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The 18-year-old Newhall resident is taking 16 units at College of the Canyons this semester, and with classes like calculus, physics and history, her book bill was more than $400.
com CAPTION(S): 2 photos, box Photo: (1) College of the Canyons Centers for Applied Competitive Technologies Director Peter Bellas holds a rook chess piece created as a project in one of the courses offered to students.
Byline: PATRICIA FARRELL AIDEM Staff Writer SANTA CLARITA -- Eric Gelpi strolled across the College of the Canyons campus one day last week, iPod earplugs firmly implanted, no worries the $200 music player is becoming a favorite of thieves.
College of the Canyons instructor Kevin Anthony, 56, learned how altitude and oxygen depletion affects his desire to talk when he climbed the 19,335-foot Tanzanian peak last year.
Byline: SUE DOYLE Staff Writer SANTA CLARITA -- Fifteen-year-old Christopher Ngoon graduates today from College of the Canyons -- a year before he gets his high school diploma.
This doesn't apply to students at middle college high schools, such as Academy of the Canyons at College of the Canyons in Valencia, or at early college high schools.
Byline: Daily News VALENCIA - College of the Canyons is putting the finishing touches on its new biotechnology center, part of a two-year project to create a state-of-the-art laboratory for the life sciences and engineering program.
Byline: Carol Rock Staff Writer VALENCIA - Video game fans have a chance to channel some of their creativity into a fast-growing career field through a new certificate program in video game animation offered at College of the Canyons.