By Lillian Goodwin The beginning of the Spring 2020 semester this year was standard procedure; Classes, clubs, and extracurricular activities met on time, in person, and everything was more or less as it had always been. There were distant concerns over the discovery of a new human-affecting variant of a bat virus in Asia, butContinue reading “Behind the scenes of MSJC’s digital transformation”
Queen By Anthony Smart The sun is alone, but yet It continues to burn. My heart is in pain, yet, It continues to yearn. Your natural hair is beautiful As is, no need for a perm. You’ve given a whole lot Of love, so now it’s your turn.
By Antonio Yanez Redemption What does redemption mean? If you look for it through the internet. It will say something like this “the action of saving or being saved from sin, error, or evil.” Is this how you feel? If you would ask me It is reborn, starting a new life Why? Oddly enough thisContinue reading “Redemption”
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”
The ‘Q’ Word By Amanda Armas Each person must wear a mask upon their faces Keep social distance. No large gatherings with loved ones or family Alone together. No parks, no movies, almost to my breaking point. We are quarantined.
By Jesus Alcala Avalos Governor Gavin Newsom signed the stay-at-home order in response to COVID-19 on March 19. In response, Mt. San Jacinto College has closed its campuses to instruction. The order meant less work for some people, but not for Mt. San Jacinto College Superintendent and President Roger Schultz. “I wish I had timeContinue reading “President Schultz stays busy with work during the COVID-19 pandemic”