Student Voice

Grand Jury explains the judiciary

By Ryan Krebs

October 22, 2008


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 Visiting a prison and writing a report on its quality may not seem like a great way to spend a day but for members of the Ventura County Grand Jury, it is just part of the job. Grand Jury member Bob Engler spoke about the duty and responsibilities of the jury with fellow member Walter Gause to...

Ventura College Briefs

By Rachael Claflin Brenda Pena

October 22, 2008


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World Music Days at Ventura CollegeFive musicians were on stage most of the evening for the Daniel Pearl World Music Days final concert on Sunday, Oct. 12, in Ventura College Theatre. All of them were good, but one soared above others. Janice Foy, cello, began the concert with Rhapsody Concertante for C...

George Orwell’s novel ‘1984’ comes to life at VC art exhibit

By Jasmine Beaghler, Stephanie Simonson, Jack Sanchez

October 22, 2008


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The cultural palate of Ventura College was refreshed Oct. 9 in Gallery 2 where Ann Bittl displayed an exotic world art collection. In the New Media Gallery, faculty and students showcased their interpretations of George Orwell's novel "1984."The artists reception that evening for the two exhibits drew a la...

Film Festival to give OC students a taste of guerilla film making

By Brennan Whitmore and Brennan Whitmore

October 16, 2008


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As the preparations for Oxnard College's Youth Digital Film Festival enters the final stages of production, Festival Director with Oxnard College Television (OCTV) Kitty Merrill is hoping the event will give future directors life skills other than how to make a good flick."Once you know how to wrangle...

Oxnard College heralds the call of the ‘Arts for Action’ for speaker series

By Nicholas Lippman

October 16, 2008


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Creativity and public service converged Wednesday at Oxnard College, as part of the OC Speakers Series.A group of local community organizers gave a lecture on the need for students to become involved in their communities and be informed of important issues that directly affect the individual lives of...

Fire and wind blow smoke near campus

Fire and wind blow smoke near campus

October 12, 2008


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Smoke from the Porter Ranch fire blew alarmingly close to Moorpark College today.As of now, campus will be open for classes tomorrow, Vice President of Business Services Ray DiGuilio said. The college website will be updated Tuesday morning at 8 a.m. for the final word on whether or not classes will r...

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By Morbi Euismod

October 8, 2008


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By Cras Egestas

October 8, 2008


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ASG Live! hosts County Supervisor candidates

By Jeremy Zeller

October 7, 2008


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Oxnard College hosted a debate on Monday for the two candidates vying for a seat on the Ventura County Board of Supervisors from the 5th district, which includes Oxnard.ASG Live, a forum held by the student government at OC, had incumbent John Flynn and Oxnard city councilman John Zaragoza answered ...

Goldwater Jr. visits former US Congress District Moorpark

Goldwater Jr. visits former US Congress District Moorpark

By Kenneth McWaid

October 7, 2008


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Bailing out Wall Street at taxpayer expense is morally irresponsible. This is what Congressman Barry Goldwater emphasized in his lecture at Moorpark College Monday Oct. 6. Former Congressman of the 34th Congressional District, Goldwater told a large crowd of students that they should hold the governme...

The new frontier in litigating Civil Rights cases

The new frontier in litigating Civil Rights cases

By Timothy Weisberg

October 7, 2008


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The new frontier in litigating Civil Rights cases in the current and coming century will revolve around the ongoing question of what constitutes a human, Ventura County Deputy District Attorney Michael Lief said at a recent talk at Moorpark College.Lief said all the big work has been completed in Civil ...

$2.5 million given from U.S. Dept. of Education

$2.5 million given from U.S. Dept. of Education

By Brennan Whitmore

October 7, 2008


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Oxnard College will receive a $2.5 million dollar grant for the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematical education.President Richard Duran is excited for his college to receive the money."We've worked very hard for this grant," said Duran. "We're about to get $4 million over the cour...