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”

In Control: Cynthia Carrillo’s journey with epilepsy

By Cynthia Carrillo | Feb. 27, 2021 2:00 p.m. Cynthia Carrillo, MSJC student and Child Development major, shares her transformative experience living with epilepsy. Hello! My name is Cynthia and I have been battling epilepsy for 10 years now. There are many ups and downs I have faced with being epileptic, but each situation hasContinue reading “In Control: Cynthia Carrillo’s journey with epilepsy”

Talon Talks Episode 4: Diversity, Equity, Different Abilities, and Warriors

By MSJC’s The Talon| Feb. 26, 2021 12:50 p.m. MSJC Talon met and talked about diversity, equity, hatred against Asian and African Americans, and disabilities. Directed by: MSJC’s The Talon Produced by: MSJC’s The Talon Edited by: Nick Pettis Recorded on: Zoom Music Provided by: XTaKeRuX’s Destructing Own Kingdom You can find this song andContinue reading “Talon Talks Episode 4: Diversity, Equity, Different Abilities, and Warriors”

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”

Art classes transition online

By Jesus Alcala Avalos | Feb. 5, 2021 In the Spring of 2020, Mt. San Jacinto College closed its campuses due to the coronavirus pandemic. Classes that were normally in-person transitioned to online-only. During the time that the campus was closed, Professor Chet Glaze was teaching Art Appreciation, Painting, Ceramics, and Sculpture. Art Appreciation wasContinue reading “Art classes transition online”

2020 Secret Santa Train Wreck

By MSJC’s The Talon | Dec. 26, 2020 7:15 p.m. Menifee, Calif. – A simple Secret Santa goes horribly wrong. Presents went to one person and some people ended up without one. 2020 was definitely the cause. We met up at 3 p.m. to exchange gifts and things went downhill. Once the exchange was over,Continue reading “2020 Secret Santa Train Wreck”

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”

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”

Club Spotlight: Poli Sci

CLUB PROMO 🗣 🦅 Talon Co-Editor Mahak Tiwari interviews Austin Ortiz, President of the MSJC Political Science Club, to see what Poli Sci is all about. Poli Sci meets every Tuesday at 3pm via Zoom. If you are interested in joining, please email mvcpolisci@gmail.com for more information. The Poli Sci Club is currently hosting theContinue reading “Club Spotlight: Poli Sci”