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MSJCs Title IX Office Helps Students

MSJC’s Title IX Office Helps Students

Lily Diephouse, Writer/Secretary December 5, 2022

Did you know that in June of 1972, President Richard M. Nixon signed an omnibus education bill that would help women for many years to come? The Higher Education Act of 1965 was signed into law, and there...

MSJC Dance Department Presents Sinew

MSJC Dance Department Presents ‘Sinew’

MSJC Dance Department November 1, 2022
The Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) Dance Department proudly presents ‘Sinew,’ an evening of dance and discussion that highlights the experiences of faculty member Julenda (Julie) Satow Freeman’s Native American grandmothers and the ongoing impacts of colonization. 
Erik Escovedo, Decolonizing Place and Time

Erik Escovedo, Decolonizing Place and Time

MSJC Art Department November 1, 2022
Mt. San Jacinto College Art Gallery is pleased to present Erik Escovedo, Decolonizing Place and Time. This is a special solo exhibition that kicks off our Native American Heritage Month at MSJC.
Photo by Kindel Media from Pexels

MSJC Launches Cannabis Industry Education Programs

Melissa Luna, Writer / Editor September 14, 2022

Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) is offering cannabis industry certificate programs as of July 19. The certificates include Advanced Manufacturing Agent, Advanced Dispensary Associate, and Advanced Cultivation...

Commemorating Stage-Hands and Stage-Managers

Commemorating Stage-Hands and Stage-Managers

Ava Sarnowski, Writer May 12, 2022

The role of the stage manager is an umbrella title with a rotating list of responsibilities that depend on the needs of a show. Their responsibilities include the safety of everyone in the production,...

My Diagnosis With An Invisible Disease Called, “POTS”

My Diagnosis With An Invisible Disease Called, “POTS”

Ashley Liermann, Writer May 5, 2022

https://linktr.ee/ashley_liermann   Spread the word for awareness, support, and learn more at the main foundations: https://www.dysautonomiainternational.org/   https://www.standinguptopots.org/ Invisible...

Mental Health and Well-Being Webinar

Mental Health and Well-Being Webinar

Ashley Liermann , Writer May 3, 2022

https://linktr.ee/ashley_liermann   On Tuesday, April 19 2022 – MSJC’s First Year Experience (FYE) Program hosted a live zoom webinar regarding mental health and well-being. The meeting...

St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day

Ashley Liermann, Writer March 17, 2022

    March – It’s that month again where you see the colors of green everywhere. Green delights of food like corned beef and cabbage, balloons, clovers for good luck and leprechauns. All...

Community College Service Plan

Lily Diephouse, Writer March 2, 2022

  On Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a new program that will pay for up to $10,000 of student's tuition at over 45 different California universities when the...

Christopher Douglas holding his Associates Degree

Eight Years of Persistence

Ashley Liermann, Writer November 12, 2021

Former MSJC student, Christopher Douglas, did not plan on taking eight years to obtain his associate degree. Generally, it takes two years to complete and obtain an associates degree as a full-time student,...

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...

Fight For Your Right To Vote

Fight For Your Right To Vote

April 23, 2021

Women have fought for many causes during history. They've fought for civil rights, abolition, and much more. Women did not receive their right to vote until the early 1900's. Nick Pettis and Cynthia...

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