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Pro Tacos brings delicious street tacos to Walnut

Ruben Montoya, Opinion Editor January 27, 2023

Anyone looking to satisfy their cravings for Mexican food can try Pro Tacos located on Amar Avenue. Pro Tacos offers a variety of favorites like birria tacos, enchiladas and tortas. Those who want to sit...

Ollie Cantos (center) alongside his mother, Lynda Cantos (left) and California State Senator Susan Rubio (right) at West Covina City Hall.

West Covina City Council has mixed attitudes in the final meeting of the year

Ruben Montoya, Opinion Editor December 23, 2022

The West Covina City Council closed out the year to a packed audience at City Hall on Tuesday, Dec. 20, residents gathered for the meeting headlined by swear-in ceremonies and Mayor Dario Castellanos’...

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Opinion: Tesla is the symbol of everything wrong with California

Ruben Montoya, Opinion Editor December 2, 2022

Tesla, the electric car brand that you see everywhere and you can’t escape. The Tesla Model Y has been the most purchased vehicle in California this year, per the California New Car Dealers Association,...

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Opinion: It has never been more expensive to watch live music

Ruben Montoya, Opinion Editor November 11, 2022

Ticket costs are absurdly overpriced. As many artists announce their first tours since the pandemic started, concerned citizens and fans of artists and bands alike are speaking out against ticket selling...

Black Thursday Group Dance. Courtesy of Umoja Aspire Program

Celebrating Black joy at Mt. SAC

Delila Grubaugh, News Editor November 9, 2022

At Mt. SAC, Black students can find their joy being celebrated every week in the form of a mini block party on campus in front of Building 6. The celebration, known as “Black Thursday,” is an event...

Sun breaks through the clouds on a fall afternoon to shine down on the Cheech.

The Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art & Culture creates a permanent home for Chicano art in Riverside

Eddie Ursua, Staff Reporter November 4, 2022

An awe-inspiring, two-story lenticular art piece illuminates the entry of the Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art & Culture, which opened this summer in downtown Riverside. It will be one of the nation's...

It’s never a matter of “could I?” or “should I?” Parenthood is one of the most humbling and life changing experiences anyone could experience.

The rose that grew from the concrete: Yasmeen Delgado

Robbie Doctor, Sports Editor November 4, 2022

“My hard work is finally catching up with my timing.” - Future Born in Silver Springs, Maryland, a neighborhood just outside of Washington D.C., Yasmeen Delgado grew up in a single-mother household,...

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Relive your childhood with Disney and Nickelodeon channel anthems

Lauren Aquino, Features Editor October 12, 2022

Disney and Nickelodeon fans who may have outgrown their favorite shows can now experience all the classic throwbacks. iParty, the latest 18 and up concert series, DJ’d by Matt Bennett from “Victorious”...

Mountie Cafe basks in the early morning sunshine

A guide to eating plant-based foods at Mt. SAC

Eddie Ursua, Staff Reporter October 5, 2022

Eating a plant-based or vegan diet is not just a trend, but a lifestyle for many Mt. SAC students. Unfortunately, they simply have less campus food options than their peers. Whether students choose...

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...

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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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...

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