We Are Not Missing a Piece

By Nick Pettis | Apr. 28, 2021 11:36 a.m. The month of April is Autism Awareness month. However, even though you have heard of the term you may wonder, what is Autism? The CDC defines autism as, “a developmental disability  that can cause significant social, communication and behavioral challenges.” (What is Autism Spectrum Disorder? |Continue reading “We Are Not Missing a Piece”

Beat The Culture Podcast Interview

By Cynthia Carrillo | Apr. 28, 2021 11:00 a.m. College students all go through struggles. Halfway through the semester many may start to burnout. Students can tend to feel like we are not motivated anymore; yes, I have been there myself. Although we tend to think we can make it by ourselves, but we can’t.Continue reading “Beat The Culture Podcast Interview”

American Rescue Plan

By Justin Issleib | Apr. 16, 2021 2:45 p.m. The $1.9 trillion dollar coronavirus relief package, named the American Rescue Plan was signed into law by President Joe Biden and is his first legislation as President of the United States.  It has been titled the “American Rescue Plan.”  Now that this package has been signed intoContinue reading “American Rescue Plan”

MSJC Talon Talks Episode 5: Game Night for Mental Health Awareness

By MSJC’s The Talon| Mar. 13, 2021 3:00 p.m. The COVID-19 pandemic has made it difficult for people to keep calm during the world being turned upside down. So, what does MSJC’s Talon do? We got together with Gaming Club and Film Appreciation Club to have a game night playing JackBox Party Pack, making connections,Continue reading “MSJC Talon Talks Episode 5: Game Night for Mental Health Awareness”

To Live is To Die: The Art of Ichinen with Victoria Caballero and Nick Clifton

By Eddie Landeros | March 6, 2021 1:00 p.m. Paintings, drawings, music, calligraphy, food… Ichinen has a love for it all. Ichinen is an art group with several members on a mission to create a piece of art every day for a year only to be erased from existence after the 365th day. Part I:Continue reading “To Live is To Die: The Art of Ichinen with Victoria Caballero and Nick Clifton”

MSJC Black Influences: Important figures in our students’ lives

By The Talon and MSJC | Feb. 28, 2021 1:30 p.m. Mt. San Jacinto, Calif.–– With February coming to an end, The Talon honors Black lives that have influenced others regardless of their skin color, nationality, gender or sexual orientation. We asked students to submit Black influences throughout their lives and share with us theContinue reading “MSJC Black Influences: Important figures in our students’ lives”

Yo Soy: a Latinx series by Seydel and Cindy

By Seydel Perez, Cindy Lopez-Ordonez | February 10, 11:30 a.m. Talon Co-Editor Seydel Perez and Editor-in-Chief Cindy Lopez-Ordonez bring you “Yo Soy,” a series of Hispanic/Latinx stories from MSJC students which discuss heritage, culture, and perception. We hope these interviews help others understand the different ways Latinx members consider their backgrounds and how their rootsContinue reading “Yo Soy: a Latinx series by Seydel and Cindy”

COVID-19 Vaccines are here. Who can get them?

By Edward Landeros | Jan. 16, 2020 12:48 p.m. SAN JACINTO, Calif. – Riverside County continues its rollout of COVID-19 vaccines this weekend at multiple locations and expands its list of eligible recipients. Vaccine Planning and Distribution On Jan. 7, Riverside County began its Type III All-Hazard Incident Management Team (IMT) in order to distributeContinue reading “COVID-19 Vaccines are here. Who can get them?”

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”

Local Non-profit Spotlight: Operation Empty Cages

Providing or subsidizing spay and neuter surgeries, helping prevent millions of unwanted pets in our shelter systems and reducing shelter euthanasia. By Allison Arnzen Saturday, October 17, 2020 4:35 p.m. RIVERSIDE COUNTY, Calif. — As a nonprofit, Operation Empty Cages provides wellness, resources, and education to people and pets within the local community. Their visionContinue reading “Local Non-profit Spotlight: Operation Empty Cages”