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Student Spotlight: Josselin Hernandez

Moreno Valley College campus is home to a variety of students who have accomplished marvelous feats outside of schooling; Josselin Hernandez is one those students.

Berrybean's classic latte with added flare

The MVC Coffee Bar: The Necessity for Coffee

The Student Academic Services building here on Moreno Valley College is home to an assortment of diverse academic classes, but also to a coffee bar that has yet to be opened.

In majority of cases, coffee seems to be a part of the general population's daily life, but in particular, the lives of students.

Student Spotlight: Jeanette Brooks

In 2014, there will be an estimated 1,665,540 new cancer cases diagnosed and 585,720 cancer deaths in the US. Cancer is a fatal disease that affects the lives of the millions diagnosed, but also the families of those diagnosed; Jeanette Brooks is one of those people.

A Comprehensive Look at MVC's LGBT Club

Moreno Valley College is home to a variety of clubs that engage student participation and allow student's to befriend others with a common interest, but the LGBT club in particular exceeded those expectations this semester.

The LGBT club were activists this semester, hosting a multitude of events that reached out to Moreno Valley College students.

Dracula Untold: Movie Review

This past weekend, I went to see “Dracula Untold” directed by Gary Shore in his first feature film debut, starring Luke Evans, Sarah Gadon and Dominic Cooper as Vlad Tepes, Queen Mirena and Sultan Mehmet, respectively.

Dracula Untold

The 22nd Annual Festival of Lights

The 22nd Annual Festival of Lights commenced last Friday, November 28th, showcasing an immense amount of Christmas spirit and ke

The Entrance to the Mission Inn at the Riverside Festival of Lights

Keys 4 Kids Program


The Keys for Kids program was held on Tuesday November 4, 2014 at Parkside Complex 4 from 12:50 p.m. to 1:50 p.m.

This program is usually held every Tuesday at the same time during Fall and Spring semesters.

It is a program for preschool kids from the Early Childhood Education Center, allowing them to learn more about music.

Keys 4 Kids

Dangers of Smoking and OCD

The “Dangers of Smoking and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder” Event was held on Thursday, November 13, in front of the Lion’s Den at Moreno Valley College from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.

Dangers of Smoking and OCD

ADHD Awareness

The ADHD Awareness event was held on MVC campus Tuesday, October 28, 2014 from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. MVC does not typically do this event, but it is a new event that is hosted by Active Minds club.

ADHD Awareness

Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Workshop

On Thursday October 23rd at 12:30 pm, there will be a workshop on Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence by the Lion's Den.

Stop Domestic Violence

Club Rush Event

Club Rush was held at Moreno Valley College campus during 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 4 to 6 p.m.

Club Rush Entrance

Jose Duran Retires After 23 Years at MVC

Jose Duran, a business and information systems professor, will be retiring at the end of this semester after twenty six years of working for the Riverside Community College District.

Jose Duran in his office.

Ann Pfeifle: Historian, Professor, Advisor.

Ann Pfeifle, a professor of history, has been working at Moreno Valley College for the last fourteen years. 

Pfeifle, born and raised in North Dakota, came to California for grad school.

Ann Pfeifle

Music Concert Series at the Moreno Valley College

The Moreno Valley College held a music event on Tuesday, May 27, from 12:50p.m to 1:50p.m in the Student Financial Services building, featuring Patrick Blackwell and Wayne Hinton.

Patrick Blackwell is a bass-baritone opera singer, and his partner Wayne Hinton is a skilled pianist.

Patrick Blackwell

Harvey Milk Day Celebration

Moreno Valley College’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Student Alliance, sponsored by the Multicultural Advisory Council, hosted MVC’s Sixth Annual Harvey Milk Day Celebration on May 22, from 12:50 to 1:50 PM, in order to celebrate the legacy he has on our campus. 

WASI @ Harvey Milk Day Celebration

RTA Bus Contract Revisited

Ben Clark Students Exempt From Paying Transportation Fee if RTA Contract Revisited

In April 2014, ASMVC held an election to revisit a contract with the Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) that would allow students to ride the bus for free with proper college identification and a transportation fee paid at the start of every semester.

Initially introduced in 2008, the contract that Moreno Valley College had with the RTA was discontinued in the Summer of 2013.

