An assortment of different food stalls at SoCalVegFest.

Take a plant-based bite out of SoCalVegFest: Orange County

Ehvan Fennell, Features Editor September 27, 2023

I rummaged through the Orange County Fairgrounds on Sept. 23 to find delectable plant-based foods at the annual SoCalVegFest, a vegan food festival for every food person. The main entrance leads into...

Entrance of Color/form: Color Theory and Art of Ceramics exhibit.

The Art of Ceramics teaches the importance of color at the Mt. SAC Diana Berger Gallery

Ehvan Fennell, Features Editor September 26, 2023

Color/form: Color Theory and Art of Ceramics is the current art exhibition in the Diana Berger Gallery. The exhibit is free and open to the public with the participating artists in attendance to witness...

Motorheads and casuals can appreciate a classic, slammed white 1964 Chevy Impala with a red leather interior.

The return of the Cruisin’ Reunion: Ontario

Jalyn Brooks September 19, 2023

From Chicago to Los Angeles, the famous Route 66 has remained a symbol of community and connection; a road artery that remains strong and vibrant across the country. The Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion...

Tupac’s most iconic albums in his legendary music catalog.

We miss you Tupac

Robbie Doctor, Managing Editor September 15, 2023

“Wars come and go, but my soldiers remain eternal.” It seems no matter how much time flies by, rap draws inspiration from the past. Some things are classic and never forgotten. Tupac Shakur:...

Collage of the upcoming fall releases.

The Most Exciting Releases Coming This Fall

Grace Ureta, Staff Reporter September 12, 2023

The return of pumpkin spice marks the closing of summer, the autumn bloom is in the air and a blustery breeze can easily be felt. This summer was packed with epic entertainment releases from Olivia Rodrigo...

Opinion: You know them, they don’t know you

Opinion: You know them, they don’t know you

Brisa Gutierrez, Social Media Manager July 25, 2023

With social media platforms like Instagram and TikTok, keeping up with your favorite celebrities and influencers has never been easier -- so much so that some people even start to believe that they know...

Prepping the soil for new transplants.

5 tips for starting your own backyard garden

Eddie Ursua, Arts and Entertainment Editor July 12, 2023

Gardening and learning about horticulture can be a very rewarding experience that can be as equally relaxing as it is productive and educational. There isn't much that can connect you more to the planet...

Whether you’re on the professional, collegiate, intramural or recreational level, you play basketball for the love of the game.

Pro-am leagues: Ball is life

Robbie Doctor, Staff Reporter July 4, 2023

You’ve probably heard of Drew League and the CrawsOver Pro-Am Leagues because of the high caliber level of basketball talent coming through to hoop year round. Pro-am games have become increasingly...

The Hollywood sign is one of the states most iconic landmarks.

Opinion: Every Californian should watch ‘Leaving California: The Untold Story’

Ada Li, Staff Reporter June 27, 2023

When it comes to California, people always remember the endless coastline, bright sunshine and star-studded Hollywood with its countless opportunities and dreams. However, in recent years, more and more...

Part 2: Who let the pets out?

Part 2: Who let the pets out?

Willy Wang, Staff Reporter June 22, 2023

Relationships between animals and humans have been an essential part of our existence for over 8,000 years. Animals play the role of companion, worker and well-wisher, accompanying us throughout our lives...

Primo promotional card Via Amazon.

‘Primo’: The Latino Sitcom we have been desperately missing

Diego Fernandez, Staff Reporter June 16, 2023

Amazon’s new sitcom “Primo” is based on showrunner Shea Serrano’s coming-of-age story and is as entertaining as he is on Twitter. Rafa, played by Ignacio Diaz-Silverio, is a high school teenager...

Charlene Teters at Mt. SAC.

Charlene Teters: Combating Native stereotypes through art

Ehvan Fennell, Life & Culture Editor June 14, 2023

Charlene Teters is not only an American Indian. She is also from Spokane, a mother, artist, political activist, a human being and has used pop culture’s perception of “what it means to be Indian”...

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