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May, 2018

  • 2 May

    IVC Presidential forum took place yesterday

    The search for a new President/Superintendent of Imperial Valley College has been narrowed to five finalists, and the campus community as well as the public at large had an opportunity yesterday to hear from the candidates at a Public Forum and give written comments to the Board of Trustees. The …

April, 2018

  • 27 April

    SDSU Calexico Shows Oscar Zeta Acosta Documentary

    -Editorial The history of the Chicano Movement is rich and their bravery marked a generation. Among the icons of that movement are Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta who, to this day, inspire new generations of Mexican-Americans. There is one person, however, that is not very well known but made a …

  • 22 April

    Driving Business Results through Project Management

    Project management can produce a series of benefits for organizations which in turn become measurable results that positively influence a business. Before we explain this, let’s define project management so we can all be in the same mind-set. According to the Project Management Institute (www.pmi.org), the world’s leading not-for-profit professional …

  • 5 April

    Imperial Valley College, Pioneers Memorial Healthcare District Extend Health Partnership Agreement

    Imperial Valley College has extended its current student health partnership agreement with the Pioneers Memorial Healthcare District. “Our students have greatly benefitted from this partnership,” said IVC Superintendent/President Victor Jaime. “This service is extremely important and I am very happy to see continuation of services under a new model with …

March, 2018

  • 25 March

    CETYS University’s autonomous vehicle, a response to industrial problems

    The remarkable growth of CETYS University‘s Mexicali Campus, is what inspired a group of academics from it’s School of Engineering to work on a prototype for an autonomous vehicle that moves using solar energy. The autonomous vehicle will have an electrical system with renewable energy sources and a series of …

  • 11 March

    Bill Aims To Put God Back In Arizona Classrooms

    Teachers in Arizona could soon be allowed to place the phrase “God Enriches” inside of their classrooms. According to text from SB 1289, it would enable a teacher or administrator in any school in Arizona to read or post in any school building copies or excerpts of the following materials: …

February, 2018

  • 24 February

    5th Annual Taste of the Valley Scholarship Fundraiser

    By: Diana Moreno, SDSU Assistant Director of Development & Community Affairs San Diego State University Imperial Valley (SDSU IV), will host its 5th Annual Taste of the Valley Scholarship Fundraiser on Friday, April 6, 2018, at the campus Rollie Carrillo Quad at 6:30 PM. Over 500 business, civic and community …

  • 8 February

    Students travel to France to practice a second language

    To strengthen and put into practice their French Language, a group of High School students took a field trip as part of their activities in their French program. This trip was organized by the Alianza Francesa and CETYS Highschool. The trip to Europe was taken from the 8th to 21st …

December, 2017

  • 26 December

    How do we measure English proficiency?

    We´ve all heard or read about how English has become the lingua franca for business and trade. As a result, most jobs in Mexico and other countries require some level of proficiency in the language. Many employers advertise jobs that require the applicant to have 80% of English or different …

November, 2017

  • 30 November

    Calexico Rotary Club Gives Donation to San Diego State University Calexico Campus

    As part of Calexico Rotary Club’s activities and support for the community, the club gave a donation to San Diego State University Imperial Valley Campus endowment that will go towards the benefit of the students. Receiving the $500 check was Jose Landeros, Assistant Director of Development and Community Affairs at SDSU …