Professor Andrea Sunnaa hosting an ESL grammar game event.

Language Learning Center welcomes foreign language enthusiasts

Brittany Montiel, Staff Reporter September 7, 2023

Mt. SAC students can learn a foreign language thanks to the Language Learning Center, an interactive and event-filled program promoting connectedness and technological literacy. “Anyone in the community...

Service dog taking a break. Via Jami430/Wikimedia Commons.

Not just a friend but a helping hand

Brittany Montiel, Staff Reporter August 7, 2023

As the sun peaked through her curtains, Kayla Cortez awakened, stretched her arms above her head and went to get ready for the day. She attempted to swing her legs over the side of the bed but felt the...

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...

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...

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”...

A student needing fuel to study for finals.

Foods for those on the go

Delila Grubaugh, Features Editor June 10, 2023

Being a college student can sometimes mean making sacrifices of health and well-being, especially when it comes to eating habits. Per an Intelligent survey, nearly a third of college students admit to...

Group photo with author Vibiana Aparicio (third from the right). Via El Centro.

El Centro celebrates Latinidad cultures

Emily Fernandez, News Editor June 2, 2023

On May 11, El Centro hosted Suelta la Sopa: Open Mic, an event where anyone could sign up and read poems, tell stories and sing. Many people attended the event including the author of “Chicana on...

A Pride parade being held that  celebrates queer identity. Via EmrahZ/Wikmedia Commons

5 ways to celebrate Pride this year

Delila Grubaugh, Features Editor June 1, 2023

After countless attacks on the queer community in this year alone, a queer identifying person might feel underrepresented and maybe even ashamed of their identity. In a time of regressive politics and...

Mt. SAC Early College Academy website.

Mt. SAC Early College Academy: Safe, small and exclusive

Gilbert Mata, Staff Reporter May 31, 2023

Tucked away off Rio Verde Drive in West Covina, California, sits Mt. SAC Early College Academy, where students can earn college credit while completing high school. Students who wish to enroll must...

I am not a “model minority.” I am me.

I am not a “model minority.” I am me.

Ehvan Fennell, Life & Culture Editor May 30, 2023

The month of May is Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. It recognizes the influence of Asian American and Pacific Islander culture, history and achievements across the United States. In...

Part 1: Who let the pets out?

Part 1: Who let the pets out?

Ehvan Fennell, Lifestyle and Culture Editor May 24, 2023

Pets are treated as if they were members of the family – and that's because they are. Even if there are security cameras stationed to monitor the pet’s every move to prevent them from destroying...

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...

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