count over four weeks after election day polls closed. Statewide voter turnout was...

Election Spotlight: Ballot Initiatives

Election Spotlight: Ballot Initiatives

Gideon Fogt, Deputy Editor October 20, 2022

Nov. 8 is fast approaching, so for the next month, students and staff at Grossmont Community College can expect to be increasingly bombarded with commercials and text messages from political campaigns...

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Election Spotlight: Grossmont-Cuyamaca Board of Trustees

Gideon Fogt, Deputy Editor October 20, 2022

With elections looming large, many Californians – Grossmont students included – are gearing up to cast their ballots in another crucial midterm cycle. One local race students will want to keep their...

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...

Third Party Spotlight: Peace and Freedom Party

Third Party Spotlight: Peace and Freedom Party

Gideon Fogt, Staff Writer June 1, 2022

If you have been a California voter for long, then you are probably aware of how the state’s unique primary system works.   Since 2011, the Top Two Candidates Open Primary Act has placed all candidates...

Midterm Primaries

Midterm Primaries

Gideon Fogt, Staff Writer June 1, 2022

The June 7 statewide primary elections loom large as Grossmont Community College’s semester nears its close.  While most students may find their focus to be on finals, it is also important they remain...

Health In Crisis

Health In Crisis

Liam Klingensmith, Staff Writer April 18, 2022

In the world we live in right now, one of the most pressing issues is the war between Russia and Ukraine. With all of the turmoil and pain going on in Ukraine, one would question the health and mental...

People Like Us

People “Like Us”

Katie Donivan, Staff Writer April 18, 2022

On February 24, Russia invaded Ukraine and sparked Europe’s biggest refugee crisis since World War II. While four million refugees fled to Poland, Romania, Hungary, and Slovakia, the rest of the world...

Independence Under Attack

Independence Under Attack

Joseph Salcido, Deputy Editor April 18, 2022

Understanding the war in Ukraine and the facts surrounding it seems like something that should be reasonably easy. But it almost becomes overwhelming with so many different views on how and why this is...

Budget and Return for Campus

Budget and Return for Campus

Abdali Khan, Staff Writer October 15, 2021

A virtual open forum was held to announce the 2021-2022 budget, and discuss plans to return to campus in spring for the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District. Chancellor Lynn Neault hosted the...

Settling In

Settling In

Abdali Khan, Staff Writer October 14, 2021

Denise Whisenhunt has been settling into her new role as Grossmont College’s president. The former San Diego City College Vice President of Student Affairs, Whisenhunt began her new role on July 1....

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