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Campus spotlight: Time for a mental break

Campus spotlight: Time for a mental break

Joshua Eastman, Staff Reporter September 28, 2022

Fall semester has begun, the campus is bustling with life and you and your fellow students are enjoying life, until homework, anxiety and other pressures weigh on your shoulders and lead to stress and...

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What’s happening six years into the lifespan of ‘Dead by Daylight?’

Eddie Ursua, Staff Reporter September 27, 2022

The asymmetrical multiplayer horror game “Dead by Daylight” fights to keep things fresh by recently reworking core features of the game and also releasing a licensed “Resident Evil” chapter, which...

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Mt. SAC president to retire after 49 years in higher education

Delila Grubaugh, News Editor September 26, 2022

After 11 years of dedication, Mt. SAC President and CEO Dr. Bill Scroggins, 74, will be retiring at the end of this academic year. Scroggins had submitted his intent to retire back in July, and this...

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Narcan to become available at all LAUSD schools amid drug overdoses

Gabby Flores, Staff Reporter September 22, 2022

Narcan will be available at all Los Angeles Unified School District schools following a recent trend in drug related overdoses in Los Angeles County. The announcement was made today by Superintendent Alberto...

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Salary revision shelved after interpreters ask for reconsideration

Bryan Jimenez, Editor in Chief September 21, 2022

An agenda item on the Sept. 14 Board of Trustees meeting consent calendar was removed for further consideration after several faculty members spoke against it during public comments. The item, a revision...

Three boba shops for late night cravings

Three boba shops for late night cravings

Lauren Aquino, Features Editor September 21, 2022

For those late nights out with friends or those all-nighters dedicated to doing homework, here are some recommended boba shops that remain open at later hours for convenience and enjoyment. Summerfield...

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Mt. SAC approves bachelor’s degree in histotechnology

Christie Yeung, Managing Editor September 20, 2022

During the Board of Trustees meeting on Sept. 14, professor of anatomy and physiology, microbiology and public health Carmen Rexach and professor of histotechnology Jennifer MacDonald gave a persuasive...

Little Joe (left) and Joe Mountie (right). Photo courtesy of the Mascot Task Force.

Mt. SAC mascot Joe Mountie to be replaced after 76 years

Bryan Jimenez, Editor in Chief September 19, 2022

A motion to remove and replace Mt. SAC’s long-serving mascot, Joe Mountie, was officially approved by Mt. SAC’s Board of Trustees on Sept. 14. Earlier this year, after 18 months of research and meetings,...

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17 cats in Culver City cat hotel die in fire

Delila Grubaugh, News Editor September 18, 2022

On Sept. 17, 2022, Cat Place LA, a popular cat hotel located at Culver City caught fire, killing 17 out of the 19 cats within the business. This tragedy was a result of the fire that broke out at Palms...

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Inflation grows 0.1% in August

Ruben Montoya, Opinion Editor September 16, 2022

The consumer price index, released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on Sept. 13, revealed a 0.1 percentage point increase in inflation across all commodities in August. Despite the slight increase, inflation...

Opinion: Senior citizens have an advantage in the housing market

Opinion: Senior citizens have an advantage in the housing market

Daniel Marroquin, Staff Reporter September 16, 2022

Los Angeles County is facing an affordable housing crisis as median home prices have skyrocketed in the area. Despite this, one specific demographic, senior citizens, are able to secure affordable housing...

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SoCal Anime’s First Three-Day Convention

Jesica Bi, Staff Reporter September 15, 2022

If you are a fan of Japanese pop culture, then you are no stranger to the many anime conventions that happen each year. SoCal Anime Convention is an upcoming event that will take place this weekend at...

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