The TRiO program would enroll a minimum of 4,000 students over five years. By Jack Kelly, Staff Writer Director of TRiO Student Support Services Julia Mendoza announced at the Grants Committee meeting on Feb. 17 that Valley College applied for the Educational Opportunity Center grant available through the Department of Education’s Federal TRiO Programs. If selected, Valley would design an admission and counseling program to support qualified adults looking to enter or continu
Dr. Denise Noldon holds down the fort and prepares Valley College for its next caretaker. By Solomon Smith, Managing Editor Vice President of Administrative Services, Mike Lee, gave up the president’s chair Monday to the new interim president Dr. Denise Noldon, an experienced executive who has previously been in this position. After retiring in July 2018, Noldon was probably expecting to enjoy her free time by indulging in some her favorite activities, traveling and reading.
By Jessica Ava Lange, Online Editor Jennifer and Larry Levine establish endowment out of respect for late Valley College journalism professor. Former Valley College student Larry Levine returned to campus to honor his late instructor with a $20,000 endowment that will benefit journalism students. Levine took one class from his mentor Kenneth S. Devol at Valley, but met the former instructor in eighth grade. Levine said Devol, who died in 1997, changed his life with one journa