Dance Classes Transition Online

By Jesus Alcala Avalos| Apr. 7, 2021 01:00 P.M. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Mt. San Jacinto College closed its campuses on March 13,2020. Every class normally in-person transitioned to online instruction. “We weren’t expecting to move our classes to an online environment or to be impacted by a global pandemic, so I was surprised,”Continue reading “Dance Classes Transition Online”

Yo Soy: a Latinx series by Seydel and Cindy

By Seydel Perez, Cindy Lopez-Ordonez | February 10, 11:30 a.m. Talon Co-Editor Seydel Perez and Editor-in-Chief Cindy Lopez-Ordonez bring you “Yo Soy,” a series of Hispanic/Latinx stories from MSJC students which discuss heritage, culture, and perception. We hope these interviews help others understand the different ways Latinx members consider their backgrounds and how their rootsContinue reading “Yo Soy: a Latinx series by Seydel and Cindy”

COVID-19 Vaccines are here. Who can get them?

By Edward Landeros | Jan. 16, 2020 12:48 p.m. SAN JACINTO, Calif. – Riverside County continues its rollout of COVID-19 vaccines this weekend at multiple locations and expands its list of eligible recipients. Vaccine Planning and Distribution On Jan. 7, Riverside County began its Type III All-Hazard Incident Management Team (IMT) in order to distributeContinue reading “COVID-19 Vaccines are here. Who can get them?”

Interview with James Crawford, 2020 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar

Hello Eagles! We’re bringing you our first video interview with Talon member Eddie Landeros and fellow MSJC student James Crawford. Join us as they talk about being a student at MSJC, life during the pandemic, politics, rationality, and what the future holds for our young generations! James was recently named a 2020 Coca-Cola Leaders ofContinue reading “Interview with James Crawford, 2020 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar”