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President Biden Signs Historic 1.2 Trillion Dollar Infrastructure Bill
President Biden Signs Historic 1.2 Trillion Dollar Infrastructure Bill
Anthony Orrico, Writer • November 30, 2021

On November 15, 2021, President Biden signed a 1.2 trillion-dollar infrastructure...

Three Men Found Guilty in the Shooting Death of Amhaud Arbery
Three Men Found Guilty in the Shooting Death of Amhaud Arbery
Anthony Orrico, Writer • November 24, 2021

The three men accused in the February 2020 shooting death of 25 year old Amhaud...

Protestors sitting outside a courthouse with cardboard signs
Kyle Rittenhouse Acquitted on All Charges
Anthony Orrico , Writer • November 21, 2021
The Wisconsin jury in the Kyle Rittenhouse case acquitted the now 18-year-old of all charges in the shooting deaths of two people during the Kenosha, Wisconsin protests.
World AIDS Day Turns 33, Spreading Awareness Remains Important
World AIDS Day Turns 33, Spreading Awareness Remains Important
Victor Ortiz, Jr., Writer/Co-Editor • December 1, 2021

Initiated as a means to spread education awareness regarding the HIV/AIDS epidemic, World AIDS Day continues to do just that. It is observed...

Our Battle With Epilepsy:  Part Two - Destiney Wendt
Our Battle With Epilepsy: Part Two - Destiney Wendt
Cynthia Carillo, Vice President/ Writer • November 23, 2021

MSJC Talon Video Content Producer/Editor Nick Pettis and Writer / Co-Editor Cynthia Carrillo met with Destiney Wendt and listened to her share...

often times society places unrealistic expectations on men to be strong and not show emotion.
Men's Mental Health
Jonah Rauch, Writer • November 19, 2021

An important topic that tends to be overlooked is men's struggles with mental health. It is not a subject that is covered or talked about very...

Christopher Douglas holding his Associates Degree
Eight Years of Persistence
November 12, 2021
Broken Window & New View
Broken Window & New View
Kayla Lewis, Co-Editor, Secretary, Poet • December 3, 2021

Broken Window Life is like a broken window. You aren’t always going to...

Unstoppable
Unstoppable
Kayla Lewis, Co-Editor, Secretary, Poet • November 9, 2021
I exist where no one can find me For without me, there is no you I am your greatest champion I am your worst fear
Service
Service
October 25, 2021
Arcane: Animation at its finest
Arcane: Animation at its finest
Jake Cruz, Writer / Video Editor / Producer • November 26, 2021

Over the last decade or so, there have been a handful of times when I convinced myself I would give League Of Legends a fair shake. Every time I would sit down behind the keyboard...

Marvels Eternals: Disregarded Potential
Marvel's Eternals: Disregarded Potential
Jake Cruz, Writer / Video Editor / Producer • November 15, 2021
Painted porcelain skulls in Mexico City.
Remembering the Dead, An Indigenous Tradition
Victor Ortiz, Jr., Co-Editor / Writer • November 1, 2021
COVID-19 virus with vaccine vial, face masks and syringes created using several image isolations. (Photos by CDC, Karolina Grabowska, Artem Podrez and Tara Winstead on Pexels.
MSJC Updates COVID-19 Protocol for Spring Semester
Victor Ortiz, Jr., Writer/Co-Editor • December 1, 2021

With caseloads slowly on the rise again in California, MSJC’s more stringent COVID-19 policy arrives just in time for the Spring 2022 semester. In...

Psychology panel talks about the stresses that we all face during Covid-19 and how to thrive
Thriving During Covid
November 24, 2021
Digital Job board photo
MSJC has a New Jobs Board
October 26, 2021
Local Neighborhood Bonds Over Feral Cats
Ashley Liermann and Jake Cruz November 3, 2021
A local neighborhood in French Valley, CA has taken action to ensure the survival of the feral cats that live within their community.
Tragedy in Hollywood: The Danger of Prop Guns
Jake Cruz , Writer and Videographer • November 1, 2021
A tragedy on a film set has taken a creative mind from the world. Halyna Hutchins, 42, lost her life due to a firearm mishap on set.
Hispanic Heritage, Always in Motion
Hispanic Heritage, Always in Motion
Victor Ortiz, Jr., Co-Editor / Writer • November 3, 2021

Hispanic Heritage month has come and gone, but its importance continues to resonate throughout Latin American communities.  Nationally,...

In The Heights, A Movie Review
Nick Pettis, President / Video Content Editor • November 3, 2021
A Reflection on Hispanic Heritage
Cynthia Carillo , Vice President / Writer • November 3, 2021
Abuela's Pasole
Abigail Rosas November 3, 2021
MSJC Men's Basketball
MSJC Women's Basketball
Abolition: Our terrifying hope for a brighter future
Abolition: Our terrifying hope for a brighter future
Jake Cruz, Writer • December 3, 2021

What do you think of when you hear the phrase “Abolition of the police force?”   Was...

often times society places unrealistic expectations on men to be strong and not show emotion.
Men's Mental Health
Jonah Rauch, Writer • November 19, 2021

An important topic that tends to be overlooked is men's struggles with mental...

No Ordinary Kid
No Ordinary Kid
Brianna Miranda, Guest Writer • November 5, 2021
World AIDS Day Turns 33, Spreading Awareness Remains Important
World AIDS Day Turns 33, Spreading Awareness Remains Important
Victor Ortiz, Jr., Writer/Co-Editor • December 1, 2021

Initiated as a means to spread education awareness regarding the HIV/AIDS epidemic, World AIDS Day continues to do just that. It is observed...

Creepy sunset haunted house
The Talon and SGA Halloween Scary Stories WINNERS
Cynthia Anderson October 31, 2021
The Talon and SGA partnered to do a scary stories contest for Spirit Week. These are the Winners! Scary Story #1 WINNER - Haunted House by Cynthia Anderson