When you think of winter, you automatically picture snow. That’s not the case in the desert. Here people can takeRead more
by Lucinda Perez
Alpha Omega Wrestling (AOW) delivered its debut event despite the cold and rainy weather on Saturday, Nov. 12 at the Palm Springs Stadium in Palm Springs. Because of its successful premiere event, the wrestling company already has dates set for future events.
by Andrew Morales
Recently, a discrepancy in the number of Full Time Equivalent Students (FTES) reported to the state was uncovered. This error means College of the Desert had been receiving too much money from the state since 2003.
by Michael Gonzalez
Harold and Kumar return in a holiday movie with some old friends returning. They are two guys who smoke weed and get into adventures from traveling to White Castle to later escaping the law for being suspected terrorists.
by Raymond P. Bondad Section Editor Real Talk: Getting arrested for occupying a park, a few hours past your signedRead more
By Israel J. Wilder
The dollar coin hasn’t been as popular as government officials originally had hoped, decades ago. Reporters say that when the dollar coin was introduced, people were confused because the size and shape closely resembled the quarter.
Valley shelters provide holiday comfort to local homeless by Jonathan Whritenour Section Editor Many families will be celebrating Thanksgiving inRead more
by Christopher Livingston
Even before Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 131 , also known as the California Dream Act, the battle between the opposing and supporting sides raged.
Tax hike to renovate downtown, Desert Fashion Plaza by Christopher Livingston Staff Reporter On Tuesday, Nov. 8, Palm Springs votersRead more
By Alexandra Dupont, third-year PhD student, UCLA College is a time of challenges, and along with these challenges come emotionalRead more