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Talon Talks Season 3 Episode 3: Black History Month

Nick Pettis, President/ Video Content Editor March 3, 2022

MSJC Talon members Kayla Lewis, Anthony Orrico, Rafael Ibarra, and Victor Ortiz, Jr. met with Brandie Kekoa, a local Black business owner, to discuss Black History Month.

Talon Talks Season 3 Episode 2: Talon-tine’s Time

Nick Pettis, President/ Video Content Editor February 25, 2022

MSJC Talon presents Talon-tine's 2. This time, members Kayla Lewis, Jonah Rauch, Cynthia Carrillo, and Hugo Aguilar created "Dream Dates" for the person the randomizer chose for them. Be sure to like and...

Talon Talks Season 3 Episode 1: Would You Rather

Nick Pettis, President/ Video Content Editor February 17, 2022

Talon members Nick Pettis, Jonah Rauch, Kayla Lewis, and Ashley Liermann got together to play would you rather. If you like the video, be sure to like and subscribe for more episodes like it. Comment down...

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...

Talon Talks Season 2 Episode 6: Happy Talons-giving!

Nick Pettis, President/ Video Content Editor November 25, 2021

Talon members Nick Pettis, Kayla Lewis, Victor Ortiz Jr., Jonah Rauch, Ashley Liermann and Talon advisors Dr. Michele Weber and Dr. Ron Newman all met together to create this Thanksgiving-themed episode...

Talon Talks Season 2 Episode 5: Native American Heritage Month

Nick Pettis, President / Video Content Editor November 22, 2021

Talon member Kayla Lewis and advisor Dr. Michele Weber met with Professor John Torres, an Anthropology professor at MSJC, who is also of Chicano and Navajo descent, to discuss Native American heritage...

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