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Returning to community college was no easy feat as a single mother and first-generation, low-income college student.
How do you meet new people and find romance during a global pandemic? California college students are finding ways.
Once you realize that there is more to life than escaping your problems, the light at the end of the tunnel becomes a lot closer to reach.
Balancing studies online and a heavier schedule at work can be overwhelming.
The state of California and the University of California are both suing the federal government over the policy.
LA City College helped student realize dream of getting a degree.
College graduate mourns loss of last semester on campus, commencement ceremony.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced college seniors to abandon the traditional celebrations and ceremonies associated with graduation.
Transition to distance learning poses myriad challenges for community college students.
Digital fabrication laboratories known as “FabLabs” are at the heart of an effort to produce personal protective equipment for East Bay hospitals and health centers.
Cristina Zetino alternates between three different homes throughout the week while juggling work and classes.
The change would help ease the stress for many of their peers during this challenging time, students say.
Mental health experts say during this time of heightened anxiety, finding ways to cope and create stability are key to maintaining a healthy outlook.
Facing the uncertainty of the coronavirus crisis, a Cal State Los Angeles student wonders what lies ahead.
Life may not be the same, but for some California college students staying on campus provides a refuge, especially for those with nowhere to go.