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Administration to relocate from Modular Village soon

Kellen Brauer December 11, 2011

GROSSMONT COLLEGE- After 18 months, Grossmont College’s administration building as well as the new Griffin Center are in their final stages of reconstruction. The two buildings are expected to...

“Great California Shakeout’ draws mixed reviews

Kellen Brauer October 20, 2011

GROSSMONT COLLEGE- The Great California Shake Out shook up the activity around the Grossmont campus as teachers and students evacuated classrooms. The Shake Out was a planned earthquake...

The saga of the disappearing and reappearing parking spot

Issac Jeitler September 23, 2011

GROSSMONT COLLEGE - At the start of each semester, students face impacted classes, scheduling conflicts and other woes. At the forefront of these issues is the first one students face upon arriving...

Landscaping to replace campus grass

Kellen Brauer September 6, 2011

GROSSMONT COLLEGE- Three sections of grass near the campus cafeteria were recently killed to make way for displays of drought- tolerant indigenous landscaping. Each section or zone will have...

Parking shortages stress faculty, students, staff

Philip Tipple August 29, 2011

GROSSMONT COLLEGE—Available parking spaces on campus have been scarce during the first two weeks of the semester, causing many students to complain that by the time they found a parking...

Campus completes a flood of renovation work

Tim Flood August 19, 2011

Editor's Note: Grossmont College was awash in construction and renovation projects over the summer, with workers racing the clock to complete them before Monday's start of the Fall semester.  In this...

There’s a silver lining in GCCCD budget and enrollment cuts: unimpeded construction

June 22, 2011

GROSSMONT COLLEGE (Press Release)--It’s summertime but the living is anything but easy at Grossmont and Cuyamaca colleges, where building crews will take advantage of reduced traffic to tackle $38 million...

Hurdling obstacles the theme of Grossmont’s 2011 graduation ceremonies

June 2, 2011

Story and Following Photos by Russ Lindquist GROSSMONT COLLEGE--Thousands cheered as newly graduated Grossmont Griffins received long-awaited acknowledgement of their achievements.  An estimated 1,500...

Police report a sexual assault on Grossmont campus

April 13, 2011

GROSSMONT COLLEGE (Press Release)--The following communication is from Joel Javines, the district's director of public safety: "In keeping with the federal Jeanne Clery Act, the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community...

Police chief discusses fire, parking

William Dudley November 19, 2010

  GROSSMONT COLEGE -- One of the main observations a person comes out with after a talk with Grossmont Police Chief Joel Javines is the incredible variety of different sorts of issues he deals...

No room for this visitor in CSIS classroom

Tim Flood November 17, 2010

GROSSMONT COLLEGE -- As I am sure everyone is aware, we are well into the demolition phase of the Griffin Center and Student and Administrative Services Building construction projects.  In the demolition...

Commentary: Taking another look at Sodexo

Russell Lindquist November 8, 2010

     GROSSMONT COLLEGE— For those students who abhor Sodexo, the solution could be simple: get your daily allotment of exercise.  Within 15 minutes walking (30-minute round-trip), we students...

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