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Hispanics are Hesitant to Get the Vaccine

Vanessa Feliciano, Somos Editor May 7, 2021

During these unimaginable times many people have faced hardships, and that is no different in the Hispanic community. Even though Hispanics have been one of the hardest-hit communities during the pandemic,...

Predicting Summer Fashion Trends

Predicting Summer Fashion Trends

Kristen Sanchez, Features Editor May 6, 2021

Dressing up your loungewear is the name of the game this season. As we transition out of those sweatpant-quarantine days I predict we will find ourselves desperately wanting to dress up to fight our natural...

Seeking Mental Help on Campus: A surge during a global pandemic.

Seeking Mental Help on Campus: A surge during a global pandemic.

Megan Cansino, Copyeditor April 28, 2021

The year 2020 has thrown many difficulties to normal life for everyone across the globe. There have been trials and tribulations attributed to personal life, work life and, to the vast majority of a students,...

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Getting Back to Business

Aaron Story, Staff Reporter April 27, 2021

Since the beginning of the spring semester, the campus has been functioning at a limited capacity of 20 percent, which has been reserved for specialized health and science programs. In an email message...

Where are the Free Access Textbooks?

Where are the Free Access Textbooks?

Christie Yeung, Gaming & Tech Editor January 16, 2021

Because of the pandemic and transition to online learning, many students were given free eBook access in spring 2020. But Mt. SAC President and CEO Bill Scroggins said Mt. SAC never provided free textbooks...

Old posters hang, curled up and sun bleached, blowing in the wind on the boards outside of deserted classrooms at Mt. SAC on Dec. 3, 2020. Photo credit: Abraham Navarro/SAC.Media.

Campus Resembles a Ghost Town Since Pandemic Closure

Jaylen Minnich Hall, Community News Editor January 11, 2021

Flyers with frayed edges from March 2020 pinned to corkboards across campus. Dark deserted halls that echo an eerie silence. Desolate parking lots once filled with cars and students fighting over parking...

Graphic by Isaac Le/SAC.Media.

Being a Student, Parent, and Teacher in One

Vanessa Feliciano, Features Editor November 9, 2020

You sit down to write an essay and as your computer opens, your child screams your name and asks for help on a math problem you haven't looked at since you were their age. After Google helps you answer...

Photo illustration by Vanessa Feliciano/SAC.media.

Being Myself in the Background

Vanessa Feliciano, Campus Features Editor October 16, 2020

Hiding a big secret from family can strain every aspect of life. For Business Administration major Megan Stevens, 20, hiding a part of herself has become part of her daily life. Stevens is gender fluid...

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Counselor Mentors Students With Mindfulness

Vanessa Feliciano, Campus Features Editor October 6, 2020

Whether it's in the classroom or online, Mt. SAC adjunct professor and counselor Andrea Torres is always willing to help not only her students but also fellow faculty members. “I always love to connect...

Adjunct welding professor Bella Jhin, 31, fires up a torch at Mt. SAC's welding building on Sept 25, 2020. Photo credit: Abraham Navarro/SAC.Media.

First Female Welding Instructor Blazes the Trail

Vanessa Feliciano, Campus Features Editor October 2, 2020

Eight years ago she took a seat in a classroom not knowing she would find her passion and make history by teaching that exact course. On the first day of the 2020 Fall semester, adjunct professor, Bella...

Starting College is Tough Enough, but the Class of 2020 Barely Even Got To Graduate

Vanessa Feliciano, Campus Features Editor September 11, 2020

Starting college can be challenging, but starting college during a global pandemic can feel next to impossible. For Vivian Soza, Edward Zhang, An Ha, and Mehak Verma, making the transition from high school...

in a photo of the times, Vice President of Instruction Richard Mahon sits between Zoom meetings in his study. Photo courtesy of Richard Mahon.

New Vice President Wants to Change Lives

Katie Priddy, Managing Editor September 10, 2020

The Civil Rights movement. Anti-war protests. Marches for women’s rights. These are some of the major events in American history that Mt. SAC’s Vice President of Instruction Richard Mahon grew up watching....

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