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  • Raiders Win First Conference Game of the Year

    Raiders Win First Conference Game of the Year

    James Schaap

    January 21, 2017

    After an agonizingly close defeat in their first Conference game of the year to Oxnard last Saturday, the Raiders defeated Allan Hancock College in an enthralling 101-88 game on Wednesday night, Jan. 18. It was Forward, Elijah Holts, who claimed the first point with an early free throw, three minutes... READ MORE »»

    Damian Wilson, Guard, dribbles past an Allan Hancock defender near the end of the the final half. Photo credit: James Schaap

  • A Safe Place

    A Safe Place

    January 20, 2017

    A group of students and faculty took part in the nationwide Ghostlight Project on Thursday to promote unity and social justice. Attendees met outside the Performing Arts Center and gathered around a ghostlight on the eve of the presidential inauguration. “The ghostlight is supposed to be so... READ MORE »»

    Suzanne Fagan, a full time theater instructor, takes a picture of the participants of the Ghostlight Project on Thursday. The light symbolizes the safe and inclusive nature of the theater department. Photo credit: Martin Bilbao

  • Students Reflect on 2016

    Students Reflect on 2016

    Martin Bilbao

    January 14, 2017

    With the results of a controversial election and an abundance of tragedies, many on social media were quick to label 2016 as the worst year ever. Though some students on campus share that perspective, others found plenty to appreciate in their own sphere of influence. “For me, 2016 was okay," said... READ MORE »»

    Eric Litwak, 19, answers questions from Martin Bilbao, a Student Voice reporter. Litwak is concerned about the election of Donald Trump. Photo credit: James Schaap

  • Water Conservation on Campus

    Water Conservation on Campus

    John Louie Menorca

    January 10, 2017

    At Moorpark College, efforts have been underway to completely change the way water is used to irrigate the grass, trees, and all other forms of vegetation and agriculture. It may not seem that way because the grass and trees are green on the inside of campus, but the effects are noticeable on the vegetation... READ MORE »»

    As a result of efforts to conserve water, the fountain in front of Fountain Hall has been turned off and waterless for the last two years. Photo credit: John Louie Menorca

A Safe Place

A Safe Place

A group of students and faculty took part in the nationwide Ghostlight Project on Thursday to promote unity and social justice. Attendees met outside the Performing Arts Center and gathered around a ghostlight on the eve of...  Read More »

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Water Conservation on Campus

Water Conservation on Campus

January 10, 2017

At Moorpark College, efforts have been underway to completely change the way water is used to irrigate the grass, trees, and all other forms of vegetation...  Read More »

New GPS Program eases transition for incoming students.

New GPS Program eases transition for incoming students.

January 10, 2017

It’s easy to miss from the quad but just to the left of the Bookstore lies the Student Success Center. Though an unassuming temporary building, the site...  Read More »

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The Improv at Club M sparks up the holidays

The Improv at Club M sparks up the holidays

Alondra Rojas

The Film, Television and Multimedia department, along side of the Theater Arts and Music departments, came together to put on yet another night of laughs at this semester's Club M Improv show. Just a week before finals,...  Read More »

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  • ‘Student One-Acts’ review: A deeper look at ‘Bill A’ December 12, 2016
  • Millennium Pro Wrestling offers exciting entertainment for Friday nights December 12, 2016
  • Forza Horizon 3 is more than just a racing game December 8, 2016
  • Choir and orchestra have lights out performance December 7, 2016

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Watch your step: getting a better guide for Moorpark students

Watch your step: getting a better guide for Moorpark students

December 8, 2016

The transition from high school to college can be ha...  Read More »

I’m not broken and neither are you

I’m not broken and neither are you

December 6, 2016

Several weeks ago I was sitting in the office of th...  Read More »

We voted for hate and now we’re getting it

We voted for hate and now we’re getting it

December 1, 2016

    On the morning of election day,...  Read More »

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Students Reflect on 2016

Students Reflect on 2016

Martin Bilbao

With the results of a controversial election and an abundance of tragedies, many on social media were quick to label 2016 as the worst year ever. Though some students on campus...  Read More »

Jan 14 • No Comments

No plan B; a former Moorpark College student’s quest to become a world class DJ

No plan B; a former Moorpark College student’s quest to become a world class DJ

Misha Goetze

When former Moorpark College student Jeff Jesalva graduated from California Lutheran University (CLU) with a degree in psychology a few years ago, he knew his scholastic ca...  Read More »

Dec 12 • No Comments

Chalking up positivity

Chalking up positivity

December 8, 2016

Festive holiday hangouts and adventures

Festive holiday hangouts and adventures

December 8, 2016

Therapy dogs available for relief during finals week

Therapy dogs available for relief during finals week

December 7, 2016

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The student news site for Moorpark College.
The student news site for Moorpark College.