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Reopening the Happiest Place on Earth

Gwynnevere De La Cruz, Contributing Writer April 12, 2021

This past year has not been fairytales and full of “Adventure is out there!” vibes but with Disney reopening an adventure to infinity and beyond is feasible. After a year with no magical firework...

Luis Mendoza receives his vaccine at Mt. SAC on April 8 2021. Photo credit: Abraham Navarro/SAC.Media.

State Vaccinations Open Next Week

Jaylen Minnich Hall, News Editor April 9, 2021

California has announced that every resident 16 and up will be able to receive the Coronavirus vaccine starting April 15. Right now most of the state is only allowing essential workers, high risk individuals,...

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OPINION: Why Should I go Back On Campus?

Abraham Navarro, Editor-in-Chief March 30, 2021

It isn’t ever going to be safe enough to return to campus. People going back into public spaces like schools and movie theaters marks the return of our shared American pastime: mass shootings. Being...

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Editor’s Favorite Hispanic Restaurants

Vanessa Feliciano, Campus Features Editor March 11, 2021

  From morning tamales to late night tacos, food has always been a big part of Hispanic culture. Since the pandemic started in March, small businesses have been struggling to keep afloat, including...

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Another Stimulus Check is on the Way!

Jaylen Minnich Hall, News Editor March 10, 2021

This morning the U.S. House of Representatives passed Biden’s COVID-19 relief bill, known as the American Rescue Plan, with a 220-211 vote. President Joe Biden will sign the bill into legislation on...

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Rowland High School Football Set to Kickoff Later This Month

Eric Tadeo March 10, 2021

John A. Rowland High School’s football program is among others in the region that have begun practicing in preparation for their return to the gridiron, with Rowland High School set to face Diamond Bar...

OPINION: Biden’s Broken Promises Leave a Trail of Broken Hearts

OPINION: Biden’s Broken Promises Leave a Trail of Broken Hearts

Kristen Sanchez, Features Editor March 8, 2021

In the realm of politics, broken promises and empty gestures are fairly common, and Joe Biden is no different. For Bush it was no new taxes, for Nixon it was ending the Vietnam War, and for Carter it was...

Mounties Unlimited – The 2019-20 Women’s Basketball Team

John Athan March 5, 2021

Whether it is on the gridiron, the diamond or hallowed grounds, we find passion in the games and competitions we are part of. This past year has changed the world completely and tested our human capacity...

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Academic Senate Planning for Fall 2021 On Campus

Jaylen Minnich-Hall, News Editor March 5, 2021

Yesterday the Academic Senate held their regularly scheduled meeting via zoom, where they discussed the fall semester schedule and a new ethnic studies requirement. The Student Preparation Equity and Achievement...

Mt. SAC Softball back in action. Photo Credit: Mychal Corbin @shotstotheheart

Mt. SAC Opts-In for Spring Sports

John Athan, Sports Editor March 2, 2021

Update: March 2, 2021, 2:59 p.m. Nearly 80 percent of baseball programs in Southern California opted out for a possible return to play this year, leaving only 22 colleges with baseball programs preparing...

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Academic Senate Nervous for Return to Campus

Jaylen Minnich-Hall, News Editor March 1, 2021

On Thursday, the Academic Senate Executive Board held their regularly scheduled meeting via zoom. Possible strategies for graduation, distanced learning for fall semester and recording lectures were the...

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Vaccine Rollout Aids in Return to Campus

Kristen Sanchez, Features Editor February 22, 2021

As COVID-19 vaccines roll out more details about the return to in-person classes in the fall unfold but many specifics are subject to change and continue to be under controversy. “Mt. SAC is planning...

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