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Versus the Limit Barbershop – a source of second chances

Niko Padilla, Staff Reporter November 29, 2023

The smell of aftershave, buzzing, clipping, hot towels, soft leather chairs, massagers, music and a classic vibe is what patrons will find at one of Walnut’s newest barbershops, Versus the Limit. This...

Illustration by Anthony Solorzano

How Native Americans observe Thanksgiving

Matthew Alberto, Staff Reporter November 22, 2023

American history has misrepresented the origin and historical accounts of the first Thanksgiving for centuries. The narrative ingrained in American folklore and mythology is problematic to many Native...

Mt. SAC veterans enjoy breakfast hosted by the Veterans Resource Center.

Service. Honor. Respect.

Gil Mata, News Editor November 15, 2023

On Nov. 8, the Veterans Resource Center hosted a breakfast to salute those who have answered the call in the service of our country. Current students, alumni, staff and members of the Board of Trustees...

Dr. Anthony Ocampo addressing his audience at the beginning of the Student Equity Speaker Series.

Navigating the intersection of identities

Ehvan Fennell, Features Editor October 25, 2023

Life is a culmination of different cultures, traditions, past trauma, laughter and every other emotion previously thought and acted on by our past ancestors, intersecting innate characteristics we have...

Larkin Lee Jr. looks at his phone while sharing thoughts on hair discrimination.

Recent lawsuits challenge racist policies

Gil Mata, News Editor October 24, 2023

Students across the country continue to face discrimination and disciplinary actions from their schools due to dress code violations concerning their hair, despite recent laws passed to protect them from...

Photo courtesy of House of Ruth

Shelter. Security. Hope.

Gil Mata, News Editor October 16, 2023

Fear, darkness, and a restless existence are some of the many experiences domestic violence survivors endure each day. Oftentimes alone with their abuser — unseen and unheard. For a few young women,...

Freshly baked Pan Dulche with sweet, juicy filling.

Pan Dulce!

Stephanie Cardenas, Staff Reporter October 13, 2023

It’s Latin Heritage Month. Pan Dulce comes in various forms. Conchas are a colorful cinnamon bread that is shaped like a shell. Empanadas are a Spanish bread that is a staple food with various fillings...

Tesla Model 3 complete with functionality hidden behind a sleek touchscreen interface, a headache-inducing acceleration pedal and a hidden gearshift.

Opinion: Teslas are poorly designed

Adam Young, Editor in Chief October 12, 2023

Teslas are a poorly designed, hot mess of a car that feels like it was engineered by somebody who has never driven a car and doesn’t know how to make one functional. I test-drove the Tesla Model 3...

Preparing a charcuterie board with a glass of wine is a great way to unwind and get to know yourself.

Master the art of dating yourself

Bianca Arteaga, Staff Reporter October 11, 2023

A perfect way to refocus on all of life’s distractions is to date yourself. Dating yourself may sound weird but it can reinforce the idea that there is beauty behind understanding your true nature and...

Kids playing at the playground.

Glendora Unified School District motion to vote on controversial “Forced Outing” legislation

Jacob Bertram, Staff Reporter October 9, 2023

The Glendora Unified School District Board of Education met Monday, Sept. 25 to discuss motioning to agenda a vote on adopting a controversial bill that would essentially "out" trans students to their...

The Panana Talent Stage for the talent show.

Embracing Tradition: Mt.SAC’s Mid-Autumn Festival unites community in celebration

Ehvan Fennell, Features Editor October 5, 2023

The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival, brought families, friends and the community together for a weekend event to rejoice at Mt. SAC. After reserving a free ticket online for the...

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Several things to consider when traveling outside of the US

Ehvan Fennell, Features Editor October 4, 2023

The thought of traveling to a nearby state or a distant country could be challenging and sometimes scary to the inexperienced. However, travelers could learn a lot by experiencing the food, people, history...

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