Feed your need for crab! Giants, be sure to come to the Dr. S. Thomas Porter Field House on Friday March 6, and support COS football by enjoying the 2015 crab feed benefit! The event will have all you can eat crab with sides of baked potato, bread, butter, a salad bar, and dessert. There… →
The Just Be Dope lecture has been moved to March 25. Nigel Burton, the guest speaker, will be speaking from 12 p.m. until 1 p.m. within the Hospital Rock building Room 134. Also, the fashion show will take place on March 26, within the quad, from 12 p.m. until 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday, March 17 FYE brings to COS local entrepreneur Nigel Burton of Just Be Dope. Burton plans to share what it takes to start your own business- starting at noon and lasting about an hour in Hospital Rock. Also, on March 18 from noon until 1:30 p.m. in the quad there will be a fashion… →
Feb. 26 is the last day to apply for an Associates Degree for the Spring 2015 semester. Students must make an appointment to see a counselor in order to fill out the application and will be charged six dollars in degree fees, paid at the Cashier’s window.
Have you ever gone to school and had a sudden thirst? The majority of us college students don’t come prepared by bringing our own water bottles. Our only source in quenching our thirst on campus is by drinking from one of our water fountains, which can be pretty gruesome, or by buying a drink from… →
After a stressful two years, the College of Sequoias can now breathe a sigh of relief. COS was taken off warning status and earned a Reaffirmation of Accreditation on Feb. 9. In 2013 the college was placed on Show Cause, meaning the college had to show why they should remain open. The Accrediting Commission for… →
For many years the theater has been a way for people to express themself as well as a way to have fun. James McDonnell, head of the theater department, is continuing to make that point with his take on “The Addams Family,” written by Charles Addams in the 1930’s. “It is a well-written show with… →
The COS Athletic Department will be putting on the Toys for Tots event. The program started in Los Angeles in 1947. Bill Hendricks, USMC, gathered a group of local Marine reservists. Together, they coordinated and collected 5,000 toys for local children that year from collection bins that were placed outside of the Warner Bros. movie… →
It’s that time of year- Pumpkin Spice food is making room for Eggnog and Gingerbread, you can wear a jacket all day without needing to take it off in the afternoon, and leaves are finally turning color and falling off trees. Soon, we’ll off be off on break. That is, right after we have a… →
It’s no secret that today’s drought problem has caused numerous forest fires. Although we use this element for something as innocent as making s’mores or keeping us warm, fires can be incredibly deadly. On Thursday, Nov. 20, the COS Health Center will be holding the “Great American Smoke-Out” from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The… →