Last Wednesday, March 5th, at Moreno Valley College, the Women's "Herstory" event took place in the Assembly Room of the newly built Student Academic Services building. It featured guest speakers Dr. Diane Marsh and Dr. Elisa Franco who both spoke briefly about their own experiences working towards a career in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) field.
The semester proves to be accompanied by the usual catastrophic clump of drivers, driven to take up all available parking spaces.
The headline is quaint, whereas the situation is dire. As many students have found, the parking situation during the early major semesters, spring and fall, comes with the flurry of drivers all hoping to find a small space to temporarily claim as close as possible to the school.
At least 60% of undergrad students are working part time in order to pay their own way through school, including tuition, gas, textbooks, and room and board.
The United States Census Bureau’s report on school enrollment and work status revealed that at least 72% of undergraduate college students work while enrolled. From that 72%, at least 20% were working 35 hours or more a week.
The Psychology Club on MVC campus is a great club for many students and is reaching for those that are interested in the Psychology field. This club is out on Campus so it can benefit us students in many great ways.
A Club member Liliana Meza says “I love this club it informs you so much on things of the mind and we discuss very interesting topics.”
Karina Salcieo is 19 and president of the Puente club. She tells us that her club offers becoming one big family.
The Student Academic Services building was recently opened at Moreno Valley College around December 11, 2013, when an open-house tour took place for the students to see the inside for the first time.
On February 27th as I was walking onto school campus I noticed I was twenty minutes early for class, so I decided to smoke my vape to kill some time. As I started to inhale my “O.M.G. W.T.F.” the name of my flavor or juice as its called, a police officer from the Moreno Valley College campus informed me that smoking of any sorts is not allowed on the campus.
Moreno Valley College students, have you seen the new colors of buildings on campus? Well you are not alone. The Bookstore, the Lion’s Den, and the Student Activity Center have been recolored over the past month but what if there is a particular reason of the repainting?
Water polo through the eyes of Kevin Meza
Kevin Meza is an athlete at Valley View High School who plays water polo. Water Polo is new to Valley View and Kevin felt a need to join and be one of the first people to make history.
“When I get into the water I feel more alive.”
Arts and Entertainment
Marvel has done it yet again showing that when it comes to super hero movies, they are number one.
Thor: The Dark World brings us back to the world of Asgard where Thor, played by Chris Hemsworth, is still bringing peace to all corners of the multiverse.