Tag: Cougar News

News / by Aaron Lanuza -

Canyons Alumni Hall of Fame brings forward six new members

From rescuing a horse stuck in a ditch some-where around the Santa Clarita Valley to reporting the news in Denver, Colorado, four College of the Canyons(COC) alumni were respectively recognized for their accomplishments and inducted into the COC Hall of Fame April 22.

Lifestyle / by Cody Taylor -

Secret Menus of SCV

Secret Menus at restaurants have become one of the most discussed topics on social media. However; man people will not attempt to order an item on one of these menus…

Lifestyle / by Cody Taylor -

Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween can be one of the most enjoyable times of the year, but there are certain dangers that come along with the festivities of the holiday. It is important to…

News / by Cougar News Contributor -

Spotlight: Roger McClure

Placerita Nature Center is home to many California native plants and wildlife. Docent Naturalist, Roger McClure, has been volunteering his time working there since 1999. He helps with many of the activities…

Opinion / by Felisa Cardenas -

Opinion: College Voters

People say that the youth vote is our future. So the question is, how much do our local youth actually know about the upcoming election and politics?

Newscast / by Cougar News Staff -

September 17, 2014

COC Cougar News presents its first newscast of the 2014 Fall semester. Anchors include Ariel Thompson and Enzo Marino. Darien Onori with sports.

News / by Vincenzo Marino -

The Islamic State

The threat from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Syria has reached an all time high. Last week President Obama announced to the world that the United States will lead a coalition of nations whose aim will be to degenerate the spread of ISIL’s control in the Middle East.

News / by Jesse Canales -

COC examines speed of emergency notification system

Eric Harnish, COC Vice President of Public Information said, “The first messages went out before he was detained. Once we hit the send button than it is up to the individual [cell phone] carriers. It depends on who [the students’] cell carrier is.

Newscast / by Cougar News Staff -

April 30, 2014

In the latest edition of Cougar News, the Cougar News team takes a closer look at the ASG Candidates Forum which featured several candidates from the 25th Congressional district.

Newscast / by Cougar News Staff -

April 16, 2014

In the latest edition of Cougar News, the Cougar news team brings you a local connection to a terrifying bus accident in Northern California

News / by Tigran Martirosyan -

CHP cracks down on distracted driving

According to distraction.gov, in 2012, 3,328 people were killed in accidents caused by distracted driving, and 421,000 were injured. With the constant advancement of technology and connecting ourselves to the…

Newscast / by Cougar News Staff -

March 26, 2014

In the latest edition of Cougar News, learn more about being prepared for a future large earthquake in Southern California.

News / by Jesse Canales -

Protests not enough to sway council members on billboard proposal

The proposal will remove several billboards around Santa Clarita and develop three digital billboards (with six billboard faces) on three freeway-adjacent city-owned sites for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Metro will also receive a 50-year lease for the city-owned sites.

Newscast / by Cougar News Staff -

March 12, 2014

In the first edition of Cougar News for the Spring 2014 semester, COC student journalists report on an attempted kidnapping at COC.

Sports / by Tigran Martirosyan -

Behind in the Count

In statistics, we are taught that numbers tell a story, and those numbers tell it like it is, because numbers never lie. However, sometimes the numbers on the surface don’t…

Lifestyle / by Hunter Peters -

Don’t open that umbrella inside

For generations superstitions have been apart of our culture. Ranging from avoiding cracks on the sidewalk to not opening an umbrella inside, superstitions have been an answer to our biggest problems and are often as a result of people believing there is something that they can do to control a situation.