Living overseas is no easy feat, but for COC foreign students, the International Services and Programs (ISP) office is a service that helps students to make the most out of
By Jacob Sykes Glasses clink together and the din of conversation and laughter roars through the room. The concrete floors are scuffed from hundreds of shoes and stained with sticky
By Frank Alli As students shuffle into the room, they hear: “Hey, have you eaten yet today?” The question comes from a COC staffer who is surrounded by shelves of
By Mark Moreno LOS ANGELES CA- The smell of smoke fills the air as chants from the voices of thousands of standing soccer fans in the stands fill the air.
“Just A Guy That Likes A Good Time”: How Chris Colley brought DIY ethos back to Santa Clarita music scene
By Jacob Sykes On Soledad Canyon Road going north towards Acton, there’s not a lot of action. There are corpses of trees along the sides of the windy canyon road,
By Marriya Ahumada For many last-year students the excitement of graduation can be more than a little distracting, causing them to slack on schoolwork. There is a name for this
Cougar News is a student-produced live broadcast streamed live out of College of the Canyons’ Mentry Hall on the Valencia Campus.
It’s the morning of Showcase. Students are running through the hall with costumes and 3D hearts trying to make last minute changes to their projects before their families and the
The professor just dismissed class and handed-out a five-page syllabus with one important task: make sure to have the required textbook. It is your freshman year at COC, and you
Life is not always easy. For some COC students, being around horses can be just what the doctor ordered when life becomes too much to handle. Copper Horse Riding Ranch
A Santa Clarita family breathed a huge sigh of relief today after being reunited with their beloved dog, Toby, after a woman refused to return him on Monday. Mario Lucchese,
By Praditya Fulumirani “It kinda just happens,” David Gonzales, a journalism student, laments about the numerous times he has been “ghosted” in his 19 years of living. “You think it’s
It was an overcast afternoon and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor was uncharacteristically quiet and ironically drained of water. The park was in its off-season, and the scene had an abandoned