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hand made wheel of fortune game wheel

Choosing the right…..word

Jonah Rauch, Writer December 29, 2021

Patrick Leonard Sajak has been the host of the game show “Wheel of Fortune” since 1981. In 2019 he ended up in the Guinness Book of World Records, holding a record for the longest game show host of...

a man getting a booster shot for the Covid 19 vaccine

Covid-19 booster shots provide extra protection from Covid-19 variants

Jonah Rauch, Writer December 21, 2021

Around this time last year, the number of confirmed Covid-19 cases as well as the number of people testing positive for Covid-19 were the worst it had ever been in the pandemic. As we head into the holiday...

Kwanzaa Celebration:  What exactly is Kwanzaa and what does it mean?

Kwanzaa Celebration: What exactly is Kwanzaa and what does it mean?

Ashley Liermann, Writer December 6, 2021

]MSJC’s KWANZAA Invite Flyer – Screenshot by: Ashley Liermann   MSJC’s C-BLACC and Ujima hosted a live Kwanzaa Celebration via Zoom on December 2, 2021. The event lasted from 6 pm to 7:30...

Talon Talks Season 2 Episode 7: Youre Not Alone (Mental Health Episode)

Talon Talks Season 2 Episode 7: You’re Not Alone (Mental Health Episode)

Nick Pettis, President/ Video Content Editor December 5, 2021

Talon members Jonah Rauch, Kayla Lewis, Cynthia Carrillo, Castin Chamberlain, and Anthony Orrico and advisor Dr. Michele Weber all got together to discuss mental health in this episode of Talon Talks. National...

Broken Window & New View

Broken Window & New View

Kayla Lewis, Co-Editor, Secretary, Poet December 3, 2021

Broken Window Life is like a broken window. You aren’t always going to be the one who broke it And you won’t always be able to fix it by yourself… But it can always be fixed, or replaced.   You...

Abolition: Our terrifying hope for a brighter future

Abolition: Our terrifying hope for a brighter future

Jake Cruz, Writer December 3, 2021

What do you think of when you hear the phrase “Abolition of the police force?”   Was it something along the lines of a nation ruled by anarchy? Burning flags?   Sure the idea...

COVID-19 virus with vaccine vial, face masks and syringes created using several image isolations. (Photos by CDC, Karolina Grabowska, Artem Podrez and Tara Winstead on Pexels.

MSJC Updates COVID-19 Protocol for Spring Semester

Victor Ortiz, Jr., Writer/Co-Editor December 1, 2021

With caseloads slowly on the rise again in California, MSJC’s more stringent COVID-19 policy arrives just in time for the Spring 2022 semester. In a special board of directors meeting held in August,...

World AIDS Day Turns 33, Spreading Awareness Remains Important

World AIDS Day Turns 33, Spreading Awareness Remains Important

Victor Ortiz, Jr., Writer/Co-Editor December 1, 2021

Initiated as a means to spread education awareness regarding the HIV/AIDS epidemic, World AIDS Day continues to do just that. It is observed each year on December 1, though efforts were initially started...

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