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The Talon and SGA Halloween Scary Stories WINNERS

Cynthia Anderson October 31, 2021
The Talon and SGA partnered to do a scary stories contest for Spirit Week. These are the Winners! Scary Story #1 WINNER - Haunted House by Cynthia Anderson

Spooky Story #2 – The Man From Within

Stephanie Burnach, Contest Winner October 31, 2021

This happened three years ago on our anniversary. My wife and I were celebrating 12 years of marriage. We both decided to take the day off from work and go for a drive to the beach. It was a bit of a drive,...

Spooky Story #3 – Marty

Mandy Stoican, Contest Winner October 31, 2021

WRITER’S NOTE: Some people don’t believe in ghosts. They often believe that ghosts aren’t real. But I can tell you from personal experience that they do exist. This is a true story of a man my family...

Spooky Story #4 – Dead Man’s Tree

Selene Hofstetter, Contest Winner October 31, 2021

Dead Man's Tree Dead Man’s Tree they used to call it. Long and wiry, it stood innocently amongst the naked trees.   At first glance, it was a normal, ordinary tree. Except, secrets...

Spooky Story #5 – The Horror Within

Alexis Calain, Contest Winner October 31, 2021

This scary story starts a little different than most. Instead of looking around the outside world for what ghost or goblin is near, you will all look inside yourselves to see what true darkness is lurking....

MSJC Talon, in collaboration with SGA, present the winners of the Scary Story contest in this spooky season episode of Talon Talks.

Talon Talks Season 2 Episode #4: “Welcome, Foolish Viewers to Talon Talks Scary Story Contest”

The Talon Team October 30, 2021

  Credits: Produced by: Nick Pettis and MSJC Talon Directed by: Nick Pettis and MSJC Talon Edited by: Nick Pettis Music provided by: Haunted Corpse's Haunted House You can find this...

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Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Video Game: A Champion of Accessibility

Jake Cruz, Writer / Video Editor / Producer October 29, 2021

Since its initial launch in September of 2013, Grand Theft Auto V has sold 150 million copies. As of August 2021, the Nintendo Switch has sold 89 million devices. Within a year of its launch Animal...

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Local Neighborhood Bonds Over Feral Cats

Ashley Liermann, Guest Writer October 28, 2021

A local neighborhood in French Valley, CA has taken action to ensure the survival of the feral cats that live within their community. The first sighting of a family of feral cats appeared in 2020...

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Tragedy in Hollywood: The Danger of “Prop” guns

Jake Cruz, Writer / Video Editor / Producer October 27, 2021

On October 21, 2021, the film industry suffered the loss of a prolific creative mind, Halyna Hutchins, age 42. Hutchins was the visionary mind behind the camera on a diverse and expansive number of...

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MSJC has a New Jobs Board

The Talon Team October 26, 2021

MSJC Jobspeakers Platform helps to engage and manage students in Job Search and Career Development. Jobspeaker is empowering today’s on-the-go job seekers with a mobile app that helps them stay in control...

King Mswati III King Mswati III has accepted the need for national dialogue

Eswatini: A Nation Ready for the Future

Jake Cruz October 26, 2021
“For The past six weeks, pro-democratic protestors in Eswatini have periodically taken to the streets to express their displeasure with King Mswati III and to call for political reforms,” reports NPR’s Tandai Marima. Protests began sparking across the country after the death of a 25-year-old law student in May, allegedly at the hands of Eswatini’s police.
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Thank You For Your Service

Kayla Lewis, Co-Editor, Secretary, Poet October 25, 2021
The extreme variations in the treatment of veterans over the years had me wondering about the perspective of the veterans themselves on their own service, and what they would say to others considering making a return to civilian life, so I asked them.
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