Southern California was drenched in record setting storms last weekend causing damage and power outages throughout the Valley. By Paul Rosenbusch and Solomon Smith Southern
Los Angeles voters pass yet another bond funding the renovation of local community colleges Paul Rosenbusch, Staff Writer Election day brought further hope for the bright future of Valley College as Los Angeles Measure CC passed with 75% of the vote, providing an additional $3.3 billion construction bond to help modernize the Los Angeles Community […]
Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson recently rallied for reform in Hollywood Staff Writer, Paul Rosenbusch Clad in his infamous blue jeans and black sport coat, New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson recently took the stage at 3 Boulevard to unite the disenchanted Republicans and Democrats of Hollywood. Over 500 people from around Southern California gathered to […]
Construction begins on the Valley Academic and Cultural Center Paul Rosenbusch, Staff Writer The Los Angeles Community College District recently approved the $78. 5million Valley Academic and Cultural Center on a 6-1 vote and crews began prepping the campus for the new building over the weekend. The 118,000-square-foot facility, formerly called the Media and Performing Arts Center, initially carried […]
Valley College celebrates the addition of a Chicano Studies associate degree with an inaugural celebration on Dia de la Raza, Columbus Day. Paul Rosenbusch, Staff Writer Two guest speakers came to discuss the importance of heritage, history, and education and how they used their degrees in Chicano Studies to find careers that satisfy their […]
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