A CSUN student fought off a near kidnapping just off the Cal State Northridge campus on Tuesday afternoon according to campus officials. According to the California State University, Northridge Department…
Imagine your child never telling you he loves you, and may not be able to be an independent adult. Staring into space, plugging your ears, knocking over household objects. These are some of the characteristics of autism.
The College of the Canyons Spring Board Diving Team is looking for full-time students who are interested in learning and improving their spring board diving skills to take a step forward and join the team this Spring Semester.
The results are in for the new 2014-2015 Associated Student Government office positions. Elections for COC’s Associated Student Government were held this past Tuesday and Wednesday, making it easier to…
Here is the latest edition of Cougar News. Included are a Saugus resident was in the terminal in LAX when a gunman opened fire. Also, a family is struggling to cope with a 6-year old who is fighting a rare disease.
College of the Canyons adjunct professor Kathryn Coleman presented a sociological discussion focused on the wide range of seemingly positive benefits, and corresponding potential for widespread social disintegration, derived from society’s rampant use of popular social networking sites during the fall 2013 Scholarly Presentation “Our Two-Faced(book) World,” at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center (PAC).
Here is the latest edition of Cougar News. Included in the show is COC reaction to the devastating tornadoes in Oklahoma City, a personal story of a longtime resident who is also an illegal immigrant and a loaded sports segment.
On a course favoring the sprinters, Cannondale Pro Cycling’s Peter Sagan (SVK) blasted past ORICA GreenEDGE’s Michael Matthews (AUS) to the front of the pack to claim Stage 3 of the 2013 Amgen Tour of California the length of half a tire.
The Santa Clarita Community College District Board of Trustees and Chancellor Dr. Dianne Van Hook will host a ground-breaking ceremony to officially begin construction of the college’s new and improved, approximately 46,000-square-foot, two-story Student Services & Administration Building.