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Romania’s Paris: Bucharest

Olivia Voelkel, President/Writer November 29, 2022

  Many cities in Europe and throughout the entire world are known for their various attractions and cultures; New York has the Empire State Building, Paris has the Eiffel Tower, London has...

The Void of Native American Cuisine in Culinary Arts

The Void of Native American Cuisine in Culinary Arts

Melissa Luna, Writer/Editor November 25, 2022

The holiday season signals an opportunity for family gatherings and feasts, and many will celebrate Thanksgiving during Native American Heritage Month. Ironically, Native American cuisine is woefully absent...

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2022 Midterm Election Results

Derrick Spearman, Writer November 23, 2022

It feels as if we have been waiting forever for the election to wrap up, and even now, there are still some races around the country that are either too close to call and/or still counting votes. The Democrats...

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Students Elate as Open Mic Night Returns to MSJC

Melissa Luna, Writer/Editor November 21, 2022

The Creative Writing Club at Mt. San Jacinto College hosted the first Open Mic night held at the Temecula Valley Campus on Nov. 15. Open to all students, the club invited creatives to share their poetry,...

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Nail-Biter: MSJC Defeats Pasadena City And Becomes 2022 Mountain Conference Champions

Derrick Spearman, Writer November 17, 2022

  Last year, the Lancers beat the Eagles 28-26 in a heart breaker; this year the Eagles came out on top in a close game against the Lancers, and are the sole American Mountain League Conference...

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Transfer Advice from a Former MSJC Student now Attending UCLA

Olivia Voelkel, President/Writer November 16, 2022

  Americans attending colleges come from all different backgrounds and experiences, whether they are a parent going back to school part time, an adult who is going back to school for another degree,...

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Off the Top

November 15, 2022

"Off the Top"  by Kendra Williams   The world is not, Nor has she ever been, suicidal. Her death is on us. (That’s our sin.) We, murderous beings. Murdering beings. Merciless...

The Young Democratic Socialists Club is looking for new members

The Young Democratic Socialists Club is looking for new members

Rose Stacy, YDSA Club President November 11, 2022

YDSA club is coming to MSJC, and is looking for new members to be a part of this community.  What is Young Democratic Socialists of America? The Young Democratic Socialists believe that working people...

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Eagles Landing Resources

Lily Diephouse, Writer November 10, 2022

Did you know that there are resources on our campus that are not just for academic success? Mt. San Jacinto College has a resource center called Eagles Landing where students can go to receive help...

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Taylor Swift Midnights Review

Pia Henson, Writer November 9, 2022

Taylor Swift is known for her outstanding lyricism and influential tunes. On October 21st, Swift released a brand new pop album amidst the re-recording of her first 6 albums and received mixed reviews...

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The Third Place- Forging Friendships and Chance Encounters

Hannah De Leon, Guest Writer November 7, 2022

“The Third Place” is a term coined by Ray Oldenburg, referring to a third place where people spend their time.  The first place is home and second place is work. These places once housed the exchanging...

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San Jacinto Neighborhood Forced To Evacuate Due To Pool Chemical Leakage

Derrick Spearman, Writer November 4, 2022

At around 8 am on Saturday October 29th, residents in a San Jacinto neighborhood were awakened by a helicopter telling people in the area that there was a hazmat situation in the area. The situation was...

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