• 370
    0

    Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic now more than ever people all cross the nation are in need. With unemployment at it highest since the Great Depression people are in need of the bare necessities, like food. The San Bernardino County Community Action Partnership, led by Patricia L. Nickols-Butler, has been there to answer the call ...
  • 1158
    0

    With so many nursing career choices at San Bernardino Valley College, the sky is the limit and opportunities abound. Graduates can be confident that it will not be hard to find a job, as there is no shortage of places to work. Sana Massad, Acting Faculty Director of Nursing Faculty, said nurses are needed now ...
  • 6167
    0

    Many San Bernardino Valley College students that would otherwise struggle to make ends meet between paychecks don’t have to worry about what’s for dinner, thanks to Patricia L. Nickols Butler. Since coming on board with the SBVC Foundation three years ago, one of her top concerns has been getting food to hungry students. Mrs. Nickols-Butler ...
  • 4935
    0

    By Dianne Anderson A whirlwind of Black History Month festivities will wrap up next week with one last breakout of acclaimed films and speakers to help elevate social consciousness in the area. Blockbuster films are sparking marvelous conversations at Valley College, while an upcoming Black Excellence Educational Event, now in its second year, is creating ...
  • 4732
    0

    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 ...
  • 2666
    0

    San Bernardino Valley College student Devonte Kilgore admits he had doubts along the way about what it takes to get through college life, but one thing he didn’t want to be was another statistic – unless he was actually studying statistics. If not for Guardian Scholars Foster Youth Services and several dedicated counselors who guided him ...
  • 2346
    0

    Voter Empowerment Workshops By Dianne Anderson When it comes to politics, the most important thing to Damon Alexander is location, location, location. And, by location, he means keeping politics local. He feels that all politics has the biggest impact at the community level, even as voters often look to the national front. “Our gas tax ...
  • 1760
    0

    Anyone who has met Rhonda Crayton will tell you she is a warrior. This 40-year-old mother of two from San Bernardino is known across the San Bernardino Valley College campus for her infectious smile and positive attitude, which she credits with helping in her fight against cancer. In 2014, Crayton was diagnosed with stage 3 ...
  • 1920
    0

    Ask Kevin Williams about the kind of music he loves to perform, and his answer is spoken like a true astrophysicist. “I’m a tenor, so it’s definitely more the upper region of the male voice,” said Williams, who is majoring in astrophysics with a minor in music at San Bernardino Valley College. It’s not so ...