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Vaccine Clinics Being Held at Mt. SAC

Vaccine Clinics Being Held at Mt. SAC

Kristen Sanchez, Community News Editor July 31, 2021

Mt. San Antonio College has partnered with East Valley Community Health Center to conduct free clinics and administer vaccinations through the rest of the summer intersession. The East Valley Community...

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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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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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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...

Death of Community Advocate Leaves City in Mourning

Death of Community Advocate Leaves City in Mourning

Kristen Sanchez, Features Editor May 17, 2021

Reserved, respectful and relentless are words that reflect just a small portion of who Shirley Buchanan was in all her endeavors to better the community she lived in for over 60 years. Always taking diligent...

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Catalytic Conveter Thefts On The Rise

Gabby Flores and Jaylen Minnich Hall May 14, 2021

California, alongside many other states, are experiencing spikes in catalytic converter thefts that have left police finding little to no traces of who the thieves might be. Catalytic converters are...

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Local Food Drive Feeds Thousands

Jianping Cao, Staff Reporter May 13, 2021

On Wednesday, May 5, Los Angeles County and Los Angeles Regional Food Bank provided Valinda Regional Drive-Through Food Distribution to give 1,600 families boxes of food. With food boxes worth about $75...

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Newsom Proposes Another $600 Stimulus Check

Jaylen Minnich-Hall, News Editor May 12, 2021

On Monday, Gov. Newsom announced that California has projected a $75.7 billion budget surplus that he proposed to be used to pay Californians another $600 stimulus check alongside other financial assistance. https://twitter.com/GavinNewsom/status/1391461558241292293 The...

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On-Campus COVID-19 Vaccinations Available

Jaylen Minnich-Hall, News Editor May 11, 2021

Via the Mt. SAC Path to Recovery email, Mt. San Antonio College announced their partnership with East Valley Community Health Center to provide on-campus vaccination clinics on Thursday, May 13 and May...

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COVID-19 Town Hall Assures the Safest Return to Campus

Theodora Green, Staff Reporter May 10, 2021

Mt. SAC leadership hosted a virtual COVID-19 Town Hall Thursday afternoon and addressed concerns from community members regarding vaccinations, precautionary measures, classroom instructional planning...

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Woman Stabbed to Death in Upland

Jaylen Minnich-Hall, News Editor May 6, 2021

This morning an adult woman was found stabbed to death outside her vehicle in Upland on the 1200 block of Adriana Way; crossroads of 18th Street and Mountain Ave. The Upland Police Department announced...

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LA Gyms Reopen As County Moves Up Tier

Christy Lin and Jaylen Minnich Hall May 5, 2021

Due to the high rate of COVID-19 cases, Los Angeles County has been at a slower rate to reopen than most of California. However, rates have now dropped enough to allow businesses to reopen indoors, including...

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