Hello Eagles! We’re bringing you our first video interview with Talon member Eddie Landeros and fellow MSJC student James Crawford. Join us as they talk about being a student at MSJC, life during the pandemic, politics, rationality, and what the future holds for our young generations!
Suggestions to help recenter and focus, easing the stressors of COVID-19 and the online transition to the new semester.
Mt. San Jacinto College has unveiled a new degree in Social Justice (Associates Degree for Transfer). Beginning this fall, students can formally declare for this major. Read more to see how this degree will impact our future.
California and many other colleges around the state see victory after countless lawsuits lead to the Trump Administration rescinding its rule against international students.
As they count down the days, fans in the Inland Empire have been filling their spare time with speculations on the newest Palm Springs AHL team name and mascot for the upcoming season.
With the release of the Broadway sensation Hamilton on Disney+ on July 3, audiences of every age and background are finally starting to understand why this musical had audiences raving for its entire production with the original cast.
MSJC clubs, programs, and staff members support and encourage their students through clubs and programs that bring about new communities on campus.
Jane Roe, also known as Norma McCorvey, has passed away, and with her passing comes the release of the documentary “AKA Jane Roe” on Hulu where McCorvey reveals her deepest secrets behind the historical Roe v. Wade case.
Professor Bahareh Alaei sheds some light on how MSJC transitioned their classes and campus life to an online format.