Tag: COC

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ASG Game Room closes At COC

After twenty years of operation at College of the Canyons, the ASG Game Room is closed indefinitely. The room was closed after a recent tax audit had revealed that the…

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Gaming for a cause

By Travyan Suttle This semester COC’s GSA Club will host its 2nd gaming tournament to raise money for the clubs cause. Proceeds gained from the gaming tournament will go toward…

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Banned Books Week at COC

Banned Books Week returned to College of the Canyons on September 25, with a central theme of marginalization for the fall semester. It will run for a week and feature…

Business / by Samantha Joson -

The new Silicon Valley

By Sam Joson Imagine this. A lively, six-year-old boy shows his budding entrepreneurial ambitions by trying to run a business selling watercolor paints to his parents. Seeing as his customer…

Advice / by Tiese White -

First Year Promise at COC

By Tiese White Did you know that you can get your first year at College of the Canyons absolutely free if you’re a full-time student, it will include a book…

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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.

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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….

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My Generation, My Fight

By Monica T. Rodriguez Upon visiting Thailand, Breezy Thomson’s eyes were opened for the first time. “Through the two week trip I was exposed to [ZOE] mission” to rescue children…

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Benefits of a Two-year Degree

By Krystal Ramos Looking for a career in the medial field but want to potentially avoid the high cost that comes with attending a four-year university? Well, look no further…

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Students take COC classes while in high school

“Who are those little kids?” It’s a question that COC students occasionally ask as they walk by a group of kids who look too young to be on campus taking classes. However, these students are anywhere from 13-18 years old, attend a high school tucked away in the University Center and, according to one study, are among the highest-performing students at COC.