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Men Drop Out In Large Numbers

Bryan Jimenez January 7, 2022

Men all over the country are turning away from higher education at increasing rates, underscoring a downward trend that began in the ‘70s. According to the National Student Clearinghouse, a nonprofit...

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Calls For Transparency Begin In Academic Senate

Joshua Sanchez, Editor In Chief December 3, 2021

After thanking everyone in the Academic Senate for their support over the four years she had served in the Pride Center as a coordinator, Melinda Bowen addressed growing concerns about a lack of transparency...

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Democrats Are Defeating Themselves

Bryan Jimenez November 23, 2021

On Nov. 2, Virginian voters took to the polls to voice their dissatisfaction with the Democratic Party’s leadership, handing the positions of governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general to Republican...

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The Internet is a Double-Edged Sword

Natalia Chairez November 16, 2021

Society has never failed to become a victim of the infamous spread of misinformation. The rapid changes in our media consumption have only made audiences more gullible, despite what we know now. If anything...

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Fall Choral Concert Returns

Natasha Castanedo, Arts and Entertainment Editor November 13, 2021

Mt. SAC’s Chamber Singers, Women’s Ensemble, Concert Choir and Fermata Nowhere performed at Feddersen Recital Hall on Oct. 29 and Oct. 30. The show began with a Concert Choir’s rendition of Australian...

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Police Chief Warns of Catalytic Converter Thefts

Gabby Flores, News Editor November 12, 2021

The Mt. SAC campus community is urged to report any suspicious activity on campus due to a spike in catalytic converter thefts. Converter thefts are on the rise around the country and have been affecting...

Here’s For The Ones Who Dream

Here’s For The Ones Who Dream

Natalia Chairez October 14, 2021

The college experience is supposed to be this grand time where young people finally venture out into adulthood—and it is. One day you’re 18 graduating high school and all of a sudden you’re almost...

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Faculty Advocate For Uncleared Students

Joshua Sanchez, Editor-In-Chief October 12, 2021

After threats of losing access to in-person classes since Sept. 12, the college sent out emails to faculty members with uncleared students telling them students must be administratively dropped by Oct....

One example of the community ofrendas to honor loved ones that can be found in building 9E.

Community Ofrendas Honor Loved Ones

Natasha Castanedo, Culture Editor October 12, 2021

Mt. SAC's Bridge and El Centro programs are offering the community altar building opportunities until the end of the month in building 9E on the second floor. The community altar is being held in correlation...

The following all gender restrooms are from Building 9G room 1240, Building 77 room 1010, and Founders Hall.

All Gender Restrooms Are All Back

Joshua Sanchez, Editor-In-Chief October 10, 2021

While the college has followed AB 1732, a 2017 law requiring restrooms that can only be used by one person at a time to be labeled as an all gender restroom, a few issues held the college back from full...

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This Place Is Gross

Aaron Story, Managing Editor October 7, 2021

The Mt. SAC campus, like most public places, was never the cleanest environment. With nearly 30,000 students roaming the halls, using the handrails and touching multiple door knobs everyday, it's a shock...

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An Ideal Place After Class

Jianping Cao September 30, 2021

After class students may find that Mt. SAC’s library is one of the best places to study, research, borrow books and do homework assignments. The library is cool, quiet and comfortable with enough...

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