Category: News

News / by Yoav Litman -

Playing with the wolves

There is a very special and unique place to spend the weekend with your family. Only 45 minutes north from Valencia in the middle of Lake Hughes, a wolf shelter…

News / by Betty Varela -

Spotlight: Ethan Espinosa

“It communicates to the customers that are waiting in line, that we care. Their drink is getting to them as soon as possible.” Ethan recently received his masters’ degree in business management from the Masters’ University. He has been managing the Kiosk ever since.

News / by Jackeline Barrientos -

COC hosts Summer Rush

College of the Canyons students and anyone who wants to enroll in college of the canyons “Blockbuster Summer” are encouraged to attend “Summer Rush” a one-stop registration and orientation event scheduled 1 to 7 p.m. Friday, May 19, and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 20 in Canyons Hall at the Valencia campus.

News / by Emily Giordano -

Bike found in Newhall

A bicycle was found on April 20 in Newhall and SCV Sheriff is asking for help from the public in finding the owner. The Bianchi bike is white and red….

Feature / by Zachary Ferber -

Off-road meets Revved Up

Revved Up is a local car show that takes place every second Thursday of the new month. However, with every new month comes a new theme. This month’s Revved Up…

News / by Taylor Ens -

Cougars hold on in L.A. Mission match

In the second game of double-header, the Cougars’ offense took a dip compared to their eight-run performance in game one. The runs were scarce in the early innings of game…

News / by Jackeline Barrientos -

College of the Canyons Summer Institute

Registration for the College of the Canyons Summer Institute are now open for all students entering junior high in the fall. The College of the Canyons Summer Institute is a Hands on career exploration for Junior High students.

News / by Cougar News Contributor -

Local Gibbon Center

By Ian Murray While many COC students view the Santa Clarita Valley as another suburban hamster cage filled with nothing but shopping malls and white picket fences, the area actually…

News / by Adaolisa Okafor -

Former model discusses eating disorders

August McLaughlin is a former model and the creator of “Girl Boner Radio.” She also struggled with anorexia for several years before recovering. She claims that the pressure from society and the…

News / by Amanda Moulton -

Sirens and Lights, Pull to the Right

When it comes to emergency vehicles many drivers don’t know the law. California vehicle code 21806 states: Upon the immediate approach of an authorized emergency vehicle which is sounding a siren…

News / by Betty Varela -

Experts speak about Fake News at COC

Just a few years ago most people were still reading newspapers daily. Although some people still enjoy holding that newspaper in their hands as they drink their morning coffee,studies are showing that more and more people are getting their news online. Mainly through social media.With that said,how do you know what is legitimate news and what is not ?. College of the Canyons held a much needed discussion on the topic of fake news earlier this month.

News / by Luis Gomez -

Pacific Storm Lucifer Ravages Santa Clarita

Santa Clarita was swept by a massive storm on Friday causing floods, downing trees, and stretching resources as authorities raced to keep Santa Clarita residents safe. Heavy rains brought flooding…