Greg Beckley nominated for Moorpark’s 2015 Man of the Year award

Frank Ralph

Lieutenant Greg Beckley of the Ventura County Community College District Police Department was recently nominated for the City of Moorpark’s 2015 Man of the Year award, by the Moorpark Chamber of Commerce, Police...  Read More »

May 19, 2015 • 0 comments

Board of Trustees approved Bernard Luskin as the acting chancellor when Chancellor Jamillah Moore leaves the position.

Board approves Bernard Luskin as acting chancellor

May 13, 2015

The Ventura County Community College District Board of Trustees appointed former interim Moorpark College President Dr. Bernard Luskin as acting chancellor...  Read More »

Chancellor Jamillah Moore plans to leave the college district at the end of this fiscal year.  Photo by Samuel Mora

Chancellor will leave the college district

May 7, 2015

The chancellor of the Ventura County Community College District has returned from vacation to resume her duties, but will be leaving the district, said...  Read More »

Moorpark High School’s lockdown lifted

May 4, 2015

Moorpark High School was put on lockdown after a voicemail message threatened to harm the students and faculty, said the Sheriff's Office. According...  Read More »

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“Planets” gets an applause from out of this world

“Planets” gets an applause from out of this world

Amanda Galvez

The Moorpark College's Orchestra completed their last performance of the semester with an outstanding rendition of "Planets," one of the most difficult symphonies of all time. Accompanied by the Women's chorus,...  Read More »

May 12, 2015 • 0 comments

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California's minimum wage is not enough and should be raised.

California needs to boost minimum wage

May 15, 2015

Many working class individuals find themselves holding...  Read More »

Oblong vs Orb: America’s game is the most popular at home, but Premiership League football has worldwide appeal. Photo credit: Brian King

The orb wins worldwide battle for eyeballs

May 14, 2015

Football is America’s fall sport played on...  Read More »

California's scarce water supply is being used up partially by the major water bottle distributors which are stationed in the drought-ridden state.

Move major water bottle distributors out of California

May 14, 2015

California is in the midst of an exceptionally severe...  Read More »

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Graduates achieve a milestone

Graduates achieve a milestone

Frank Ralph

Over 1,000 students graduated from Moorpark College in a ceremony held on Thursday evening, outside the Campus Center, where speakers announced the graduates' associate's...  Read More »

May 22, 2015 • 0 comments

Freedom of speech on campus: upgrading or fading?

Freedom of speech on campus: upgrading or fading?

Justin Vigil-Zuniga

The idea of freedom of speech being nonexistent on school campuses has sparked a seminar in which professors and students discussed the state of freedom of speech.It...  Read More »

May 11, 2015 • 0 comments

Art Sale displays student talent

May 11, 2015

Moorpark College students speak with prospective universities at the 6th annual Moorpark College Transfer Social on Thursday May 7 on Raider Walk.

Music, yogurt and college reps create a vibrant transfer social

May 7, 2015

Judi Gould, Career Transfer Center Coordinator at Moorpark College, is determined to help students figure out what path they should take to selecting their careers. Photo credit: Matt Levine

Career counseling can open new doors for students

May 7, 2015

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