Spring break is notorious for the road trips, parties, memories being made, and some moments being forgotten. It’s filled with opportunities to do things a person may never normally do. The amount of people that may be driving under the influence is thus increased, because the number students going out skyrockets during this short period… →
There will be an alcohol and drug awareness event held Wednesday March 24. It will be located in the quad of the Visalia COS campus from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Representatives from Mother’s Against Drunk Driving will be there plus Health Center personnel with information regarding the effects of drugs and alcohol. They will… →
In the spirit of Women’s History Month, College of the Sequoias will be hosting a presentation of local women in leadership on March 25. The event is free to the public and will be held in the Ponderosa building, starting at 6:00 p.m. The featured speakers are Visalia City councilwoman and former Visalia City mayor… →
Last year the campus police reported 23 cases of vandalism. Keep in mind that these are only the vandalism cases that have been reported and caught by campus police. So far, for 2015, we have had only three cases of vandalism both which took place in the month of January. “Any type of vandalism from… →
Bike theft is on the rise on campus. Police Chief Bob Masterson insists for college students be aware on how to secure their bikes properly. Some tips: Never rely solely on a cable lock to secure your bike. Ever. These cables can be broken into so easily. Nobody would tie their bike down using Twizzlers—so… →
Healthier foods are and have been an option at the COS cafeteria. Although the cafeteria does offer salads, some students are looking for a much better quality. Anything that doesn’t drip with oil and that most definitely is not fried, along with those who do not eat meat and want something fresh. Many students want… →
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.