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Editorial: Chancellor Van Hook, COC Support SB 769, Improved 4-Year Degree Access

I have to gently offer a clarification, of course. College of the Canyons confers quite a large number of associate degrees, but the bachelor’s degrees – and master’s degrees, for that matter – are offered at our University Center. Yes, the University Center is located at College of the Canyons, but the degree programs are offered by institutions such as the University of La Verne, Brandman University, Cal State Northridge, Cal State Bakersfield, and National University. -- KHTS

Dianne Van Hook: Time for COC to offer 4-year degrees

Yes, the University Center is located at College of the Canyons, but the degree programs are offered by institutions such as the University of La Verne, Brandman University, Cal State Northridge, Cal State Bakersfield and National University. -- Santa Clarita Valley Signal

Art, Chaos And Vodoo Converge at CAL State Northridge

French-American sculptor, photographer and filmmaker Pascal Giacomini presents a multimedia exhibition inspired by his month-long participation in the 2nd Ghetto Biennale, an international art event held in a slum in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Opening reception (5:00-7:00PM) and screening of Out of Chaos, An Artist’s Journey in Haiti (7:30PM, with Q&A), takes place Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Valley Performing Arts Center Gallery on the CSUN campus. The exhibition runs March 10-May 13, 2017. -- Press Release Rocket

SCCS big winner in winter awards

Less in that she’d already had a strong junior year and simply wanted to enjoy her final high school season before heading off to play at Cal State Northridge. -- Santa Clarita Valley Signal

Boeing Business Jets Taps Greg Laxton as New Leader

Laxton attended California State University Northridge and earned a bachelor’s degree in earth science and geography. He also earned a master’s degree in aeronautical science from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Laxton then served as a fighter pilot in the U.S. Air Force, where he logged more than 4,000 flight hours and retired as a lieutenant colonel. --Aviation International News

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