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Conservation Tips with Ms. Smarty-Plants

Conservation Tips with Ms. Smarty-Plants

Olivia Linstad, Staff Writer

April 17, 2019

Filed under Cuyamaca College, From The Summit, Showcase

Check out what the Water Conservation Garden is offering to the community. Whether you are a conservation enthusiast or simply an appreciator of nature, The Water Conservation Garden at Cuyamaca College was created to supply you with information and relaxation as you explore each path’s unique beauty....

The Fight For Gender Equality

The Fight For Gender Equality

Levi Herrera, Senior Staff Writer

March 11, 2019

Filed under Cuyamaca College, From The Summit, Off-Campus News, Other Colleges

Cuyamaca’s spring Diversity Dialogue workshop helps inform students how to close the gender gap. For the spring semester, Cuyamaca Community College holds several Diversity Dialogues workshops. These workshops are offered for students to learn and focus on a variety of topics. The workshop from...

Native American Culture Lives On

Native American Culture Lives On

Levi Herrera, Senior Staff Writer

February 8, 2019

Filed under A & E, Cuyamaca College, From The Summit, News, Off-Campus News, Other Colleges, Showcase

Cuyamaca’s Powwow event celebrates the culture left behind by Native Americans of the West. The fifth annual Powwow event celebrates the legacy and culture left behind from past Native Americans. Native American tribes from the West come together to perform traditional bird singing, gourd ...

BYU Dance Ensemble Dances Their Way Across The World

BYU Dance Ensemble Dances Their Way Across The World

Michael Covington

March 16, 2013

Filed under Dance, Off-Campus News, Other Colleges

  GROSSMONT COLLEGE--The world famous BYU Folk Dance Ensemble and the Mountain Strings Orchestra treated Grossmont College to a performance in the main quad on March 12. The BYU Dance team, which normally has around 200 members, sent their best and brightest to entertain and show of their...

A Degree With A Guarantee

Britney O'Donnell

March 11, 2013

Filed under Off-Campus News, Other Colleges, Public Officials, Student Affairs

  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...

Dalai Lama urges peacemakers to seek peace of mind

Mimi Pollack

April 19, 2012

Filed under Off-Campus News, Other Colleges

SAN DIEGO — Compassion without Borders. As a teacher of English as  Second Language who works with students and refugees from all over the world, those words resonated with me. It was an honor to see His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama for the fifth time. It was his first time presenting in my hometown o...

Kent State students have own fashion store

Carol Biliczky

March 27, 2012

Filed under Other Colleges

Akron Beacon Journal KENT, Ohio  (MCT) -- Fashionistas, a new store in downtown Kent, Ohio, features designs by Kent State students, alums and faculty. The fledgling Fashion School store offers clothing, jewelry and other accessories in a small, post-modern space suffused with gray and black. ...

Accommodating students with Asperger’s syndrome

Deena Yellin

March 27, 2012

Filed under Other Colleges

HACKENSACK, N.J. (MCT)  _ When he first arrived at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Brian Schwanwede of River Edge, N.J., felt afraid "to the point of paralysis." Schwanwede, who has Asperger's syndrome, didn't know how to join campus groups or make friends, and he had trouble keeping up with his assi...

NCAA March Madness fans savoring surprises to come

Justin Gibbons

March 1, 2012

Filed under Basketball (men), Off-Campus News, Other Colleges

SAN DIEGO -- That time of the year is now upon us. It's time to bust out your brackets, your predictions and your favorites for the NCAA March Madness tournament. Last year we saw a great underdog team in UConn (University of Connecticut), winners of 11 straight including the five in the Big East ...

‘Green’ industry training at Cuyamaca

January 11, 2012

Filed under Cuyamaca College

CUYAMACA COLLEGE (Press Release) – For those interested in a career within the “green” construction industry, Cuyamaca College is providing a four-week introductory course free to eligible students through a training program co-sponsored by the San Diego Workforce Partnership. The Introduction...

Karls’ passing more than passable in Pasadena

David Hurst

November 7, 2011

Filed under Football (men), Other Colleges, Sports

PASADENA—The Grossmont Griffins used a balanced offense highlighted by a punishing running game, while allowing zero second half points to knock off the Pasadena City College Lancers 42-13 on Saturday. Grossmont improved to 4-5 (2-2 in conference) and the Lancers fell to 3-6 (1-3). The Griffins...

Parading an employee’s award

October 14, 2011

Filed under Cuyamaca College

This parade, organized by Chancellor Cindy Miles, wended around the Cuyamaca campus until it stopped before the until-then-unannounced winner of the Classified Employee of the Quarter Award, John Thomas, a technician at Cuyamaca’s Ornamental Horticulture department. (Photo: Phu Nguyen)...

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