Answers to nutrition questions provide students the tools for a healthy lifestyle. by Amanda Holst, San Jose State University MostRead more
Michael’s House rehabilitation center expands in Palm Springs. by Michael Gonzalez Section Editor On Friday, April 20, the cityRead more
by Barbra Paskin
On May 3, College of the Desert theatre students will debut “Jekyll and Hyde” at the McCallum theatre. And that is sweet music to the ears of lyricist Leslie Bricusse and composer Frank Wildhorn who created the Tony-winning musical.Read more
by Skylar Brown Section Editor When I try to describe what the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is like,Read more
by Debbie Fried
Hits delivered by the economic downtown of 2008 have blackened the eyes of the hospitality industry. Recent economic woes have led government agencies and businesses in a scramble to cut back funds once allotted to lavish yearly conventions.
College of the Desert instructor Dennis Johnson takes part in Desertscapes exhibit at Marks Art Center by Matthew Swanson StaffRead more
Local library gets an image change by Matthew Swanson Staff Reporter Palm Desert Library will begin its remodeling process startingRead more
by Christopher Livingston
With the announcement of current COD President Jerry Patton’s impending retirement, College of the Desert has embarked on a five-month-long selection process to search for its seventh president.
by Debbie Fried
If you’re a book collector, an avid reader, or just a junkie for a good deal, then don’t miss the Friends of the COD Library (FOTL) yearly events that earn much needed funds for the campus library. Since the organization was formed in 1970, proceeds from the many events each year provide needed books, materials and equipment that fall outside the library’s annual standard budget.Read more
City honors Arbor Day and horticulture as key to beautification and conservation in valley by Michael Gonzalez Section Editor TheRead more