UPDATED Nov. 26th 5:00 pm: The Model UN Class will be hosting baked goods and grilled cheese drives throughout this week, so be sure to stop by and give your support! College of the Canyon’s Model UN class is hosting a recycling can drive Wednesday, Nov. 14. The drive will take place at the flag [...]
Articles By: Christian Judy, Staff Writer
Dr. Lee Rogers, challenger of the 25th Congressional District, speaks out against his opponent Congressman Buck McKeon regarding allegations made toward him by former KHTS reporter Mark Archuleta. The local radio station KHTS fired reporters Carol Rock and Mark Archuleta October 15th due to budget issues. In a town hall meeting the following week, Archuleta [...]
Dr. Lee Rogers and Congressman Buck McKeon are running for the 25th Congressional seat. The incumbent is Congressman McKeon. He has been the representative to the House for twenty years, first taking his seat in 1992. Challenger Lee Rogers has tried to present a strong argument why he should be the next Congressman. The two [...]
An explosion was reported Wednesday afternoon by residence of the Mountain View apartment complex located near Sierra Highway. One person set off fireworks in the bathroom of the apartment and as a result was sent to the hospital with burns. The Mountain View complex was immediately evacuated said Los Angeles County Fire Department Inspector Quvondo [...]
Oct. 22, is the last opportunity you will have to register to vote!
Students may have noticed that the price of tuition has gone up dramatically over the past few years. Proposition 30 can help with the rise in tuition costs.
An unpleasant sulfuric odor covered the College of the Canyons campus Monday morning. The Air Quality Management District said the smell originated from the Salton Sea. Winds have carried the musk from the Imperial Valley to the Santa Clarita Valley. A rise in plankton growth has caused a chemical called selenium to form underneath the [...]
Gas prices are becoming a big issue for the candidates running for election in 2012. With a sudden burst in prices at the pump, the conversation has turned from unemployment rate to solutions for American oil and energy.
n a town hall meeting Thursday, California Community Colleges Chancellor Jack Scott spoke about the state of the budget. Students, faculty, and representatives in the Pasadena area attended the address at Pasadena City College.
If you didn’t get all of the classes you needed at College of the Canyons this semester, there is still an opportunity to add additional credits.