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CSEA 262 Second Vice President Brandon Gillett tells the board on Oct. 13 how sitting at the negotiating table has given him the opportunity to hear the experiences of fellow unit members.
Classified Negotiations Struggles Continue
After another month of no progress, classified unit members organized to present at the board
Joshua Sanchez, Editor-In-Chief • October 21, 2021
Adult Basic Education Professor Donna Necke spoke passionately at the Mt. SAC Board of Trustees meeting on Oct. 13 about how her students could not just go online with their home life and technological struggles.
Student Vaccination Requirement Starts Winter 2022, Remains Controversial
Unions and staff have mixed feelings on how equitable it is to require every student to get vaccinated
Gabby Flores, News Editor • October 16, 2021
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Academic Senate Found Fraudulent Enrollment Last Spring
At least 39 applications have been determined to be fraudulent
Gabby Flores October 14, 2021
Photo Credit: Abraham Navarro/SAC Media
Faculty Advocate For Uncleared Students
Opinions diverge on whether vaccinations should be mandated for students
Joshua Sanchez, Editor-In-Chief • October 12, 2021
The following all gender restrooms are from Building 9G room 1240, Building 77 room 1010, and Founders Hall.
All Gender Restrooms Are All Back
Facilities has unlocked each restroom for the public
Joshua Sanchez, Editor-In-Chief • October 10, 2021
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Mick Jagger performs Miss You at SoFi Stadium on Oct. 14.
The Rolling Stones Christen SoFi Stadium With No Filter Tour
The band played at the Los Angeles stadium for the first time and paid homage to their late drummer Charlie Watts
Natasha Castanedo, Arts and Entertainment Editor • October 21, 2021
One example of the community ofrendas to honor loved ones that can be found in building 9E.
Community Ofrendas Honor Loved Ones
Mt. SAC's Bridge and El Centro programs celebrate Día De Los Muertos
Natasha Castanedo, Culture Editor • October 12, 2021
To Cancel or Not to Cancel...
To Cancel or Not to Cancel...
Inconsistency in COVID-19 protocol for live events is leaving concert goers in a fog of frustration and confusion
Aaron Story, Managing Editor • September 28, 2021
Drake’s Sixth Hit Album - Certified Lover Boy
Drake’s Sixth Hit Album - Certified Lover Boy
After much anticipation we get more of the same while the fans are yearning for another side of Drake
Natasha Castanedo, Arts and Entertainment Editor • September 24, 2021
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Smell the Flowers, but Read the Paper Too
Smell the Flowers, but Read the Paper Too
Political apathy is what got us into this mess
Bryan Jimenez October 19, 2021
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Astrology Actually Does Matter... Kinda
If you think it’s stupid, you’re playing yourself
Natalia Chairez October 4, 2021
To Cancel or Not to Cancel...
To Cancel or Not to Cancel...
Inconsistency in COVID-19 protocol for live events is leaving concert goers in a fog of frustration and confusion
Aaron Story, Managing Editor • September 28, 2021
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Shut Your Mouth and Open Your Ears
The pandemic has reduced our social skills to a mashup of everyone talking at once all the time, and I just can’t take it anymore
Aaron Story, Managing Editor • September 21, 2021
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Mt. SAC runners leading the pack on Oct. 15.
Mounties Dominate In Home Race
Mounties dominate another meet before the SCC Championship by setting pace at the Mt. SAC Cross Country Invitational
Joshua Sanchez, Editor-In-Chief • October 22, 2021
Mt. SAC Football run onto field for a game.
Football Comeback Falls Just Short
Despite multiple turnovers, Mounties launched an admirable campaign
Joshua Sanchez, Editor-In-Chief • October 21, 2021
Kayla Allen (15) kicks the ball upfield to assist Karissa Vela (10) in her game winning goal.
Mounties Soccer Takes On Pasadena City Lancers
Both Mounties’ soccer teams tried to continue their winning streak and it was not an easy task
Christie Yeung, Gaming & Tech Editor • October 19, 2021
Mounties Luke Noblett (7) takes aim to score one of his five goals against Gary Bellingham (1) of the Warriors on Oct. 15.
Water Polo Dominates Warriors, Keep Conference Records Spotless
Mounties improve their records with a decisive victory over El Camino
Joshua Sanchez, Editor-In-Chief • October 19, 2021
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Wide receiver Sean Bowden catches the ball mid-air during the semifinal game against Riverside at Wheelock Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 23. Photo by Andrew Talavera/SAC.Media
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Mounties Unlimited - Zach Rangel
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