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November, 2022

  • 22 November

    Behind an Accent

    By: Ellie Burgueño Everyone understands what an accent is, particularly if you come from the north or the south. In Mexico, we are even able to distinguish when a person speaks where they come from, through their accent. Some will say: “He’s a Chilango'” when a person comes from Mexico …

  • 15 November

    CETis No. 75 “Leona Vicario” Celebrates 41 Years of Quality Education

    -Editorial Celebrating more than four decades as one of the most important educational institutions in Mexicali and its history, CETis 75 is a source of pride since people have graduated that are making a difference in the city. Last Tuesday, November 8 of this year, the XLI Anniversary Ceremony of …

  • 7 November

    CETYS INAUGURATES THE ONLY RESEARCH CENTER ON WINE IN MEXICO

    -Editorial With a special ceremony, the Center for Wine Studies of CETYS University (CEVIT) was inaugurated and the coordinated commitment of the government, business sector, and academia to one of the most important productive vocations in the state of Baja California, viticulture, was reaffirmed. The building that houses the CEVIT …

  • 1 November

    HYPER-DOLLARIZATION: THESE FACTORS HAVE HELPED THE MEXICAN PESO TO RESIST AGAINST THE FOREIGN CURRENCY

    -Editorial Dollarization is a strategy supported by several countries at different times in their history, particularly those that are developing, which occurs when a country officially adopts the United States currency, the dollar, as its legal tender.  Another way to dollarize an economy occurs when informally, faced with the loss …

October, 2022

  • 25 October

    Measure B Will Take IVC to The Next Level

    -Editorial Imperial Valley College has provided opportunities for a better future to our students giving them a high-quality education curriculum that opens doors to better chances for everyone.  IVC has taken a great leap by modernizing its campus so that students get access to services and educational opportunities but they …

  • 21 October

    Imperial Valley College has renewed its seven-year-old agreement with the University of Arizona-Yuma campus

    -Editorial Imperial Valley College has renewed its seven-year-old articulation agreement with the University of Arizona-Yuma campus that allows college students transfer options to earn a bachelor’s degree and still remain relatively close to home. The university is offering regional educational pathways in Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture, and Mathematics (STEAM) focused …

  • 21 October

    Imperial County and ICOE Celebrate Completion of Urban Greening Project

    -Editorial On Monday, October 17, the Imperial County Air Pollution Control District (APCD) and Imperial County Office of Education (ICOE) held a joint ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the ICOE West Urban Greening Project located at the ICOE Administrative Conference Center. “I’m very proud of the work that …

  • 12 October

    SDSU Selects Sundt to Build New Brawley STEM Facility

    -Editorial San Diego State University has selected Sundt as the general contractor to build the new Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) facility on the SDSU Imperial Valley Brawley campus. This selection comes on the heels of an $80 million investment by the State of California to develop the roughly …

  • 10 October

    ICOE Foundation for Education Celebrates Students, the Arts, and Education

    -Editorial The unannounced dust storm and rain that fell upon the Imperial Valley on Oct. 6 did not stop members of the community to gather and have a good time, and also supporting students to get scholarships as they pursue higher education.   The Foundation for Education, an auxiliary organization …

September, 2022

  • 20 September

    Imperial Valley College to Host Career Fair for Students

    -Editorial Imperial Valley College expects to host several thousand high school students, their parents, IVC students, and other interested community members for the first Career Fair and College and University Day since 2019 when COVID impacted all campus events. The 2022 event will be held in the DePaoli Sports Complex …

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