Laverne Cox Talks Intersection

Laverne Cox, a trans woman activist, gave a lecture in University of California, Riverside, from [7:00p.m. to 9:00p.m.], Wednesday evening, May 7th, to speak on her experience as a trans woman of color.

Laverne Cox at UCR Theater

Cinco de mayo

On May 1, 2014, Moreno Valley College celebrated Cinco de Mayo early at the Lion's Den Patio. 

This event was hosted by the Multicultural Advisory Council (MCAC), Associated Students of Moreno Valley College (ASMVC), Spanish Club, and Music Club.

Cinco de mayo event

Harvey Milk's Legacy at Moreno Valley College

Moreno Valley College will celebrate Harvey Milk’s birthday on May 22 on the Lion’s Den Patio in order to bring awareness to his legacy and impact on students. 

Sponsored by Moreno Valley College’s LGBTSA and Multicultural Advisory Council (MCAC), the school hopes to create a safe space to have openly gay speakers voice their experience in politics as an openly gay person.

Harvey Milk

Features

Student Spotlight: Josselin Hernandez

Moreno Valley College campus is home to a variety of students who have accomplished marvelous feats outside of schooling; Josselin Hernandez is one those students.

Berrybean's classic latte with added flare

The MVC Coffee Bar: The Necessity for Coffee

The Student Academic Services building here on Moreno Valley College is home to an assortment of diverse academic classes, but also to a coffee bar that has yet to be opened.

In majority of cases, coffee seems to be a part of the general population's daily life, but in particular, the lives of students.

Student Spotlight: Jeanette Brooks

In 2014, there will be an estimated 1,665,540 new cancer cases diagnosed and 585,720 cancer deaths in the US. Cancer is a fatal disease that affects the lives of the millions diagnosed, but also the families of those diagnosed; Jeanette Brooks is one of those people.

A Comprehensive Look at MVC's LGBT Club

Moreno Valley College is home to a variety of clubs that engage student participation and allow student's to befriend others with a common interest, but the LGBT club in particular exceeded those expectations this semester.

The LGBT club were activists this semester, hosting a multitude of events that reached out to Moreno Valley College students.

Dracula Untold: Movie Review

This past weekend, I went to see “Dracula Untold” directed by Gary Shore in his first feature film debut, starring Luke Evans, Sarah Gadon and Dominic Cooper as Vlad Tepes, Queen Mirena and Sultan Mehmet, respectively.

Dracula Untold

The 22nd Annual Festival of Lights

The 22nd Annual Festival of Lights commenced last Friday, November 28th, showcasing an immense amount of Christmas spirit and ke

The Entrance to the Mission Inn at the Riverside Festival of Lights

Keys 4 Kids Program


The Keys for Kids program was held on Tuesday November 4, 2014 at Parkside Complex 4 from 12:50 p.m. to 1:50 p.m.

This program is usually held every Tuesday at the same time during Fall and Spring semesters.

It is a program for preschool kids from the Early Childhood Education Center, allowing them to learn more about music.

Keys 4 Kids

Dangers of Smoking and OCD

The “Dangers of Smoking and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder” Event was held on Thursday, November 13, in front of the Lion’s Den at Moreno Valley College from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.

Dangers of Smoking and OCD

ADHD Awareness

The ADHD Awareness event was held on MVC campus Tuesday, October 28, 2014 from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. MVC does not typically do this event, but it is a new event that is hosted by Active Minds club.

ADHD Awareness

Patrice Keeton

An Unlikely Activist

“I've always been a fighter,” says Patrice Keeton, 50, and a major in Human Services.

That is exactly the impression one feels from her within minutes of meeting her.

National Congress of Black Women

Pregnancy During College

There are many people who end up pregnant while trying to get an education, which can be very stressful and overwhelming.

If you are having a hard time with your pregnancy, Moreno Valley College can help calm your nerves and can give you a place to start.

The Health Services office has packets and pamphlets with information on where to get started.

Badbadnotgood UCR Barn

Badbadnotgood

 

With a band name like BADBADNOTGOOD (BBNG), one is not quite sure what to expect during one of the jazz trio's shows.

