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ASGC Accepting Applications for Elections

Amber Sherman

March 16, 2013

GROSSMONT COLLEGE-- The Associated Students of Grossmont College (ASGC) Board and Trustees are accepting applications for board elections for the 2014 Fall and Spring semesters. ASGC is a collective group of Grossmont students with an interest in giving back to Grossmont and the community throug...

A Degree With A Guarantee

Britney O'Donnell

March 11, 2013

  GROSSMONT COLLEGE--California Community and State College newspaper editors, reporters and faculty advisors participated in a conference call regarding the 1044 pathway; a program to make transferring to a four-year university easier. The press conference was lead by California Community Colleg...

ASGC Offers Student Benefit Card

Amber Sherman

March 7, 2013

GROSSMONT COLLEGE --This semester the Associated Students of Grossmont College (ASGC) have expanded upon the student benefit card. With the benefit card, students have the opportunity for various discounts. The ASGC benefit package, better known as the benefit card, is a sticker placed on the back...

Inside the Actors Process Returns to Grossmont

Michael Covington

February 16, 2013

GROSSMONT COLLEGE--‘Inside the Actors Process’ is a theatrical experience unlike any performance you’re likely to find in other contemporary theaters. ‘Inside the Actors Process’ is an annual event that travels around San Diego high schools and colleges. The ‘Actors Process’ has o...

OPINION: An Argument for Cupid

Dominic Dischiavo

February 14, 2013

Love spread as cupid shot his arrows, and Valentine’s Day passed. There are many perks to this special February holiday. This special day of February 14 was chosen over the other 364 days to embrace love and commemorate Saint Valentine, who passed on that day. I am one of the lucky guys who got...

OPINION: Why Valentine’s Day Has Gone Too Far

Johnny Weber

February 14, 2013

Before you dismiss me as just another loser who doesn't have a girlfriend to celebrate Valentine’s Day with, let me just say this I actually like the idea of Valentine’s Day. Showing loved ones that you care deeply about them can be one of the most fulfilling experiences in the world. The problem...

Holiday Safety Tips

Amy Golden

December 3, 2012

The holiday season (Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year) is the time of year to hustle and bustle and try not to splurge an entire budget on gifts, decorations, gifts, food, heating bills, and clothes, but to include traveling to/from vacation destinations to see family and friends elsewhere. The airpo...

OPINION: Four More Years of Hope

Johnny Weber

November 9, 2012

*The comments and thoughts in this article do not reflect that of the GC Summit or that of the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District. They are solely the opinions of the Author. President Barak Obama was re-elected for a second term, scoring a major victory for progressives across the nation. ...

Grossmont’s Own Named “Miss Pacific Islander”

Desiree Shelby

November 5, 2012

The Pacific Island Festival Association (PIFA), an organization that promotes the cultures of the indigenous people of Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. Each year, the San Diego chapter of PIFA holds a pageant and crowns Miss Pacific Islander. Mialani M. Love, a second year student at Grossmont, was named ...

Keep Your Kids Safe On Halloween

Amy Golden

October 31, 2012

*Editorial* Halloween is meant to be fun for all ages, especially for young kids. Children get to dress up in costumes and mimick their favorite characters, ideas and visions. The kids run around their school and neighborhoods, not worrying about anything other than not getting enough candy.  That’s wher...

Hundred Caliber Rocks San Diego

Johnny Weber

October 12, 2012

Hundred Caliber is an energetic local up and coming rock band that originates from Lakeside, CA. Three of its members, Bradley “Havoc” Craighead Derek “Wrek” Altringer, and Nick “Nikki Styles” Bedrosian, attend Grossmont College. “The name Hundred Caliber came from one of our old drummers,...

Students React to Constitution Wall

Ashley Davis

October 3, 2012

GROSSMONT COLLEGE-- Students at Grossmont College were given the opportunity to share their thoughts and feelings on the Constitution Wall. The Constitution Wall was a tall wall with blank posters that students could write on. Grossmont students were encouraged to draw and post their thoughts and...

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