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Academic Senate addresses recent concerns surrounding racial intolerance and sexual harassment

Academic Senate addresses recent concerns surrounding racial intolerance and sexual harassment

Brisa Gutierrez, Social Media Manager December 7, 2022

The Academic Senate met Dec. 1, where members spoke about condemning antisemitism reaffirming anti-racism, supporting Associated Students and rebuking sexual harassment. The Associated Students are...

Covina-Valley Unified rally against district resolved

Covina-Valley Unified rally against district resolved

Delila Grubaugh, News Editor December 2, 2022

To voice their dissent regarding low wages and Covina-Valley Unified School District’s plan to put a hard cap on health benefits, teachers and those in support from the district had organized a strike. The...

Former Mt. SAC employee identified as suspect in killing of campus driver

Former Mt. SAC employee identified as suspect in killing of campus driver

Bryan Jimenez, Editor in Chief December 1, 2022

This story was updated at 7:20 p.m. on Dec. 2. The suspect behind yesterday's fatal pedestrian-vehicle collision has been identified as 38-year-old former Mt. SAC employee and student James E. Milliken,...

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Preview: Mt. SAC’s GameFest to showcase animation and gaming projects

Eddie Ursua, Staff Reporter November 27, 2022

Mt. SAC’s Animation and Gaming program will come together on Tuesday, Nov. 29, in Building 13 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for GameFest, an annual campus event that showcases the programs and puts a spotlight...

Wolff (left) ran for city council District 4, while Diaz (right) is the Mayor Pro Tem and is set to take office as Mayor following Councilman Dario Castellanos departure from office. (Photos courtesy Yara Wolff for West Covina and the City of West Covina)

Tension flares in West Covina following elections

Ruben Montoya, Opinion Editor November 25, 2022

Since the conclusion of the 2022 election season, conflicts have risen inside of West Covina City Council, primarily surrounding Mayor Pro Tem Rosario Diaz and her husband William Elliott’s conduct and...

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Bob Iger appointed as CEO of Disney once again

Delila Grubaugh, News Editor November 24, 2022

Chief executive officer of The Walt Disney Co. Bob Chapek has stepped down from the position, opening the space for former CEO Bob Iger to succeed. This decision was made by The Walt Disney Co. Board....

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Los Angeles County recommends indoor masking

Gabby Flores, Staff Reporter November 19, 2022

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is recommending that people wear masks while indoors as the county sees an increase in COVID-19 cases. While there is currently no official mask mandate,...

Ollie Cantos (pictured) secures victory after a contested open seat election, as current Mayor Dario Castellanos opted out of seeking reelection earlier this year. Courtesy photo.

Disability rights advocate Ollie Cantos declares victory in District 4

Ruben Montoya, Opinion Editor November 18, 2022

Ollie Cantos, the Filipino American West Covina native best known for his record of working in Washington D.C., declared his victory in the West Covina City Council District 4 election, beating out his...

Maria Hernandez Figueroa with student during 2021 EOPS/CARE Baby Pop-up.

CARE program and CalWORKS to host EOPS/CARE Baby Pop-up

Delila Grubaugh, News Editor November 17, 2022

This Friday, Mt. SAC’s EOPS/CARE program will be hosting EOPS/CARE Baby Pop-up, an event that is in the form of a donation drive and pick up, will be making its second appearance at Mt. SAC and will...

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West Covina election update: Wu, Cantos maintain leads, on track to secure seats

Ruben Montoya, Opinion Editor November 13, 2022

Editor's note: On Nov. 10, a SAC.Media article incorrectly stated that the West Covina election had ended and prematurely declared victors. The story has since been retracted. Vote counting continues...

Tazbah Chavez speaks at Mt. SAC

Student Equity Speaker Series: Tazbah Chavez discusses her roots and writing inspiration

Bryan Jimenez, Editor in Chief November 11, 2022

On Nov. 1, as part of Mt. SAC’s Student Equity Speaker Series, Tazbah Chavez, who has directing and writing credits on the film “Your Name Isn’t English” and shows “Reservation Dogs,” “Rutherford...

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Chino Hills discusses unsafe driving, new policies

Jael Parker, Staff Reporter November 9, 2022

During the Oct. 25 Chino Hills City Council meeting, the issue of speeding on Pipeline Avenue and the adoption of policies that give the council access to funds for community organizations was discussed. During...

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