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What’s It Like to Get the Vaccine?

What’s It Like to Get the Vaccine?

Cesar Gonzalez, Opinion Editor March 8, 2021

In December of last year, the COVID-19 vaccine was approved for immediate use for those in need. Since then, there have been three vaccines in total made available for distribution by Moderna, Pfizer and...

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Online Sex Work is Becoming Mainstream Thanks to Onlyfans

Jaylen Minnich Hall, News Editor January 19, 2021

OnlyFans, a creator content sharing platform, has had a surplus of new accounts and new traffic to their website recently. OnlyFans has generous community guidelines that allows creators to post almost...

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...

Ann Inouye outside of her home in Los Angeles, CA. Photo by Monica Inouye/SAC.Media.

Survivor Remembers Pearl Harbor

Monica Inouye, Politics Editor December 7, 2020

On a warm and humid afternoon, a hot breeze blew through the front window, rattled the vertical blinds, then escaped to the back of the house through the screen door. Ann Inouye shuffled to the dining...

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The Art of Collecting Comic Books

Vanessa Feliciano, Features Editor November 19, 2020

Boxes get lined up ready to be searched through. They’re filled neatly with colorful covers and artwork. No two are identical. Collectors scavenge through each one looking for the one comic book they...

Protestors Unsuccessful, Hahn’s Housing Motion Approved Unanimously

Joshua Sanchez November 13, 2020

Some residents call the community protests “heartless,” while protestors use similar terms to define Supervisor Janice Hahn’s decision to turn a Motel 6 into a permanent housing structure for the...

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Salazar, Serrano Poised To Win School Board Seats

Joshua Sanchez November 13, 2020

For the first time in 50 years, Valinda will have representation. Their representative, for area one, is Stephanie Serrano. Serrano has beaten out two challengers, Patricia Vizcarra and Taro O’ Sullivan. La...

Salvador Mendoza. Photo by Isaac Le/SAC.Media

Young and Healthy? Here’s What Catching COVID-19 Is Like.

Monica Inouye, Politics Editor November 13, 2020

Fever, constant fatigue and body aches are symptoms of a COVID-19 infection. Trauma, paranoia and a concern for loved ones are consequences of a COVID-19 recovery. While people younger than 35 are only...

Halloween is for Devil Horns and Defying Social Norms

Halloween is for Devil Horns and Defying Social Norms

Lana Min, Staff Reporter October 29, 2020

Halloween is the best holiday of them all, because of the costumes, unlimited candy, thrill of getting scared, staying out past curfew and people's sense of belonging in a community. When I was 10, I would...

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A Second Chance

Christie Yeung, Gaming & Tech Editor October 23, 2020

The rain was pouring down on the freeway right outside of Philadelphia. It was two months ago, and Brandon Orselli was making his way toward the house that he and his wife were buying. Tests were being...

Bobcat Fire view from a kitchen window in Monrovia, CA, September 10, 2020 by Eddiem360 on Wikimedia Commons.
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Bobcat Fire Continues to Blaze

Lana Min, Grace Ureta, and Nicholas Cabrera October 23, 2020

The Bobcat Fire, sparked on Sept. 6, has blazed through 115,758 acres and is still-burning in Los Angeles National Forest to the northeast of Cogswell Reservoir. As of Oct. 22, the Bobcat Fire has destroyed...

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Dancing Together- Apart

Jaylen Minnich Hall, Community Features Editor October 16, 2020

Whether it be in person or online, Belle Maturo owner and director of Perfect Pointe Dance has found ways to keep her small business afloat during the harsh circumstances of COVID-19. As a registered...

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