The Team


Students


Cindy Lopez-Ordonez

Editor-in-Chief

Major: Microbiology

Minor: Global Health or Studies

“My experience began when I joined The Talon. I first wrote spotlights which expanded to campus events.” 

Allison Arnzen

Advertising Operations / Writer

Major: Communications 

My background in media communications aside from my college curriculum would be most prevalent in my work within the fashion industry. In the United States to Milan, Italy, I have worked in front of the camera and on the runway as a high fashion and commercial model for 3 years.”

Nick Pettis

Writer

Major: Digital Media

“I am a digital media student at MSJC. I’ve been in theater for as long as I can remember. I’m trying something new and I’m happy I did it. The Talon is a wonderful group of people and I’m glad I get to work with them. I look forward to giving you more news to watch as fast as I can.”

Eddie Landeros

Website / Social Media Manager

Major: Communications

“I was in the U.S. Air Force for 6 years as a Security Forces member involved in law enforcement, flight line radio communications, and customer service at the visitor centers. I’ve worked for LiveNation as a guest services associate and security guard at the Riverside Performing Arts Center and Riverside Municipal Auditorium. I love music, art and photography because artists are able to communicate with the world in their own unique lens and tell their story.”


Professors


Dr. Michele Weber

Talon Director

My name is Dr. Michele Weber and I am a full time Communication Faculty here at MSJC San Jacinto Campus. Additionally, I am the faculty advisor to the Talon Student Newspaper and The Communication Club on campus. I graduated with my BA from California State University in San Bernardino. I have my MA from California State University in Fullerton. Both of these degrees are in Communication. I also have my PhD in Education from Capella University. I am married and do not have any children, however I have a lot of animals that I view as my children. I love walking my dogs on a daily basis and prefer spending time snuggling with them on the couch to going out.

Prof. Ron Newman

Club Advisor

“I graduated from California State University, San Bernardino in 2006 with a Master’s degree in Communication Studies. Since that time, I have been a Speech Communication instructor at several community colleges in the Inland Empire, including MSJC since 2007. I have also been a tutor, Puente mentor, tournament judge, and Tournament Director for speech tournaments. I am now an assistant professor and the Director of Forensics for the MSJC Forensics: Speech & Debate team. I have offices on both the San Jacinto and Menifee campuses. You can call me “Professor”, “Professor Newman”, “Newman”, “Dude”, or even “El Duderino” if you’re not into that whole brevity thing.”


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