"Relaxed", "swank", and "laid-back" are all words usually associated with a jazz concert, but nothing could have prepared us for this encounter.

Badbadnotgood

Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Workshop

On Thursday October 23rd at 12:30 pm, there will be a workshop on Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence by the Lion's Den.

Stop Domestic Violence

Ingrid Wicken MVC Cardio & Fitness Instructor

Coming to attend Moreno Valley College, students mostly think of subjects such as English, mathematics, science, and history, yet there is one simple course that relates to everyday life: physical education.

The everyday aspect of taking your health for granted and not taking the time for a simple workout can lead to plenty of health issues later on in life.

Wicken and her ski trophies

Student Summer Plans

Moreno Valley College students summer plans include a variety of activities, from going to the beach to staying home and catching up on TV shows. 

Student Study Habits


Finals are quickly approaching for Moreno Valley College students. With only a few weeks left of the spring term students are preparing themselves for the tests soon to come. Whatever they’re doing it is their best way to prepare themselves for whatever final they're going to be taking.

Student Studying

Appreciating Dr. Valerie Zapata

As teacher appreciation week is approaching soon, Dr. Valerie Zapata is a well known and not only appreciated but has become an inspiration to her students. With her vibrant smile she shows her passion not only through her teachings but through her students. 

Different generations of Puente

Moms Attending College

Not just teens but women with children attend college for a better knowledge and the opportunity to a better education.

Being a mom and attending college could be a little difficult and stressful depending on every individual’s situation. But a child is no obstacle to keep upgrading on education.

Healthy Relationships

In college, people can choose to have relationships whether it’s a significant other, friends, or family. Some people choose not to have relationships for various reasons. Others want to have relationships for many reasons.

Moreno Valley College Students

Opinions

Social Networking

Social networks can be tempting during school hours to communicate with peers and other necessities they might have. But social networking could also be a distraction.

Depending on how it’s being utilized, but sometimes they can be a helpful tool.

When they are present in class, social networks should be kept aside.

Student Views on Books

Books are important to the college lifestyle. Students need them for their classes and sometimes they just want books to read. These days students have the option to choose what kind of book they want. They can have a physical book they carry around or if they have some sort of electronic device they can download a whole book into and carry the device around.

E-Books

The Pain and Gain of Rain

Less than a month into the semester, a downpour hit the Southern Californian region and claimed it as its own. From flooding to minor evacuations, the rain failed to cease its relentless torrent. “This rain is insanity. I can’t even get to the bus stop down the street. Luckily it’s the weekend, but I hope that the rain doesn’t go into the week.

Car Fool or School Star?

In today’s economic style of living, one must choose between certain aspects of life and prioritize it, by needs and wants. A necessity is something that one needs in order to function, at least fluidly, such as a car, whereas a want, is something that one wants to attain for simple joy and pleasure, such as a brand new car or the car of one’s dreams.

Music around Campus

Moreno Valley College has been quiet lately besides the laughter and excitement of the students' voices. The campus has been missing some good wonderful music. Our campus has not had music playing on the televisions inside or outside the Lions' Den. Recently I have investigated the reason on why the school has decided to quit playing the funny, goofy, exciting music videos by MTVu.

The Teachers' Perspective on Marijauna on Campus

A few weeks ago I fought to get the students perspective on going to class high. This week I thought it was only fair to try and get a perspective from a teachers shoes . Going into this task and before getting the 411 on what teachers feel about the subject I and plenty others immediately thought the staff would be almost completely against such behavior.

Nutritional Awareness

Students at Moreno Valley College either have little time or no time at all to eat the proper way, which affects their eating habits.

Fast Food Meal

Marijuana at Moreno Valley College

When it comes to “Mary-Jane”, she can be found anywhere, used anywhere, or traced back to any type of crowd. This is possible because the marijuana user population is getting nothing but bigger. People are actually beginning to be more open about smoking weed.

College Counselors

School counselors can be a vital piece to a college student's future, but many counselors choose to make their jobs as easy as possible.

Counseling Building

I think I need a VAYKAY

The students at Moreno Valley College are barely sinking their teeth into this spring semester. We're not even close to the semester being over, but when it is, what will the students at Moreno Valley be doing over summer? The beach always sounds like a good idea, an amusement park does too and maybe visiting a foreign country.

