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    By Dianne Anderson High school these days can be an unstable mix of family or social drama for the young sisterhood, who try their best not to appear too uncool as they ready to enter the dating scene. Tiffany James sees just how far young ladies are willing go to achieve that picture perfect Generation ...
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    Super fans of coach Spencer Watkins are reflecting on the man that brought home many wins for San Bernardino Valley College, but more so, because his love for the game was only bested by his love for the people. His victories extended far beyond the basketball court. Jacqueline Moore, who served under Watkins for 17 ...
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    If students can just muster the confidence to take that first step onto the San Bernardino Valley College campus, they may find it’s a life changer. Jenna Jacot was more than a little intimidated when first coming as an intern into the Generation Go! program, but she soon realized the collegiate setting was nothing to ...
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    Students at San Bernardino Valley College and Crafton Hills College will soon have access to real-time lessons in radio, broadcast television, imbedded news, advertising,  and many more production platforms across the digital media world. Before now, similar quality media courses have been limited to high priced options, or an hour’s drive away. John Longville, president ...
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    It’s too much money to pass up, and so little time. The San Bernardino Valley College Financial Aid office is still waiting for students to submit their Calgrant applications for the March 2 deadline. Depending on the need, this school year offers full-time students access to Pell Grants from $762 to $6,095.  Among several types ...
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    San Bernardino Valley College faculty and staff are energized awaiting distinguished scholar Dr. Maulana Karenga, the activist who spurred a global philosophy on how to rise above the struggle. On Wednesday, February 27,  Black History Month special guest lecturer Dr. Karenga will present his “Message and Mission in Black History: Forging a Future and World ...
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    Students at San Bernardino Valley College didn’t need a lot of persuading to take on one of the most difficult issues facing kids and youth these days — that there is a better way out to escape the downward spiral. SBVC students Shelly Thomas and Fatima Herrera recently won recognition for their honest and open ...
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    Any number of good excuses could have stopped Nikia Chaney from finishing her GED, earning her bachelor’s and then two master’s degrees. The young single divorced mom worked as she juggled three children with one on the way while staying fully committed to her studies. Her journey through the layers of education and the energy ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Through years working her street ministry, Rev. Bronica Martindale Taylor has seen how women dealing with substance abuse are at greater risk of sexual assault and domestic violence. On the other side of sexual violence, she said there are the date rape drugs, or young men who fail to see the situation ...
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    San Bernardino Valley College will welcome respected scholar and anthropologist Juli Grigsby Ph.D., to ponder a headier discussion that may hit closer to home for some students than their traditional textbook studies. In these turbulent times, Dr. Grigsby raises the discourse up a few notches around her socio-cultural specialties, including critical race theory, feminist and ...