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Mobile Pantry is Giving Away Free Produce Today For The Last Time This Semester

Lissette Rios

April 27, 2017

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Embed from Getty ImagesThe COS Tulare Health Center is hosting their last mobile pantry food distribution this Thursday. The mobile pantry who is in collaboration with the Community Food Bank and distributes fresh produce on certain days throughout ...

Town Hall Meeting Organized In Spite of Devin Nunes’ Absence

Carolina Lopez

April 20, 2017

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Devin Nunes, Republican U.S. Representative of California's 22nd congressional district, did not attend the People's Town Hall meeting held at College of the Sequoias last night.International issues such as health care, immigration and government transparency were discussed at the meeti...

Artwork From Campus Faculty and Local Artists Sold at COS Art Auction

Kason Clark

April 20, 2017

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COS held its 11th annual print works auction on April 7th to sell prints from COS faculty, COS students, and visiting artists.The auction intended to make money to fund summer workshops at COS and to bring visiting artists to thes...

COS Hosting Art Auction for Local Artists this Friday

Kason Clark

April 6, 2017

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Instructor Saegan Moran is holding an art auction at COS this Friday night. The art being auctioned off is from faculty at COS and visiting artists who attended summer workshops. Most of the art will be prints but some will be p...

COS Policeman Urges Students to Secure Their Bicycles Properly

Nicolas Gonzalez

April 6, 2017

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Kevin Mizner, College of the Sequoias Police Chief, is tired of seeing students’ bikes disappear around campus. Mizner predicts that the COS campus will see an increase in bike theft as the weather starts to heat up. To counteract bicycle theft, Mi...

Hanford Campus Constructing New Outdoor Recreational Building for Students

Carolina Lopez

April 6, 2017

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A $2.2 million dollar construction project will be coming to the College of the Sequoias’ Hanford Center by the Fall 2017 semester.The additions, comprised of two construction projects, will include an outdoor recreational building--also known as...

Pell Grant seekers, your college education might be at risk

Fernanda Carrillo

March 29, 2017

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President Trump released his 2018 federal budget blueprint which reveals he wants congress to cut $1.3 billion dollars from Pell Grants. If this happens, it may cause major problems for low-income students who benefit from ge...

Coffe Court Grand Opening!

Dayana Flores

March 28, 2017

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Attention Fellow COS Giants and coffee addicts alike, the Coffee Court's grand opening is Tuesday, March 28th! It will have a new name, "The Grind" and will sell all types of espresso coffee drinks like Cappuccinos, lattes, fl...

Quill: Give it a Dip

Carolina Lopez

March 21, 2017

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The Quill Writing Club is reinventing itself with the release of a literary magazine on April 27. Previously, the recently revived club had been putting together paperback booklet-looking magazines where roughly three student w...

Tips on Transferring in two years

Nicolas Gonzalez

March 20, 2017

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COS prides itself in being students first step towards success. It’s so paramount that the slogan is headlined on the front page of the school’s website. Although students’ path to higher education begins he...

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