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Get to Know your SOMOS Team

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Delilah Perez, Esmeralda Torres, Cynthia Macias, and Vanessa Feliciano

August 24, 2020

Watch an introduction to SAC.Media's new SOMOS team as they discuss their favorite memories, the true meaning of success and this years goals for SOMOS.  

SAC Sidelines Stays Home: Episode 1

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Brigette Lugo, Eric Tadeo, and Jesse Espitia

April 22, 2020

SAC Sidelines is chatting with Mt. SAC athletes, from home! For our first episode, we talk to Hope Kakihara and Taylor Shelby from the women’s basketball team about their exceptional season being cut short, what quarantine has been like for them and test them on who knows the other (and their team)...

Cultures Mix and Mingle on Cultural Dance Day

Dance teams practice Chinese ribbon dance during International Cultural Exchange Day. Photo Credit: Shannon Carter/SAC.Media

Shannon Carter

February 20, 2020

Mt. SAC’s dance department hosted an International Cultural Exchange Day on Feb. 11, where 35 students from Taiwan visited the campus and toured the performing arts centers. The day started with a tour through the Sophia B. Clarke Theater, as well as the dance and pilates studios, followed by a master...

Digging for Treasure, Part 5

Photo illustration by Destany Anderson/SAC.Media.

Chris Jones

December 6, 2019

To say that there are a lot of games out there would be the understatement of the century. So many games come out each year that it’s impossible to keep up with them all; meaning that many of them fly under the radar. There’s also the matter of older games being forgotten simply because younger generations...

Digging for Treasure, Part 4

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Chris Jones

December 5, 2019

To say that there are a lot of games out there would be the understatement of the century. So many games come out each year that it’s impossible to keep up with them all, meaning that many of them fly under the radar. There’s also the matter of older games being forgotten simply because younger generations...

SACDAWGS: Vegas Born, Desert Tough

SACDAWGS: Vegas Born, Desert Tough

Brigette Lugo

November 28, 2019

Correction, Nov. 27: An earlier version incorrectly said Jonathan Schofield is a running back. Schofield is a wide receiver. Family, faith, and football. Nevada-born wide receiver Jonathan Schofield holds these three elements of his life close. Schofield has built his strength not only physically, as is ...

SACDAWGS Rachaad White: From Broken Bones to Bruin

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Brigette Lugo, Jesse Espitia, and Eric Tadeo

November 13, 2019

Broken bones. Lack of recognition. Uncertainty. These are the kinds of things that might discourage some individuals, but for 20-year-old running back Rachaad White, it lit a fire. His journey of pain and passion from Kansas City to Los Angeles was one that motivated him to land where he stands now:...

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...

Mt. SAC Demonstration Garden

Demonstration Garden at Mt. SAC. Photo by Doug de Wet/SAC Media.

Doug de Wet, Dalia Quiroz, and Alex Haberman

October 19, 2019

Immediately north of the koi pond lie a variety of gardens managed by the horticulture department on campus. From cacti to ferns, each area is carefully tended to by students and faculty. Some of the gardens are even accented by rustic tables and gazebos, making them a perfect place to relax. In this...

SACDAWGS SZN 2: Trust the Process

Malaki Thompson, 20, at practice

Andres Soto

November 22, 2018

Malaki Thompson is no stranger to adversity. Growing up in American Samoa, Thompson has been through it all and has never faltered in his faith, which eventually led him to Mt. San Antonio College.

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