10 Helpful Study Tips for Students during the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Nick Pettis and Mahak Tiwari November 13, 2020 1:23 p.m. MENIFEE, Calif. – Life during COVID-19 is stressful enough, especially for online college students. Students should not have to be worried during these already stressful times. Mahak Tiwari and Nick Pettis are here to share some study tips for student success. Credits Directed byContinue reading “10 Helpful Study Tips for Students during the COVID-19 Pandemic”

MSJC Talon: Let’s Talk Politics 2020

Fake news, social media, the Presidential campaign, and the COVID-19 pandemic. 2020 has been an exhausting year to say the least and new information on politics continues to pour out of the media. With this amount of news, how do you find the true story? Who can you trust to tell it? Join Talon memberContinue reading “MSJC Talon: Let’s Talk Politics 2020”

Our Disabilities will not Define Us: a Miniseries by Nick Pettis

Students and teachers alike at MSJC have adapted to drastic life changes in order to continue their education for the Fall semester of 2020. This week we focus on mental health and autism in the realm of online learning with Talon reporter Nick Pettis. Join Nick as he interviews four MSJC members about their learningContinue reading “Our Disabilities will not Define Us: a Miniseries by Nick Pettis”

Tips on Finding Inner Peace in Uncertain Times

By Allison Arnzen September 17, 2020 TEMECULA, CA Suggestions to help recenter and focus, easing the stressors of COVID-19 and the online transition to the new semester. Throughout 2020, a global pandemic has created unprecedented times in the lives of individuals throughout the world. To help ease the impact of COVID-19, finding activities to createContinue reading “Tips on Finding Inner Peace in Uncertain Times”

The musical that took the country by storm is now on Disney+

By Alyse Kiara Deatherage With the release of the Broadway sensation Hamilton on Disney+ on July 3, audiences of every age and background are finally starting to understand why this musical had audiences raving for its entire production with the original cast. This musical was written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, who has taken the Broadway worldContinue reading “The musical that took the country by storm is now on Disney+”

Speculating on the Palm Springs new AHL team name

By Marc-Anthony Rosas Note: This is a sports opinion piece and is speculation. As the days get closer and closer to the 2021-22 season in the American Hockey League (AHL), the Palm Springs franchise has yet to select a name to represent the deserts new hockey team.   2. Since the announcement of NHL and AHLContinue reading “Speculating on the Palm Springs new AHL team name”

What you may not know about Roe v. Wade

By Alyse Kiara Deatherage  Roe v. Wade is a historic case in America because it was the case that convinced the Supreme Court abortion should be the decision of the woman thanks to the traumatic story of Jane Roe, also known as Norma McCorvey. However, Hulu recently released the FX documentary AKA Jane Roe where McCorvey talks about what exactlyContinue reading “What you may not know about Roe v. Wade”

Skating to stay positive and healthy in the midst of a pandemic

By Alyse Kiara Deatherage   When my second oldest sister and I were young, we each owned a pair of skates. Mine were a pair of blue Cinderella skates and my sister’s were black with purple roller blades. We often skated around our neighborhood and we enjoyed learning together.   A few Christmases ago, when I wasContinue reading “Skating to stay positive and healthy in the midst of a pandemic”

7 Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage month movies for your watch-list

By Zaina Azim  May was Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage month. Let’s highlight films with Asian and Pacific American actors and story lines to celebrate the occasion.  The Joy Luck Club, a 1993 film based on a novel of the same name, follows the stories of four pairs of Asian American mothers and daughters who navigate theirContinue reading “7 Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage month movies for your watch-list”

MSJC students demonstrate their talents in Flight 2020

By Miguel Sarasa  I will be honest; I am not much of an art enthusiast. The extent of my art experience has been scrolling through social media. Recently, I had the opportunity to check out the Mt. San Jacinto College Anthology titled Flight 2020 and speak to some of the writers and artists who participated. The collection consisted of poetry, prose,Continue reading “MSJC students demonstrate their talents in Flight 2020”