Fashion for a Feast: Talon member Allison Arnzen explores creative writing with her personal website

By Edward Landeros and Allison Arnzen | November 21, 2020 1:00 p.m. TEMECULA, Calif. – Talon member Allison Arnzen expresses fashion, positivity and mental health on her website allisonarnzen.com. Her latest article, “Fashion for a Feast,” Arnzen reflects on her fashion styles from previous Thanksgiving events and what she is thankful for in life. ArnzenContinue reading “Fashion for a Feast: Talon member Allison Arnzen explores creative writing with her personal website”

Veteran Flashback: President Obama in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

By Edward Landeros | Nov. 21, 2020 1:00 p.m. A glimpse at a day in the life of a United States military member during his tour in Saudi Arabia. RIYADH, Saudi Arabia – Veteran’s Day has approached us after an eventful year with the Presidential Election and a global pandemic. On this day, I amContinue reading “Veteran Flashback: President Obama in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia”

Beyond the Cover: ASC and the Disability Awareness Month celebration

By Nick Pettis and Allison Arnzen | November 18, 2020 10:00 a.m. MENIFEE, Calif. – On October 29, 2020, The Accommodation Service Center celebrated Disability Awareness Month with Beyond the Cover: Living Books, a virtual event with four MSJC students with disabilities sharing their journeys in life hosted by ASC Counselor Lisa Yates. Living BooksContinue reading “Beyond the Cover: ASC and the Disability Awareness Month celebration”

COVID-19: Through the eyes of a doctor

By Nick Pettis | November 18, 2020 8:55 a.m. Menifee, Calif. – COVID-19 is the virus that has ruined much of 2020. COVID-19 is the virus that that made it nearly impossible to get food or toilet paper for your families at times. This is the virus that ruined many graduations. This is the virusContinue reading “COVID-19: Through the eyes of a doctor”

The Nightmare is Just Beginning

By Nick Pettis November 13, 2020 1:25 p.m. Menifee, Calif. – Halloween is the perfect time to watch a scary movie like “IT,” “The Shining,” and even more of those horror films, but what if there was a film that captured more than one holiday? Well I can tell you that there is. The movieContinue reading “The Nightmare is Just Beginning”

Reimagining America: The Latinx Experience with Fabiola Torres

By Cindy Lopez-Ordonez November 6, 2020, 12:48 p.m. SAN JACINTO, Calif. – On Sept. 21, the Re-Imagining America event took place on the online platform, Zoom, in honor of Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month. The speaker, Fabiola Torres, discussed the HEART framework, “othering,” and the importance of an Ethnic Studies program. The speaker was Fabiola Torres whoContinue reading “Reimagining America: The Latinx Experience with Fabiola Torres”

“Mindset”

By DeAnthony Barney November 6, 2020, 12:45 p.m. CHANGING MYMINDSET, CHANGED MEI WAS HURT ALONG MYJOURNEYBELIEVING THE WORDSTHAT OTHERS SAYI WAS NOT MENTALLYSTRONGTHEIR WORDS HURT MEBECAUSE I BELIEVEDTHEMNOT EVERYONE WASON MY TEAMHAVING TO REMINDMYSELFI AM STRONG ENOUGHHARD WORK DOES PAYOFFMY GOALS WILL NOT BESWAYED BY OTHER’SOPINIONSI DESERVE A GOOD LIFEMY FOUNDATION ISSTRONGMY MIND IS STRONGIContinue reading ““Mindset””

With a vote, citizens can help shape the future of the nation and community

By Jesus Alcala Avalos  This year’s general election will occur on November 3rd. Voters will be able to decide who they support on a wide variety of candidates and issues. Most Californians should have received their mail-in ballots or they will be able to vote in-person at their local polling place. Citizens in California’s Riverside County will be ableContinue reading “With a vote, citizens can help shape the future of the nation and community”

MSJC Board of Trustees 2020: Meet the Candidates

This year, students, staff, and members of the local community have the opportunity to vote for members of the Mt. San Jacinto College Board of Trustees. The Talon reached out to every candidate running and collected coverage on the Board of Trustees forum hosted by the Political Science Club, video interviews with three of theContinue reading “MSJC Board of Trustees 2020: Meet the Candidates”

MSJC begins Undocumented Student Action Week

By Edward Landeros October 19, 2020 12:55 p.m. SAN JACINTO, Calif. — Mt. San Jacinto College, along with California Community Colleges across the state, recognize the week of Oct. 19, 2020 as this year’s Undocumented Student Action Week. According to the Community College League of California, the USAW is a “system-wide campaign to advocate andContinue reading “MSJC begins Undocumented Student Action Week”