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United Auto Workers Go on Strike

Jared Solorio, Writer September 25, 2023

On Thursday, Sept.14, the United Auto Workers (UAW) President, Shawn Fain, announced a historic strike at targeted facilities of the Big Three automakers—Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis—with nearly...

History of Mother’s Day: A Holiday of Love and Regret

History of Mother’s Day: A Holiday of Love and Regret

Susan Shalikar, Writer May 12, 2023

This Mother’s Day will be the 109th year of being an official holiday in the United States. This holiday is for celebrating your mother (even though you should be doing that all the time). However, did...

Taken by Gianluca Canseco. Flamingoes in a new habitat in the San Diego Zoo.

The Avian Flu Outbreak

Gianluca Canseco, Writer, Photographer May 11, 2023

On Saturday, April 15, I went on a field trip to the San Diego Zoo for an Anthropology project that is worth 30% of my grade. Although it was a requirement for me to be here, I was more than excited to...

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Tucker Carlson and Don Lemon: Fired On The Same Day

Derrick Spearman, Writer May 2, 2023

On the Monday after the NFL regular season has concluded, some coaches and general managers are given the pink slip. That event is referred to as “Black Monday.” On Monday, April 24th, 2023, it was...

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Dangerous Amounts of Snow in San Bernardino Mountains Affecting Crestline Residents

Olivia Voelkel, President, Editor in Chief March 9, 2023

  The winter storms that have passed through much of Southern California have largely affected San Bernardino County, particularly the mountain area of Crestline. Located in the San Bernardino...

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Train Derailment in East Palestine, Ohio Creates Toxic Mess

Derrick Spearman, Writer February 18, 2023

It looks like a mini Chernobyl in the small town of East Palestine, Ohio. On February 3rd, a train operated by Norfolk Southern Railway carrying hazardous chemicals derailed in East Palestine. The crash...

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HarperCollins Employees Gather to Strike Against Company’s Unfair Wages

Susan Shalikar, Writer February 10, 2023

On the cold streets of New York, more than 250 HarperCollins employees are on strike. Together, they are fighting for fair wages, better union protection, and diversity measures. The negotiation...

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San Jacinto Neighborhood Forced To Evacuate Due To Pool Chemical Leakage

Derrick Spearman, Writer November 4, 2022

At around 8 am on Saturday October 29th, residents in a San Jacinto neighborhood were awakened by a helicopter telling people in the area that there was a hazmat situation in the area. The situation was...

Riverside County Firefighter carries a hose to fight the Fairview fire in Hemet

Smoke in the sky as the Fairview Fire continues to grow

Derrick Spearman, Writer September 8, 2022

As if the excessive heat warning that has been in effect for the last couple of days weren’t bad enough, now a wildfire has broken out at Fairview Avenue in Hemet, California. The fire started on September...

Reina Acosta and Daniel Tovilla first day fall 2022

Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) Kicks Off Fall 2022 with In-Person and Online Classes

The Talon Team August 16, 2022

Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) kicked off its Fall 2022 semester on Monday, offering classes and services to students both in person and online. MSJC is offering a robust amount of face-to-face,...

The Great Temecula Toast

The Great Temecula Toast

Lily Diephouse, Writer May 9, 2022

This week on April 26, 2022, our very own Temecula Valley held an official attempt to beat a world record. What record you might ask? Well, none other than the record for the longest toast relay. Seems...

Multiple Business Chains Retreat From Russia As War Intensifies

Multiple Business Chains Retreat From Russia As War Intensifies

Jonah Rauch, Writer April 7, 2022

What seemed like just another Twitter tirade at first glance, was actually part of a mass exodus of companies retreating from Russia due to the attack on Ukraine. The multi-million dollar corporation,...

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