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Board President Jay Chen discusses how important this resolution is to the safety of the campus on Aug. 13.

College Approves Vaccination, Weekly Testing Options For Fall

Joshua Sanchez, Editor in Chief August 16, 2021

Following a passionate four hour meeting on Aug. 11, the board took under an hour on Aug. 13 to give the campus a clear message that they heard faculty concerns. In continuation of the apology to counselors...

President William Scroggins engages in a dialogue with Vice President of Administrative Services Morris Rodrigue regarding campus safety protocols at the Mt. SAC Board of Trustees meeting on Aug. 12.

College Verbally Commits To Safety First For Counseling

Joshua Sanchez, Editor in Chief August 13, 2021

After heavy criticism of the campus' general plan for returning to campus, six faculty members who specialize in counseling brought forth a specific concern to the board. In a side letter agreement penned...

Mt. SAC Baseball gathers near the home dugout at Mazmanian Field on Saturday, March 31, 2018. Photo Credit: John Athan.

Baseball Back in The Swing of Things

Henry Martinez June 15, 2021

After a tumultuous past year and against all odds, Mt. SAC Baseball put on a competitive season that showcased the future of the program. The Mounties were able to complete 28 games with nearly 80 percent...

Rowland High School Football Practice

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...

Here's What it's Like to Get the Vaccine

Here’s What it’s Like to Get the Vaccine

Cesar Gonzalez, Opinion Editor March 8, 2021

In December of last year, the COVID-19 vaccine was approved for immediate use for those in need. Since then, there have been three vaccines in total made available for distribution by Moderna, Pfizer and...

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...

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...

Senior citizen Cesar Sabino, 66, is wearing his mask with a message–maskne is something that is hard to ignore and cannot be missed. Photo by Cesar Gonzalez/SAC.Media.

OPINION: We Can Wear The Masks and Hate The Maskne

Cesar Gonzalez, Opinion Editor February 3, 2021

Nothing is more annoying than having to wear a mask constantly, nothing except mask-acne or more commonly known as “maskne.” If you’re wondering what maskne is, it’s exactly what you think it is!...

By U.S. Secretary of Defense

LA County Begins Distributing Vaccinations

Christie Yeung, Gaming & Tech Editor January 18, 2021

Los Angeles County is the first county in the United States to reach more than 1 million COVID-19 cases. As of Jan. 17, there have been 1,014,662 cases and 13,848 recorded deaths. On Jan. 16, the Los...

Where are the Free Access Textbooks?

Where are the Free Access Textbooks?

Christie Yeung, Gaming & Tech Editor January 16, 2021

Because of the pandemic and transition to online learning, many students were given free eBook access in spring 2020. But Mt. SAC President and CEO Bill Scroggins said Mt. SAC never provided free textbooks...

Mt. SAC players huddling up before facing off against Fullerton.

Top 8 Plays From the 2019 Football Season

Jesse Espitia, Sports Editor December 9, 2020

With the 2020 football season being delayed until February of 2021, the excitement that is Mt. SAC football has been put on the shelf until after Christmas. Last year's season ended without a state championship,...

Graphic by Isaac Le/SAC.Media.

Being a Student, Parent, and Teacher in One

Vanessa Feliciano, Features Editor November 9, 2020

You sit down to write an essay and as your computer opens, your child screams your name and asks for help on a math problem you haven't looked at since you were their age. After Google helps you answer...

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