There’s two sides in a tug-of-war over reopening Los Angeles County. One side wants a slower, cautious opening, noting the potential health implications. The opposition wants businesses to reopen, minding the economical impact.
For many going out of state for college athletics can be a scary thing. That will not be the case for teammates Cristian Patron and McKenzie Stoehr.
With the announcement of CoC continuing its online education through the 2020 many students or contemplating if this new format of learing is worth the money
The original model of helping homeless families has changed for most of the 207 Family Promise Affiliates across the nation, including the SCV chapter.
By Wendy Brill-Wynkoop/COC Faculty Association The College of the Canyons Faculty Association (COCFA), AFT Local 6262, and CSEA Local 725, announce the endorsement of Dr. Edel Alonso for the Santa Clarita Community College District (SCCCD) Board of Trustees Area 2. Three of the five board
After a 10-3 senior campaign Zach Van Bennekum decided to continue his football career at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU).
The Santa Clarita Valley’s eastside Target department store suffered a recent outbreak in COVID-19 cases among essential workers in the store, as the third positive case has been confirmed.
During times like these, the community in Santa Clarita is coming together to help those in need.
When College of the Canyons went on lockdown, all classes were moved to remote learning. Except, some classes were more difficult to transition to an online setting.
To provide as little of a disruption as possible for students, faculty and staff, College of the Canyons has announced that the fall 2020 semester will be primarily remote and online.