Struggles on campus

Moreno Valley College is a campus with many students; different backgrounds, races, and struggles.

We all have a story.

The Plaza

Students Respond to the Student Academic Services Building

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.

Student Academic Services

Electronic Cigarettes on Campus

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.

No-Smoking

The Final Crunch

It’s the last week of regular class meetings until finals week here at Moreno Valley College and for some students it is the time to sit down and study for their final exams. However, that is not the case for all students.

Campus Repaint Project

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?

Clean Up Our Campus

Why is there trash all over the place on Moreno Valley College campus?

Our trash belongs in the trash cans not on the campus grounds.

We are supposed to take pride in our campus.

With the way things have been looking, it doesn’t seem that way.

We’ve been looking like we take pride in trashing Moreno Valley College.

Lab Times

Lab hours is the first topic in class each day.

It is very important that we attend our lab hours my fellow students.

Don't think for one second that lab hours don't matter because they really do.

Who cares about lab hours? Moreno Valley College does and so should you.

Who's The Bully?

"You are such a bully!"

Yes, those where my words for the first six weeks here at Moreno Valley Campus.

I always heard about bullying but I never was a part of the bullying.

And me being the type of person that I am, I just knew it could and would never happen to me.

But guess what? I was so wrong.

Who's stealing what?

While waiting in the office for the campus police to return, I met a very nice young lady by the name of Heidi Sanchez, who is a student here at Moreno Valley College majoring in Psychology. She was there to report the theft of her computer flash drive that had been stolen from her. Heidi stated that, “Yeah the pictures and movies can be replace but how I feel can’t be replaced.”

Unisex Restrooms

Recently there was a discussion on whether or not Moreno Valley College should have unisex or gender-neutral restrooms.

Men and women both need to use toilets.

Unisex restrooms allow two genders to share the same toilet, creating restrooms that people of any gender may use.

Sports

RCC Tigers (7-1) vs. Chaffey Panthers (5-3)

The powerhouse RCC Tigers with their 7-1 record head into Grigsby Field to face off against conference rival Chaffey College who post a record of 5-3. 

The last two weeks the RCC Tigers have been faced with tough competition against opponents Mt. San Antonio and Long Beach as the Tigers came out victorious in both match ups.

RCC Kicker

Football Preview: Mt.San Antonio Mounties (6-1) vs RCC Tigers (5-1)

This week the Riverside City College (RCC) Tigers Football Team will play host to Mount San Antonio Mounties in a conference showdown at Wheelock Stadium. Last year, these two teams played with the Tigers edging out Mounties in a 33-30 victory.

RCC Tigers Football

Tigers (2-0) Set to Do Battle against Grossmont (1-1)

Riverside City College's Tigers are off to another impressive football season.

The Tigers are currently 2-0 to start of the 2014 season, with wins coming against Bakersfield, in which RCC ran right through 51-3 and in an exciting game last week against Saddleback in a double overtime win 37-34.

Norco Mustangs take a Tough Loss

The girl's soccer team starts off pre-season with a 7-1 loss.

Thursday, August 28th, Norco College girls' soccer team headed out to Mt. San Antonio College for the first game of season.

After a whole summer of training two to three hours a day, the girls felt they were ready for the win.

Unfortunately, almost half of the team had obtained injuries in the previous weeks and were not capable of performing at their best.

World Cup 2014

The world cup is the event everybody is anxious for it to start because it takes place every four years, from June 12 through July 12.

It’s been four years from the last FIFA World Cup in which Spain took the trophy in South Africa, leaving them as the best of the world for these past years.

RCC Men's Soccer Coach Francisco Melgarejo

The coach of Riverside City College's men’s soccer team and ex-professional soccer player, Francisco Melgarejo, 48, tells his story of how he ended up coaching at RCC, as well as his upcoming fall season object

Coach Melgarejo

Why MVC Students Should Support the RCC Tigers' Baseball Season

Riverside City College Baseball team needs support from Moreno Valley College students on their on-going season; the drive to downtown Riverside could be worth it.

Kevin Meza's Water Polo

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.”

Riverside Tigers, Southern California Bowl Champions!

