College of the Canyons is working on a plan to return to campus with in-person labs in the second half of 2021. When the COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of most U.S. schools in the spring, students and faculty were faced with a challenge on
The American Cancer Society Club at College of the Canyons is a club created to spread awareness in the community about cancer and to uplift the lives of those who have been affected by lending a helping hand. In 2017, the club was created to spread
College of the Canyons continues to expand its resources to students by introducing a Multicultural Center on campus. The soft virtual opening, held on Nov. 30, introduced the benefits and the excitement this Multicultural Center has to offer the campus culture. What started as an
College of the Canyons held a virtual seminar on Thursday that gave the chance for students and professionals to discuss the current mental health climate.
Elections have been causing anxiety levels to soar for many American voters. With the tension between Democrats and Republicans, the high turnout and the nonstop media coverage, there are many factors that drive voters crazy when deciding officials for our government. This year, College of
Very soon, some residents in Santa Clarita will experience going to the polls, standing in line, voting and receiving an “I Voted” sticker for the first time, even with COVID-19 restrictions in place. Patty Robinson, Director of Civic Engagement and College of The Canyons Faculty
The College of the Canyons Canyon Country Campus holds an annual Star Party event on campus with many different activity tables, viewing areas, and a portable planetarium. The Fall Star Party, which occurred on Oct. 23, was Episode 1 of a two-part series of Science
College of the Canyons’ Associated Student Government will be holding a Halloween-themed online clay modeling session on Friday, in which participants can get creative while listening to a Harry Potter audiobook.
The annual Trafficking Summit held an online seminar on Sunday dealing with the steps needed for survivors of human trafficking to properly enter the workforce.
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