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”...

Student-made paper koinobori hanging within the Equity Center.

Tango no Sekku: Cultural celebration series

Ehvan Fennell, Lifestyle and Culture Editor May 23, 2023

May 5 is Tango no Sekku, also known as Boy’s Day or “double fifth,” one of five seasonal Japanese festivals influenced by Chinese customs that was held every year since the Nara period, a historic...

Woody by Yessenia C. Hidalgo, 2022.

Photo gallery: Mt. SAC hosts an impressive display of students creativity and artwork

Emily Fernandez, News Editor May 16, 2023

From ceramics to paintings, students submitted their unique artwork to the Diana Berger Gallery to celebrate the 73rd Annual Student Art Exhibition. The student exhibit began on May 4 and will continue...

Exterior design of the Thinkspace Projects building.

Thinkspace Projects illuminates the New Contemporary Art Movement

Willy Wang, Staff Reporter May 11, 2023

In April, Thinkspace Projects debuted the work of four new artists. Ezra Brown, Caroline Weaver, Delisha and Willem Hoeffnagel are all creative minds who represent the New Contemporary Art Movement. Thinkspace...

Suzume wanders into the unknown. Via CoMix Wave Films.

‘Suzume’: An honest review

Adam Young, Staff Reporter May 3, 2023

In Makoto Shinkai’s latest installment of teenagers wandering around Japan to find themselves, “Suzume” follows a coming of age story about a teenager emotionally maturing by traveling with her “companion...

Opinion: The power and pitfalls of a video essay void

Opinion: The power and pitfalls of a video essay void

Ehvan Fennell and Adam Young April 28, 2023

Video essays have become increasingly popular in today's world and have had a significant influence on various aspects of society, particularly in the realm of media and communication. The average...

Learn the art of haiku workshop. Emily Fernandez.

National Poetry Month: Celebrate the beauty of words

Emily Fernandez, News Editor April 25, 2023

National Poetry Month was established in April 1996, by the Academy of American Poets to celebrate poets’ and poems that have outstanding influence. As the years have passed, poetry has become the...

An elaborate main stage at a massive rave. Via Creative Commons/Diego Vigueras.

All about that bass: A look into rave culture

Brisa Gutierrez, Social Media Manager April 25, 2023

Glitter. EDM. Laser-light shows. Large crowds. Fans. Community. Dancing. Flags. “Kandi” bracelets. DJs. These are just a few characteristics of what makes a rave, a rave. Rave culture began in the...

Entergalactic still. Via Netflix.

The future of animation is ‘Entergalactic’

Ehvan Fennell, Lifestyle Editor April 21, 2023

The hairstyles. The fashion. The comedy. “Entergalactic” is a refreshing 92-minute film of various characters in New York drawn with surreal animation techniques similar to “Spider-Man: Into the...

Dr. Alma Zaragoza-Petty signing a book during the event.

Student Equity Speaker Series: Dr. Alma Zaragoza-Petty

Ehvan Fennell, Life & Culture Editor April 19, 2023

Dr. Alma Zaragoza-Petty is a Mexicana social justice advocate and scholar who uses equity to educate. Zaragoza-Petty, Dr. ZP or just Alma, has attained a master’s degree in counseling, a doctorate in...

Photographs on display at the JANM show Japanese Americans who were detained.

‘Don’t Fence Me In’ tells the story of injustice and resilience

Willy Wang, Staff Reporter April 12, 2023

Through photographs, personal stories and artifacts, “Don’t Fence Me In: Coming of Age in America’s Concentration Camps” reveals the strength and resourcefulness of young Japanese Americans who...

Assorted Works on Paper, 1950s-1980s by Domingo Ulloa named “Father of Chicano Art.”

‘Land of Milk and Honey’ brings a deeper perspective to the relation of culture and cuisine

Jalyn Brooks, Staff Reporter April 10, 2023

“Land of Milk and Honey” is a traveling exhibit currently at the Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art, Culture & Industry of the Riverside Art Museum that serves food for thought by relating Chicano...

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