A New Old Way To View Movies During Covid-19

Box office at Mission Tiki on Sept. 8, 2020. Photo Credit: Jaylen Minnich/Sac.Media

Jaylen Minnich-Hall, Community Features Editor

September 18, 2020

It's dusk as you enter a line of cars all eager to get their tickets. Music plays out of open windows as people reach to put on their mask before approaching the box office. A friendly smile that can only be seen on the eyes approaches the car to ask what movie you’d like to attend and gives you a...

7 Most Iconic Memeable Moments from Keeping Up With The Kardashians

Illustration courtesy of Stephanie Pantoja.

Amber Ortiz, Pop Editor

September 18, 2020

After 20 seasons on air, “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” has officially come to an end. The Kardashian-Jenner clan announced on Sept. 8 that the show’s final season will air in early 2021. It’s been a long, dramatic and emotional journey with the Kardashian-Jenner family. From eating salads...

Top 5 Games We Love to Hate

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Christie Yeung, Gaming & Tech Editor

September 16, 2020

People are spending a lot more time at home due to the pandemic. One way to keep us from dying of boredom and help us stay sane is by playing video games. Choosing the right game to play is very important. Here are the five games that people often get mad at but cannot let go. No. 5 Fall Guys  ...

Boycotting Mulan: Yes and No

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Kristen Sanchez, Community News Editor

September 16, 2020

The 2020 live action production of Disney’s “Mulan” should not be shot down simply for the opinion of lead role, Liu Yifei. Disney movie purists might relish the downward spiral that is Mulan’s live action box office release. Though boycotting this movie is valid for many reasons, it is important...

When Words Fail, Music Speaks

Photo courtesy of Ryan Cheung.

Delilah Perez

August 31, 2020

Although he was classically trained, it was through his appreciation of the wild, off-the-rails tempo of gypsy influenced music, and the strikingly grand musical notes of 18th century musician Niccolò Paganini that violinist Ryan Cheung, 23, developed a love for uncertainty, freedom and surprise. Originally...

Concerts from Afar in the Comfort of Your Car

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Delilah Perez, A&E Editor

August 24, 2020

Concerts are one of the many activities that had to be canceled due to our current reality of necessary social distancing. Popular festivals like Coachella and Stagecoach have been postponed until 2021, and music venues like the Greek Theatre have had to cancel their 2020 shows due to COVID-19. Many ind...

Artists You Need to Know About

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Angel Romero, Jesse Espitia, Lux Montes, Katie Priddy, and Abraham Navarro

July 21, 2020

Stuck at home all day long can be daunting when you let silence get the better of you. Worse still: you might be stuck with the same people and you don’t want to hear them exist so noisily near your space. The natural instinct is to blast all of your favorite tunes so that you’re reminded of the...

Feeding The Binge Culture

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Natalie Rojas

July 15, 2020

When I was a child, my family and I situated ourselves on the living room couch every Saturday night in the early 2000s. As we got comfortable in front of the rear-projection television, with our fluffy pillows and warm blankets, the narrator would start the show. Goosebumps would invade my body as...

Instagram Accounts to Help You At Home

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Alexandra Carmona

June 16, 2020

Stay home and treat yourself with these Instagram accounts that are all about self-care. Now is the time to try new recipes, read new books, get in tune with your spirituality or even try a new skincare routine. @georgialouisesk This skincare expert has all the tips and tricks you need to have your...

Album Review: Pray for Paris

Still taken from Westside Gunn’s official music video for “Euro Step.”

Kareem Majeed

June 10, 2020

“Pray for Paris” is designer street rap at its core; the first track, “$400 Million Plus Tax,” is a recording of the record-breaking sale of da Vinci’s $400 million painting “Salvator Mundi.” Prefacing the album is fall 2019’s Paris Fashion Week, to which Westside Gunn was invited by...

A Blind Date in Quarantine

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Natalie Rojas

June 9, 2020

Six feet apart may be sufficient to eliminate social gatherings and interactions, but in reality, no amount of distance can eliminate the opportunity for romance. In the midst of the 21st century, virtual and online dating seem to have become a trend. Dating apps and sites are consistently multiplying,...

Singcopation Sings Their Way to An Award

The 2019 singcopation group, photo provided by Bruce Rogers.

Abraham Navarro

May 22, 2020

Singcopation, Mt. SAC’s 22-year-old vocal jazz group, has yet again harmonized their way to a well-deserved spot at the top, winning the award for this year’s Downbeat Magazine’s Best Community College Vocal Jazz Group. Formed in 1997 by current Director of Choral Activities Bruce Rogers, the...

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