The Tigers handle the visiting Rustlers, on their way to bowl victory.
Fresh off of a victory against Mt.

Tigers Stun Mounties To Become Conference Champs

Last Season Mt San Antonio College flat out embarrassed the Riverside Tigers, beating them 25-0 to become the National Central Conference champions, and moved on to win the National Bowl.

A season later the two teams face-off once again with the conference title up for grabs, and this time a trip to the Southern California Bowl is on the line.

Tigers Turn Up The Heat At College Of The Desert With Forty Point Shut-Out Victory

Tigers pounce all over the Roadrunners and cruise to an easy win.

The Riverside Tigers made their way all the way to Palm Desert to face the Roadrunners in yet another National Central Conference game.

While the Tigers were enjoying their bye week during last Saturday’s action, College of the Desert managed to earn their first victory of the season against L.A. Harbor, a team that the Tigers dismantled in a 71-0 embarrassment back in September.

Riverside Claws Their Way To Victory During Final Seconds Of Conference Thriller

Tigers score the game-winning touchdown with just eight seconds remaining in the fourth quarter.

The Riverside Tigers pulled out a dramatic victory over the visiting Citrus College Owls, improving their overall season record to 7-1, and 4-0 in National Central Conference play.

Citrus College scored a touchdown on its opening drive of the game, but Riverside quickly responded with fourteen unanswered points of their own.

Tigers Back On The Winning Track

Riverside too much to handle for El Camino, as the Tigers win 48-25

A week after suffering their first loss of the season to unbeaten Fullerton College, the Riverside Tigers bounce back to their winning ways against the El Camino Warriors.

Tigers Succumb To Self Inflicted Wounds

Flags prove too much to overcome for Riverside

The Riverside Tigers took a trip to Fullerton College for last Saturday’s non-conference battle against the Hornets. Both teams headed into the game with a perfect record, looking to put it all on the line to remain undefeated.

Tigers Run Wild Against The Vikings

Superior rushing attack leads the way for Riverside

A 1 p.m. kickoff time did not stop the Riverside Tigers from providing fireworks on Saturday at Wheelock Field, running their way to victory against visiting Long Beach City College 42-28.

RCC Football: Tigers-Vikings Preview

A Quick Look Into Riverside's Upcoming Match

Following an effortless mauling of LA Harbor College last Saturday the Tigers look forward to a return home, to continue conference play versus the Long Beach City College Vikings.

RCC Football: Ill-Equipped LA Harbor No Match For Tigers!

Riverside Destroys Seahawks With Final Score of 71-0

 Last Saturday’s football contest at Los Angeles Harbor City College was pretty much over with the moment the Tigers first stepped foot off

RCC Tigers Hang On To Remain Unbeaten

It was the Tigers’ defense that drew first blood Saturday night at Wheelock Field, against the visiting Saddleback Gauchos.

The Best Line in Riverside

Inkonsiderate BoardShop and EpiphanSkateboard contest

Arts and Entertainment

Wild: A Film Review

The story of one woman's journey through wilderness and through tragedy, Reese Witherspoon brings an immense amount of depth and rawness to the visually striking Wild.

Wild's Theatrical Release Poster

"Jiro Dreams of Sushi": A Review

Jiro Dreams of Sushi is an American documentary film released in 2011 and directed by David Gelb.

The film follows sushi master Jiro Ono, 85 years old at the time the film was shot.

jiro

John Wick Movie Review

John Wick is definitely a must see for anyone wanting to enjoy a fresh new rejuvenation in the assassin movie genre, post-Kill Bill.

It's a commercial (if not critical) revival for actor Keanu Reeves.

John Wick

The Judge Movie Review

Both Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Duvall star in the newly released film The Judge.

Duvall is an Oscar winner for his role in Tender Mercies (1983) and noted for roles in Apocalypse Now, A Civil Action, The Great Santini, and The Godfather.

The Judge Poster

"The Simpsons Guy" Review

 

 

This past Sunday, Fox brought two of America’s favorite families and had them under the same roof for Family Guy's 13th season premiere.    

The Simpsons Guy

Upcoming Movies 2014

With all of the exciting movie sequels and new movie franchises released during the first half of the year, there is still more excitement to come.

