Let’s address the elephant in the room, first and foremost: midterms are rapidly approaching. So, naturally, you probably want to break away from the study cramming and get your fix on the sports happening around campus.
The Cypress College Photography Gallery is presenting an exhibit of solo artwork by four artists which highlights their personal struggles in today’s society. The photography is currently displayed in the TECH ED1 Building on the second floor until December 6, 2019.
If you’re a soccer fan, there couldn’t be a better time for you to immerse yourself onto the field as the Chargers score to success. Under strong leadership, the men’s and women’s soccer teams have dominated the competition so far this season and are expecting to soar to victory as the season progresses.
Bogged down by the inevitable stress that comes with the student identity package deal, many are left searching for an outlet to release this stress.
Cypress College’s 9/11 memorial, the lives we lost, and the lives inadvertently affected by the most fatal day in United States history.
Summer break has come to an end and Fall semester classes are back in session.
Cypress College has implemented food trucks in the quad that offer new and exciting meal selections to choose from for students and faculty.
Information on new and popular clubs to join this fall semester.
Director Andy Muschietti and Bill Skarsgard bring the malicious clown Pennywise back once again to terrorize the citizens of Derry, Maine and finally take out the Losers Club. This addition to the Stephen King mythos shows early on that it will be dealing with more mature scares than its predecessors.
The severe California drought has been declare over- but water conservation is still a priority in the sunny state.