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Streaming – How Far Is Too Far?

Christie Yeung, Gaming & Tech Editor June 9, 2021

Besides playing video games, watching live-streams on Twitch has become my choice of entertainment and social interaction during this pandemic. The growth of Twitch was obvious because more people are...

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End of the Semester Reminders

Jaylen Minnich-Hall, News Editor June 8, 2021

Monday marked the start of finals week! Finals will take place from June 7 to June 13. Today is the last day to attend the "Finals Week Exam Jam", hosted by The Library & Learning Resources Division,...

Studying Safely With Outdoor Study Hall

Studying Safely With Outdoor Study Hall

Kristen Sanchez, Features Editor June 7, 2021

After a year of online schooling, Mt SAC Student Services offered up an outdoor study all throughout the Spring semester that has continued through finals week. Servicing over 200 students, the outdoor...

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Adobe Illustrator is a Game Changer, Dude.

Megan Cansino, Copy Editor June 4, 2021

Growing up in a metropolitan area such as Los Angeles, we are accustomed to seeing billboards, movie posters, traffic signs and everything in between. Graphic design in advertising, marketing and civil...

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Disagreement Over Term “White Supremacy” At Academic Senate Meeting

Fares Abdullah, Staff Reporter June 4, 2021

The Mt. SAC Academic Senate met for their regularly scheduled meeting on June 3 via Zoom to debate on the term “white supremacy” that prompted backlash among faculty offended by the phrase. The Senate...

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Disneyland’s Possibility of No More Mask Wearing

Delilah Perez, Arts & Entertainment Editor June 3, 2021

Disney World in Orlando, Florida lifted their mask mandate on May 15. Individuals at Disney World are now able to roam outdoors without a mask. But when it comes to dining indoors and being around others...

Girls Wear Pink

Girls Wear Pink

Kristen Sanchez, Community News Editor June 1, 2021

On a foggy morning walk to school, 13-year-old Lauren Vargas saw something that changed her life forever. Walking to class on the cracked pavement, hopping over curbs and stepping on every individual fallen...

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Upcoming Mask Lift Polarizes Californians

Jaylen Minnich-Hall, News Editor May 28, 2021

On May 12, during a live TV interview, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that the mandatory mask mandate in California would be lifted on June 15. “That world [after June 15] looks a lot like the world...

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Things You’ll Never Forget Growing Up Hispanic

Vanessa Feliciano, Campus Features Editor May 27, 2021

In every culture there are customs that are shared among people in completely different households, and Hispanics are no different. If you grew up in a Hispanic household then you can probably relate to...

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EOPS Helps College Students Reach Their Dreams

Stephanie Lopez, Staff Reporter May 26, 2021

Extended Opportunity Programs and Services, also known as EOPS, focuses on equipping academically disadvantaged students with the tools they need such as priority registration, counseling, textbook vouchers,...

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NFTs – Real Deal or A Flop?

Loy Kenneth Moreno and Christie Yeung May 25, 2021

An NFT, also known as a non-fungible token, is a digital asset with a secure code that protects its intellectual property, which makes it unique. These tokens can range from being pictures and video loops...

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Academic Senate Debates Test-Proctoring Software

Fares Abdullah, Staff Reporter May 21, 2021

The Mt. SAC Academic Senate met for their regularly scheduled meeting on May 20, via Zoom, to discuss the potential hiring of a controversial test proctoring company, pass a new Fossil Fuel Divestment...

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