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Free transportation for community colleges in California

Free transportation for community colleges in California

Lissete Rios

California's Governor Jerry Brown is hesitating from signing a bill that will provide free bus passes for community college students in California. The California Legislature wants to pass the AB-17, the transit pass program:...

October 17, 2017No Comments

Fashion Club to hold a clothing drive

Your old Autumn clothing can fall into the mitts of those who need it on Oct.18 from 1 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Tule building room 503 at the COS Visalia campus. Fashion Club’s “Fall Clothing Swap.” During this completely...

October 17, 2017No Comments

Health is coming our way this Wednesday

Jesenia Orozco, Reporter

Tips on maintaining a healthy lifestyle is the theme of the COS Health Fair this Wednesday, Oct. 18 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Health Fair will include booths from health services from here on campus and the community. Candice...

October 17, 2017No Comments

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Feature

New dance instructor brings passion to COS

New dance instructor brings passion to COS

Michael Taber, Reporter

Overcoming obstacles is nothing new to COS dance director Imara Quiñonez. Quiñonez grew up in East Los Angeles and had to overcome the negativity of those around her who told her that she could not achieve...

October 17, 2017No Comments

Examine Shakespeare’s work in English course at COS

Examine Shakespeare’s work in English course at COS

Jesenia Orozco

"O Romeo, Romeo. Wherefore art thou Romeo?" - William Shakespeare This quote is from one of the most famous romantic scenes in literature, where Romeo climbs up to the balcony, as the love of his li...

October 8, 2017No Comments

Concerns over climate change grow in COS community

Concerns over climate change grow in COS community

Dominic Duarte, Reporter

Hurricanes, melting ice caps and record high temperatures are common occurrences in the world. Scientists who have studied climate change for over 10 years estimate these common occurrences would happen....

October 4, 2017No Comments

2017’s Miss Tulare County sits down with TheCampus for a Q&A

April 17, 2017

Victorino Cervantes’s Lindsay Art Gallery

March 20, 2017

New Cafeteria Manager Shares his Life and Plans for COS

New Cafeteria Manager Shares his Life and Plans for COS

March 2, 2017

School WiFi Slowing Down Students

November 21, 2016

History major born in the wrong decade

History major born in the wrong decade

November 16, 2016

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Sports

Giants Win Shootout Over Diablo Valley

Giants Win Shootout Over Diablo Valley

Sean Baize

A high-scoring game between the COS Giants and Diablo Valley Vikings ended with the Giants winning 40-35. The night started off great for the Giants football team with a 45...

September 21, 2017No Comments

Visalia Rawhide manager’s journey through baseball

Adrian Luevano

Since the third grade, Shelley Duncan knew his fate was it baseball. “When I was 8 to 10 years old, that's when I knew I wanted to do something in baseball,” Duncan said. &#...

May 17, 2017No Comments

Giants clinch playoffs with doubleheader sweep

Adrian Luevano

The College of the Sequoias softball team clinched a playoff spot with its doubleheader sweep of Merced on Thursday. In game one, Merced jumped to a two-run lead scoring in...

April 24, 2017No Comments

Giants avoid series sweep in Fresno

April 24, 2017

Swim & Dive capture title at Conference Championships

April 24, 2017

Roundup: Paradine shuts down Reedley and Track set to compete in Stanford Invitational

March 30, 2017

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Arts & Entertainment

Review: ‘The Lego Ninjago Movie’ is a forgetful piece

Review: ‘The Lego Ninjago Movie’ is a forgetful piece

Arlyn Mendoza, Managing Editor

Once again the Lego marketing team convinces parents to buy Lego products for their children. 'The Lego Ninjago Movie', written and directed by Bob Logan and Paul Fisher...

October 4, 2017No Comments

Review: ‘Mother!’ Will Leave Audiences Talking for Years to Come

Review: ‘Mother!’ Will Leave Audiences Talking for Years to Come

Michael Taber

"This movie will change you after you watch it." That was the tag line for the promotion of this movie. It may not change everyone but it will leave audiences talking ...

September 25, 2017No Comments

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead Review

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead Review

Gedahn Kassaz

Everyone in the COS auditorium took their seats on the flat stage, conventionally exclusive to the actors they paid to see. This new, peculiar seating arrangement the aud...

May 8, 2017No Comments

The Summer’s Most Anticipated FIlms

Joel Barba

Embed from Getty ImagesThere are a lot of films coming out this summer: blockbusters and the latest super hero flick, but those aren't the films I'm looking forward to. It Comes at Night (2017), a horro...

May 2, 2017No Comments

May Film, TV & Video Games Preview

May 2, 2017

13 Reasons Why- Netflix Series Review

April 27, 2017

Giant Desk Concert – Brendon Reese (Call Me James)

April 27, 2017

Free Fire Review: Doesn’t Quite Hit the Mark

April 27, 2017

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