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Monique Rivera

November 15, 2017No Comments

To start off the Holiday season of goodwill and happiness BSTARS will hold a Winter Coat Drive on Nov. 16 from 10 a.m to 1 p.m in the quad. They will be collecting old coats, jackets, and sweaters. Any piece of clothing...

COS makes a splash with the new pool renovations

Jesenia Orozco

November 8, 2017No Comments

Get your swimsuits, for the new pool is coming. After a long wait of four years since the COS pool has had some adjustments, COS is proud to announce that the pool is finally receiving a full renovation this year. The...

Giant Book Club finds use for old books

Michael Taber

November 8, 2017No Comments

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at COS. Today COS is holding an event "Holidays R Us" in the Sequoia building room 8 between 10 a.m. to 1p.m. This event will be hosted by the staff and faculty of the college...

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Stan A. Carrizosa, president of COS, shares his final accomplishments before retirement

Lissete Rios, Reporter

November 1, 2017No Comments

Stan A. Carrizosa has taken on many challenges in his career to better education in his community, and now he’s ready to take on retirement. “At the end of the night I’m tired, but when I see...

How to keep yourself safe on campus

Monique Rivera

October 26, 2017No Comments

Most students believe they are safe but they can always be safer. Even though we may not always hear what happens around our school or community, it is important to know how to keep yourself safe. The...

Dominic Duarte, Reporter

October 24, 2017No Comments

Transferring to a UC may not be an option for some COS students now that UC tuitions have increased. The increase would add $348 to the current tuition of $12,630 for California students. “What is...

New dance instructor brings passion to COS

New dance instructor brings passion to COS

October 17, 2017

Examine Shakespeare’s work in English course at COS

Examine Shakespeare’s work in English course at COS

October 8, 2017

Concerns over climate change grow in COS community

Concerns over climate change grow in COS community

October 4, 2017

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

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Giants Win Shootout Over Diablo Valley

Sean Baize

September 21, 2017No Comments

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...

Adrian Luevano

May 17, 2017No Comments

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. &#...

Adrian Luevano

April 24, 2017No Comments

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...

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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Recent Sports Scores
‘Justice League’ review: DC provides fun and humor in this superhero ensemble

Jesenia Orozco, Reporter

December 5, 2017No Comments

A superhero universe is a place where audiences find themselves transported to the corners of pure imagination and creativity created into realities. Director Zack Snyder...

Review: “Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson” is a raunchy satire on populism

Michael Taber, Reporter

November 16, 2017No Comments

With all the daily chaos going on in the White House, it's not hard to look back at history and see that much hasn't change. College of the Sequoias is putting on a theater...

Review: “Murder on the Orient Express” delivers a fun mystery

Dominic Duarte, Reporter

November 13, 2017No Comments

The film adaptation of Agatha Christie's detective novel "Murder on the Orient Express" is not of course what audiences were hoping for. Having not read the book, the film...

Review: “A Bad Moms Christmas” brings simple laughs that make for a good time

Shelby Jehle, Reporter

November 13, 2017No Comments

With more moms and more laughs, "A Bad Moms Christmas" is a lighthearted comedy that kept me smiling, but not so funny that I fell out of my chair laughing. Much like the...

Review: “Thor: Ragnarok” delivers a hilarious and fun cosmic adventure

Review: “Thor: Ragnarok” delivers a hilarious and fun cosmic adventure

November 7, 2017

Review: Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic World Tour delivers a great show

Review: Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic World Tour delivers a great show

November 5, 2017

“Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” comes to COS theater this month

November 1, 2017

New movies, television series and video games coming out this November

New movies, television series and video games coming out this November

October 30, 2017

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