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Steve Harvey, From Dreams to Reality

Jonah Rauch, Writer February 28, 2022

Steve Harvey was born on January 17, 1957, and first made the statement that he wanted to be on TV when he was 10 years old during an assignment where he was supposed to write down on a piece of paper...

Jaidalyn Bradley will serve as the MSJC student trustee through the spring 2021 semester. Photo provided by Jaidalyn Bradley

MSJC’s Student Trustee discusses importance of student voice

Victor Ortiz, Jr. , Writer February 23, 2022

The student voice is important for Jaidalyn Bradely and she wants to work with  Mt. San Jacinto Community College in reaching out to students. Bradley wants to hear directly from students about...

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 a special board of directors meeting held in August,...

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 each year on December 1, though efforts were initially started...

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.
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, every year between Sept. 15 and Oct. 15, Hispanics are given...

Hispanic Heritage Month Student Submissions

Hispanic Heritage Month Student Submissions

Dawn Allen (Allende) November 3, 2021

Untitled Art Inspiration of Hispanic Heritage Explained I am of Hispanic heritage and was inspired to add my own modern twist on the traditional Day of the Dead artwork. Here is my work. This...

In The Heights, A Movie Review

Nick Pettis, President / Video Content Editor November 3, 2021

Student submission #3, A Reflection on Hispanic Heritage

A Reflection on Hispanic Heritage

Cynthia Carillo , Vice President / Writer November 3, 2021

Hispanic heritage is important because we are acknowledging all sorts of things in our history and culture. Hispanic heritage can come from all over the world some places being Mexico, Guatemala, and Spain....

Abuela’s Pasole

Abigail Rosas November 3, 2021

I would love to share that my abuelas' famous pozole is the best I’ve ever had! Pozole is a soup or a stew that is traditional to Mexico.  I have always cherished the times she makes since I...

Collage of Hispanic Figures

Madison Williams November 3, 2021

  "The Latina in me is an ember that blazes forever" -Sonia Sotomayor Student submission #5, Abuela's Pasole

Remembering the Dead, An Indigenous Tradition

Victor Ortiz, Jr., Co-Editor / Writer November 1, 2021

Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead is a holiday celebrated by many Latin American countries and should not be confused with Halloween.  Occurring every year between Nov. 1 and 2, the holiday is...

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