Lifestyle

  • Travel with The Chargers

    It’s safe to say that many people would love to travel and stay in other countries. But with school getting in the way, some people...

  • Baseball Parking Blues- a Worthwhile Inconvenience?

    As of Dec 2018, Measure J Construction began working on the renovations for the Science, Engineering, Math (SEM) Building on Cypress College campus. As a...

  • Health Center Holds Condom Day

    Health Center takes light hearted approach to sex education with Condom Day, held Valentine's Day, Feb 14.

  • Cypress College Hosts Black History Opening Ceremony

    Black History Month Planning Committee kicks-off their celebration of Black History Month.

  • Studying and Snack Spots

    As the school semester progresses and the stress settles in, recurring study spots may begin to lack pizazz. Tired eyes glaring at screens and scanning...

  • Rich Fare for a Broke Student

    Once tuition dues have been paid and textbooks have been ordered, the average college student may find themselves in a predicament many of us face....

  • A Case for The Most Important Meal of The Day

    Students are told growing up that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day”, but is that still valid among college students today?

  • World Fest, Taste Buds Put to the Test

    Associated Students hosted this Fall semesters World Fest event Nov. 7, 2018, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in which students could get a taste...

  • The Man Behind The Association

    Booths were set up along the Pond bridge, It was the first day of the Welcome Back Week event here at Cypress College when Robert...

  • New Veteran’s Resource Center, New Pond

    Winter is coming, and with it: change. Serious talk regarding a new location for the Veterans’ Resource Center has occurred on campus since 2016; as...