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May 16, 2018
The Dreamers Resource Center (DRC) at San Bernardino Valley College has been acknowledged for its mighty contribution to the Latino community by Excelencia through Education, an organization that nationally recognizes evidence-based practices increasing Latino student success in higher education.
May 16, 2018
On Tuesday, March 27, San Bernardino Valley College hosted respected anthropologist and university professor Dr. Juli Grisby for a lecture addressing pressing matters of today's society.
May 16, 2018
SBVC broke out its best for San Bernardino's third annual Arts Fest, which returned on March 24 at San Manuel Stadium for a massive display of local artistic talent for a free day of family-friendly fun.
May 16, 2018
Bill Cooper of the Aeronautics Department recently graced the San Bernardino community with a unique perspective of the college. On New Year's Day, Bill and his wife took an aerial stroll through the valley to get photos for his Aeronautics instructor at SBVC, Dave Casillas.
May 16, 2018
A dinner held at San Bernardino Valley College recently provided great food and conversation around one of history's most important civil rights activists, Cesar Chavez, and his decades-long struggle that continues today. Chavez, co-founder of the United Farm Workers of America, was honored on campus for his role in changing the brutal working conditions that gave rise to the labor movement.
May 16, 2018
National Education Association's Read Across America Day is a nationwide celebration of reading that takes place every year on March 2. For the seventh year in a row, the San Bernardino Valley College women's soccer team held their outreach event on this day to celebrate reading and inspire young students. The team visited to Vermont Elementary School in San Bernardino and read various books in English and in Spanish to children in grades first through sixth.
April 16, 2018
On March 7, 2018, San Bernardino Valley College hosted labor leader and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta in an event titled Si Se Puede: A Dialogue with Dolores Huerta. This free event that was open to the public drew hundreds of campus and community members to the SBVC Auditorium to hear her speak about issues regarding politics, education, immigration, and women's rights
April 13, 2018
San Bernardino Valley College came alive with flips and fast tumbles of the Zuzu African Acrobats, offering an exciting off-campus getaway for 253 first through sixth graders of Urbita Elementary School. Students flocked to discover Kenyan culture, and learn more of higher education in the process.