By: Sheila Kun RN, BA, BSN, MS Dizziness for me is a recurrent symptom; whenever I have stomach virus, my predominant symptom is dizziness. I usually get over it within 24 hours. However, dizziness is a sign of many conditions. They could be mild in my case, but it could also mean serious signal of health issues. Hence I resorted to the Mayo Clinic Educational … Continue reading Dizziness – When Should You Be Concerned?
By: Karen KrynenDirector of Communications – Don Bosco Technical Institute Interest and involvement in his community has led to a unique opportunity for Tech senior Christian Figueroa (CSEE ‘23). The senio class co-president and honor student is cohosting a bi-weekly program on KGEM-TV, the City of Monrovia’s community cable station that broadcasts City Council meetings. A frequent in-person attendee at the meetings, Christian was approached … Continue reading Tech Senior Co-Hosts Local TV Show
By Bro. Damien Ho, SDB Stumbling upon what seems to be myriads of people waiting in line to go through security and check-in before Holy Mass with the Rector Major and the general audience with Pope Francis, my gaze for the whole weekend both intentionally and unintentionally, fixated towards our coadjutor brothers who were there to witness the Canonization. The commotion and energy that fed … Continue reading Canonization of Bro. Zatti: Surrounded by Joyful, Holy Witnesses
Dear Salesian Family and Salesian Young People: The Rector Major, Fr. Angel Fernandez Artime, the 10th Successor of Don Bosco, is officially coming to visit us here in California from November 15-20. I say officially because, for those of you who may not know, we have been preparing for his visit for close to a year now but it took some working behind the scenes … Continue reading Provincial Letter: November 4, 2022