A wrongful termination claim has been filed against the District by one of the men was denied by the Board of Trustees.
Academic Senate confirms 16-week calendar
Academic Senate President Dustin Hanvey confirmed that the college will be on a 16-week semester for the 2013-14 academic year at the Senate meeting on Jan. 28.
OP-ED: Sensible gun control laws needed
It is not until recently, with the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Ct. last month, that the U.S. has decided to seriously look at the guns themselves as a cause of the problem and officials are starting to take steps to reduce gun violence. Now is the time to make a change.
Swim team looking to excel in pool this season
After a very challenging yet successful past season, Head Coach Terry Stoddard says he is more than excited about the upcoming 2013 menâ€™s and womenâ€™s swim season.
Softball starts season 1-3 after â€œBest on Grassâ€ Tournament
A huge win over Orange Coast College on Jan. 25 foreshadowed potential as the young team swept the Pirates 17-5 in the fifth inning.
VOICES: Are online courses as good as in-person classes?
Students share their opinion about taking online courses.
Sculptor, painter named Artist in Residence
Tom LaDuke exhibit will open on Feb. 20 in the Art Gallery.
SCENE: Sharing the love of music
Music majors and hobbyists alike fill the campus with tunes.
College enrollment up 6 percent
Student enrollment in Spring 2013 is up six percent compared to Spring 2012, marking a possibility for more state funding according to college officials.