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OC Fair Drive-Thru Experience and Review

Graphic by Delilah Perez/SAC.Media

Delilah Perez, Arts & Entertainment Editor

September 18, 2020

SAC Media’s Arts and Entertainment editor, Delilah Perez gives an inside look at the OC Fair Food Drive-Thru from the comfort, and safety, of her car. Perez tries various foods from different vendors such as Hawaiian Chicken Bowls, Cathy’s Cookies, and more. She shares her experience on this event...

Starting College is Tough Enough, but the Class of 2020 Barely Even Got To Graduate

Graphic by Abraham Navarro/SAC.Media.

Vanessa Feliciano, Campus Features Editor

September 11, 2020

Starting college can be challenging, but starting college during a global pandemic can feel next to impossible. For Vivian Soza, Edward Zhang, An Ha, and Mehak Verma, making the transition from high school to college has not been an easy one. All four say that COVID-19 has not only altered their college...

Mental Health Withers With Us While COVID Carries On

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Jaylen Minnich Hall, Community Features Editor

September 11, 2020

As we pass the six-month mark of COVID-19 lockdown measures, many are struggling with their mental health as a result of the ongoing extension of social distancing measures and confinement. According to a study in The Lancet, “Confinement, loss of usual routine, and reduced social and physical contact wi...

Pregnancy in Time of COVID-19

Photo illustration by Vanessa Feliciano/SAC.Media

Vanessa Feliciano, College Life Editor

September 3, 2020

When 19-year-old sociology major Samantha Puerto looked down at her positive pregnancy test she didn’t know that just three months later a global pandemic would severely derail her plans. Puerto’s pregnancy experience has been far from traditional due to COVID-19. When most women find out they're...

New Student Life Center Expected for 2022

The fall of the WOW Cafe from Mt. SAC Building 26D to make room for the new student center. Photo credit: Abraham Navarro/SAC.Media.

Dalton Henderson

December 4, 2019

The current Student Life Center, located in Building 9C, is open to all students Mondays to Fridays where students can go to relax, study or do homework. In just a few years, a brand new center will be built and opened on campus that will be an expansion to the current Student Life Center. This new...

Graduation to be Held On Campus Again

Scoreboard under construction at Hilmer Lodge Stadium, which opens in Spring 2020. Photo by Mychal Corbin/SAC.Media

Andre Tinoco

November 28, 2019

Mt. SAC’s 2020 graduation is set to be held at Hilmer Lodge Stadium, the school’s athletic stadium, but faculty are not required to attend ceremonies this year. “Because of the move off-campus to Ontario, we signed a temporary agreement to make it voluntary for faculty to attend graduation,”...

The Rough Roots Of Thanks-taking

Dr. April Tellez speaks on Nov. 19, at the Thanks-Taking feast shedding light on the real “magic” of Thanksgiving for El Centro. Photo. credit: Joshua Sanchez/SAC.Media.

Joshua Sanchez

November 28, 2019

Behind the turkeys and commercialization lies a history wrapped in blood, doctored up with smiles and sold to the American public as a great holiday of sharing. If someone takes just one of history professor April Tellez’s classes, they will learn the real history behind several events that have been...

Mt. SAC Koi Pond

Koi Pond at Mt. SAC. Photo by Doug de Wet/SAC Media.

Dalia Quiroz, Doug de Wet, and Alex Haberman

October 19, 2019

Peace and tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of school life is easily found on the north-east side of campus, past the bridge on Bonita Drive. The calming sounds of the running pond, crunching gravel beneath visitors' feet, and soft bird calls give visitors a place to unwind without ever leaving...

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