These Four Online Quizzes Predict Your Political Lean

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Monica Inouye, Politics Editor

September 24, 2020

With a big presidential election coming up, you’re likely hearing more political rhetoric on your TV and you’re probably seeing more lawn signs on your neighbors’ yards. What’s more noticeable is that you’re probably seeing your friends, family and acquaintances on social media revealing their...

Some Coaches Want Sports Back on Campus- The Answer Isn’t Exactly No

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Katie Priddy, Managing Editor

September 24, 2020

In July 2020, amid California’s Stay At Home Orders, the California Community College Athletic Association announced a Contingency Plan in which fall athletics would be postponed until spring 2021. Sports such as football, cross country, women’s golf and any other sport that was expected to pl...

What RBG’s Death Means for the Future of the Supreme Court

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Monica Inouye, Politics Editor

September 23, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second female justice ever appointed to the Supreme Court, died Friday due to complications of cancer at the age of 87 in her family home. She was known as the most liberal justice and is famous for her powerful dissenting opinions throughout her 27 years on the court. Ginsburg...

Chris Evans Accidentally Leaked His Own Nudes…and People Aren’t Mad About It

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Amber Ortiz, Pop Editor

September 23, 2020

Chris Evans took the internet by storm when he accidentally posted a video on his Instagram story. On Sept. 14, the actor posted a screen-recording of his camera roll that contained a not so safe for work photo. It stayed on his feed for four minutes before he took it down, but that didn’t stop...

Mulan: A $30 Flop

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Delilah Perez, Culture Editor

September 22, 2020

Disney's recent release of the live-action remake of "Mulan," directed by Niki Caro, follows 2020s major theme. Disappointment. Although the film was initially set to premiere in March, it was pushed back due to COVID-19. With guidelines in place to stem COVID-19 infections, theaters had to close, which...

7 Ways You Can Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month Virtually

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Esmeralda Torres, Somos Editor

September 22, 2020

According to the U.S Census Bureau, the Hispanic population of the U.S. is 60.6 million as of July 1, 2019, 18.5% of the nation’s population. What began as Hispanic Heritage Week in 1968 has turned into an entire month-long celebration since former President Ronald Regan issued the proclamation in...

With a Year of Online Learning In Sight, Some Students Have Recognized the Blessing Behind the Curse

The Cal Poly Pomona campus remains empty as quarantine measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 wear on. Photo by Isaac Le/SAC.Media

Kristen Sanchez, Community News Editor

September 22, 2020

Barren hallways, lifeless courtyards and abandoned classrooms. This is what many campuses will continue to look like for the foreseeable future after the Chancellor of California State Universities, Timothy P. White announced in a letter sent out on Sept. 10, that Cal States will be continuing virtual instruction for the Spri...

Join-a-Club Kicked Off Fall as Usual- This Time Fully Online.

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Vanessa Feliciano, Campus Features Editor

September 21, 2020

On Sept. 15 and 16 more than 20 Mt. SAC clubs joined the Inter-Club Council to participate in Mt. SAC’s biannual Join-A-Club event. Join-A-Club is an event in which students are presented active clubs on campus and allows interested students to speak with current members to see if they want to sign...

Editorial: We Support Student Journalists

Pablo Unzueta, left, and Julianna Lacoste, middle, stand handcuffed outside the booking station after their arrest while covering a demonstration Sept. 8. Credit: Julianna Lacoste

Abraham Navarro, Editor in Chief

September 21, 2020

Student journalists are legitimate members of the press and should be respected as such, regardless of age, gender or experience. In journalism, students are thrust into the harsh realities of the real world to work in one of the most important careers today, despite some members of the public and law...

Bobcat Fire at 15 Percent Containment

The Bobcat Fire sends a plume of smoke into the sky on Sept. 18, 2020 as evacuation mandates are put into place. Photo courtesy of Jorge Navarro Sr.

Katie Priddy, Managing Editor

September 18, 2020

Although there has yet to be one home that has succumbed to the blaze of the Bobcat fire, there are many efforts being made to help those who need to evacuate their homes and prevent the spread of the fire into the foothill communities as well as the Mt. Wilson Observatory. The fire, which has been...

A New Old Way To View Movies During Covid-19

Box office at Mission Tiki on Sept. 8, 2020. Photo Credit: Jaylen Minnich/Sac.Media

Jaylen Minnich Hall, Community Features Editor

September 18, 2020

It's dusk as you enter a line of cars all eager to get their tickets. Music plays out of open windows as people reach to put on their mask before approaching the box office. A friendly smile that can only be seen on the eyes approaches the car to ask what movie you’d like to attend and gives you a...

7 Most Iconic Memeable Moments from Keeping Up With The Kardashians

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Amber Ortiz, Pop Editor

September 18, 2020

After 20 seasons on air, “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” has officially come to an end. The Kardashian-Jenner clan announced on Sept. 8 that the show’s final season will air in early 2021. It’s been a long, dramatic and emotional journey with the Kardashian-Jenner family. From eating salads...

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