Newsom signs $47.1 billion higher education package aiding college affordability and accessibility

Gov. Gavin Newsom signed several bills last week that will help improve…

COC not requiring the COVID-19 vaccine for students and staff to return to campus in the fall

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. 

With COVID-19 restrictions lifting, professional baseball scouts adapt to new way of scouting

MLB sports activities on pause. With this, there were no practices, games or any in-person interaction actively taking place.

Professor Showdown returns from hiatus to discuss the viability of American democracy

By Jeremy D. Thompson and Daniel Rios Professors from the College of…

College of the Canyons highlights women in sports for Women’s History Month

College of the Canyons has celebrated Women’s History Month through a number…

Parents, children have mixed feelings about returning to school

By Natalie Jimenez and Karlee Akesson As the William S. Hart District…

Zoom burnout it’s not just the students

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.