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Pomona’s Police Return To Schools

Gabby Flores, News Editor November 26, 2021

The Pomona City Council met on Nov. 15 to discuss whether campus police officers should return to school campuses. Following a shooting that took place near Pomona High School on Oct. 15, the city council...

Police and Campus Safety responded to the report near Building 26.

College Handles Misreported Shooter Situation

Joshua Sanchez, Editor In Chief November 22, 2021

Latest Update: Nov. 22, 8:00 a.m.: Marketing Director Uyen Mai has provided SAC.Media with further information. Members of the Mt. SAC community received an alert around 5:11 p.m. on Nov. 16 regarding...

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Students Torn Between Online, In-Person Classes

Maggie Ho November 15, 2021

After the sudden switch to online classes due to the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, students are now debating on whether to remain online or attend classes in person. Around 63% of U.S. high school students...

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Police Chief Warns of Catalytic Converter Thefts

Gabby Flores, News Editor November 12, 2021

The Mt. SAC campus community is urged to report any suspicious activity on campus due to a spike in catalytic converter thefts. Converter thefts are on the rise around the country and have been affecting...

The Pomona city council chambers remain empty as meetings continue to be held via Zoom.

Pomona City Council Considers Privatizing Waste Sources

Gabby Flores, News Editor November 7, 2021

The Pomona City Council and Housing Authority met on Zoom on Nov. 1 to discuss and approve a Mills Act contract for multiple properties located in the city. The resolution stated this was needed for properties...

Vice President of Instruction Kelly Fowler gave a report to the Board of Trustees about declining enrollment for their study session on Oct. 16.

Mt. SAC Enrollment Trends Down

Gabby Flores, News Editor October 28, 2021

Student enrollment is down at Mt. SAC as the campus takes steps to create a safe environment as the infectious delta variant takes hold. While coronavirus cases are reaching an all time low as California...

Alex Flores throwing downfield for Mt. SACs first touchdown of the game against the Riverside City Tigers on Oct. 23.

Mounties Stumble Against Tough Tigers

Diego Renteria, Sports Editor October 28, 2021

Mt. SAC Football is having a peculiar season with three wins to their name against the likes of LA Valley, Bakersfield and Saddleback College. In those games, the Mounties looked like a well-oiled machine,...

Katerina Cervantes taking a rip at El Prado Gold Course on Oct. 20.

Mounties Put Up a Fight at El Prado

Diego Renteria, Sports Editor October 25, 2021

The Mt. SAC Women’s Golf Team competed in the seventh round of the Orange Empire Conference tour on Oct. 20 at the El Prado Golf Course in Chino Hills, CA. The Mounties would be facing the likes of...

CSEA 262 Second Vice President Brandon Gillett tells the board on Oct. 13 how sitting at the negotiating table has given him the opportunity to hear the experiences of fellow unit members.

Classified Negotiations Struggles Continue

Joshua Sanchez, Editor-In-Chief October 21, 2021

After a month of pleading to the Mt. SAC Board of Trustees, conditions still have not improved for Mt. SAC's CSEA 262 unit members. Last month, CSEA 262 President Robert Stubbe came before the Board...

Kayla Allen (15) kicks the ball upfield to assist Karissa Vela (10) in her game winning goal.

Mounties Soccer Takes On Pasadena City Lancers

Christie Yeung, Gaming & Tech Editor October 19, 2021

Mt. SAC Mounties hosted the Pasadena Lancers for two close conference matches, men’s and women’s, on Oct. 15. Coming into this game with six wins in a row, Mounties men’s soccer was aiming to...

Adult Basic Education Professor Donna Necke spoke passionately at the Mt. SAC Board of Trustees meeting on Oct. 13 about how her students could not just go online with their home life and technological struggles.

Student Vaccination Requirement Starts Winter 2022, Remains Controversial

Gabby Flores, News Editor October 16, 2021

The Board of Trustees’ resolution on Aug. 13 which required students to be fully vaccinated in order to attend in-person classes for Winter 2022 and Spring 2022, has caused controversy between faculty...

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Academic Senate Found Fraudulent Enrollment Last Spring

Gabby Flores October 14, 2021

Several current students who are enrolled or trying to enroll in online and in-person classes have not been able to do so due to fraudulent enrollments, the Academic Senate found during a report on Sept....

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