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Mental Health Services Available During Summer

Efrain Aguirre, Arts & Entertainment Editor

May 17, 2020

May is Mental Health Awareness month. With the state of our world being quite unnerving, your mental health can take a hit and with the semester closing you may be concerned about the availability of help.  Here are some mental...

Librarians Still Providing to Students During Remote Operation

Diego Castro, Reporter

April 24, 2020

Colleges all around the country have abruptly changed to an online format due to COVID-19 which became a complicated process for everyone to transition. Especially for staff workers at the colleges, specifically Library workers, w...

Mental Health Services at COS During COVID-19

Alexis Perez, Reporter

April 23, 2020

The COVID-19 crisis has made it difficult to get help to students, namely mental health services, but they are doing everything they can to provide students the counseling they need.Jill Maze, Psychological Services Supervisor...

How Quarantine Has Changed My Schedule

Ayris Zamudio, Reporter

April 16, 2020

Personally, I have been having a lot of fun during this quarantine, possibly too much fun.I have learned a lot of things during these hard times like gel nails, dyeing hair, making bracelets, and, my most favorite, ridin...

Can Pets in Your Home Catch COVID-19?

Louie Vale, Reporter/Photographer

April 13, 2020

Many students have one or more pets in their household which may result in the question, during this pandemic can your pets get COVID-19? According to Alyssa Orcuilo,  researcher at Mira Washington DC & NYC, says tha...

Q&A: Brent Calvin on the Transition to Remote Operation

Alexis Perez, Reporter

April 8, 2020

Q: Moving to online classes isn't an easy transition so how did COS make the transition so quickly?  A: "Our faculty worked from Thursday March 12, all weekend and into the next week, to transition their classes to ...

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