The Charger Study space is underway as Cypress College put an outdoor study space for students as the Fall semester classes are currently online. Cypress College officials said the study area was created to help students have a secure and safe social experience studying while the campus is closed. From 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.…
Social Media’s impact on the Black Lives Matter movement.
Students give their take on how Covid-19 affected their fitness and eating habits.
The much anticipated follow-up season to “The Boys” is finally here and its quite diabolical, to quote the words of Billy Butcher.
Brief Interview with Athletic Director Wes McCurtis on the status of the Fall sports season.
Since the start of distance learning, there have been questions regarding tuition and what has been done to aid students in these unprecedented times. On March 13 of the Spring 2020 semester, in-person class sessions were abruptly ended- and what students and faculty thought would only be a week, ended up stretching to the remainder…
A brief interview with Professor Joseph Trevino and his experience with the sudden transition of online instruction.
With the semester coming to an end, the spring of 2020 will be one never forgotten for students alike.
The COVID-19 outbreak has caused the entertainment industry to come to a temporary hold.
Many Cypress College students express their concerns over the few gender neutral restrooms on campus.