Anticipated Movies of 2014

Rush Movie Review

Oscar winning Director Ron Howard has brought many great films to the big screen, most notably his Oscar winning film A Beautiful Mind (2001).

Rush Movie Image

Son of God: Movie Review

In a long line of Christian-based motion pictures, Son of God is the most current and is likely to be one of the most lucrative, surpassing film front-runners The Lego Movie and RoboCop.

Son of God's Theatrical Release Poster

2013 Coming to an End

New Years is fast approaching everyone, and how does Moreno valley College students feel about it? Or how do they feel about this year that is about to pass?
 
Bonnie Baney said, " I love the different celebrations around the world, it's different and wonderful.

Comikaze!

Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo, a convention featuring popular comic books, anime, gaming, sci-fi, fantasy, and horror, was held from November 1st to November 3rd at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Thor: The Dark World Movie Review

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.

Bad Grandpa Movie Review

The makers of Jackass have done it yet again by bringing us another one of their truly funny movies in which Johnny Knoxville has brought to life one of his mini skits from his other Jackass movies

Riverside City ArtWalk

 

Riverside's Second Annual Long Night of Arts and Innovation was held in downtown Riverside on October 10th, 2013. This video report is presented by Damion Phillips and the Shorter brothers, Nicholas and William.

 

Fall Festival at the Cottonwood Golf Course

On October 31, the Cottonwood Golf Course held a Fall Festival for all the kids. About 100 people attended the event.

OASIS Community Church Fright Night

          Halloween has come and gone as the young and the old get ready for a month of thankfulness, but before anyone can move on to the next  holiday, lets reflect on October 31, 2013.

House Of Clowns

This year Moreno Valley hosted the House of Clowns for the years frightening maze.

It was hosted on Cottonwood at the Moreno Valley golf center.

This event was not recommended for ages seven and under because they believed it was too frightening.

What Does Halloween Mean For You?

Halloween is just around the corner and students of Moreno Valley College are getting ready to celebrate; however, not everyone celebrates Halloween in the same way or celebrates it at all.

Huge fashion trade show goes down in Las Vegas!

Brand names from all over the world showcased their new merchandise at the Magic Trade Show in Las Vegas on February 19th through the 21st.

Iron Man 3 Movie Review

 

Iron Man 3 surpasses expectations and quality of the second film in the series. It has compelling characters and a great plot. It’s definitely a great start for summer movies, and a better film being released is very unlikely in the coming months.

Iron Man 3, in theaters near you! Photo courtesy of www.scifimania.com

Men's Shamrocks Fashion Inspiration

"Green Is Your Luck"

 At Moreno Valley College, Saint Patrick's Day inspires us all to wear green. Leprechauns, Shamrocks, and drinking beers are entertaining, but they're not the only way to show off your Saint Patrick's Day spirit.

Men's Shamrocks Fashion Inspiration

Latest Stories

Dracula Untold: Movie Review
Regan Smith
Posted: December 8, 2014
ADHD Awareness
Salma Khan
Posted: December 8, 2014
The 22nd Annual Festival of Lights
Daniel Huecias
Posted: December 7, 2014
Keys 4 Kids Program
Salma Khan
Posted: December 7, 2014
Dangers of Smoking and OCD
Salma Khan
Posted: December 7, 2014
Student Spotlight: Josselin Hernandez
Daniel Huecias
Posted: December 7, 2014
A Comprehensive Look at MVC's LGBT Club
Daniel Huecias
Posted: December 7, 2014
Student Spotlight: Jeanette Brooks
Daniel Huecias
Posted: December 7, 2014
The MVC Coffee Bar: The Necessity for Coffee
Daniel Huecias
Posted: December 7, 2014
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Workshop
Regan Smith
Posted: December 7, 2014
Wild: A Film Review
Daniel Huecias
Posted: December 7, 2014
Nightcrawler: A Film Review
Daniel Huecias
Posted: December 5, 2014
Football Preview: Citrus Owls (3-6) vs. RCC Tigers (8-1)
Robert Cline
Posted: November 29, 2014
MVC Royalty Crowned
Patricia Landolt
Posted: November 29, 2014
MVC Hosts Native American Celebration
Patricia Landolt
Posted: November 29, 2014

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