Moving out at a young age is good for anyone who has matured and is ready to live their life on their own independently. From a mother’s point of view, moving out is not easy at all. Just because you hit the age 18 does not mean you are ready to do everything on your...
Hey Lady, Tell Me What You Know
Here is your chance to write in and ask me for advice. Victor Valley College’s (VVC’s) very own Dear Abby, oops, did I just date myself? (The Dear Abby advice column was started in 1956 by Pauline Phillips and continues to this day by her daughter Jeanne Phillips)
The Freedom of On-Campus Living vs. Returning Home During the Pandemic
Once we graduate from high school, we are sent forth to spread our wings into the real world. This includes transitioning to life on our own.
How Students and Teachers Can Use Their Time Wisely to Promote Their Wellbeing
Pictured: Miranda Hoffman, Platt’s College student Most people who make time out of their days to do activities they enjoy have a much happier approach on life. During the coronavirus pandemic, it has been important for people to find time to do activities that promote physical and mental wellbeing. College students and teachers want to...
How Busy VVC College Students Balance Life and School Work
Are you a new college student wondering how you will be able to manage work, school, family and friends? Or have you been in the college game for a while and you are adding more onto your plate?
Community Celebrates High School Graduation for Hard-Working Homebound Student
On May 22,2020, a local community in Apple Valley came together to celebrate a high school graduate who spent his K-12 years in his house. His teachers came to him because of his disability. He’s not able to walk and is on oxygen. The Apple Valley community came to celebrate this young graduate who has...
Endearing or Distracting? Class Professors Turned Babysitters
It’s no question that being a parent requires hard work and dedication, but adding academic studies to the ‘things-to-do list’ is pretty impressive.