While some students were able to continue thriving during the pandemic, most others were stuck at home alone and dwelling on their own thoughts. At noon on May 5, College of the Canyons student Adamari Amezquita received emailed proof that she was both dwelling AND
With plans to reopen in the fall, College of the Canyons public information officer Eric Harnish announced that the COVID-19 vaccine will not be required for students, faculty, and staff attendance for the fall semester. COC hopes to reopen its campus and offer more in-person
By: Juliet Schlesinger & Cade Costic COVID-19 restrictions set in place in April of 2020 had local high school, college, and MLB sports activities on pause. With this, there were no practices, games or any in-person interaction actively taking place. For professional baseball scouts, livelihoods
By Jeremy D. Thompson and Daniel Rios Professors from the College of the Canyons Political Science department convened online Wednesday for a wide-ranging — and largely cordial — political discussion as the long-running Professor Showdown series resumed after a year’s hiatus. The Professor Showdown, or PSD
College of the Canyons has celebrated Women’s History Month through a number of events held virtually throughout the month of March. The most recent event that took place via Zoom was “Women in Sports,” a panel of female athletes and coaches connected to COC. Chad
By Eddie Rodriguez and Mickie Santos A once non-stop assembly line of film manufacturing met the stonewall of quarantine. Around this time last year, media production came to a halt due to COVID-19. Highly anticipated movies like “Godzilla vs. Kong,” “Dune” and “Cruella” were all
By Natalie Jimenez and Karlee Akesson As the William S. Hart District welcomes students back on campus beginning March 29, children and parents have mixed feelings about the return after a year-long hiatus from in-person classes. “At first, I was nervous. The coronavirus is no
Victoria Leonard’s students have been silent for exactly five seconds.
The fifth second of stillness is always when her blood pressure starts to rise.The quiet began after she posed a question directed at her class during a lesson over Zoom. At this point, an answer from a student is unlikely.
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