Student Voice

The dangers of the Zika virus still linger

The dangers of the Zika virus still linger

By Cameron Cardy-Sterling

April 24, 2017


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During Multicultural Day, guest speaker Barbara Spraktes, a faculty member of California State University Northridge, educated students about the dangers of the Zika virus and argued that people should take it seriously.The Zika Virus seems to have only caught attention recently with the first cases...

Using connections to get a head start on jobs and careers

Using connections to get a head start on jobs and careers

By Mary Altshuller

April 21, 2017


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Moorpark College’s Business Students Association opened their twelfth annual Business Expo in EATM Lecture Hall 208.President and vice president of the Business Students Association Mohsin Salem, a 19-year-old double business major, and Erick Ortiz, a 21-year-old economics and accounting major pro...

Pop culture defines sexual revolution

Pop culture defines sexual revolution

By Dante Difronzo

April 21, 2017


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On Multicultural Day, students piled into Room 121 of the Humanities and Social Science building at Moorpark College to attend the event, “Then and Now: Fifty Years after the Sexual Revolution", held by Allison Barton, Student Health Educator at Moorpark College.“Pop culture defines the sex...

Guest speaker advocates for breast cancer screenings during Multicultural Day

Guest speaker advocates for breast cancer screenings during Multicultural Day

By Cameron Cardy-Sterling

April 20, 2017


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June English attended Multicultural Day to spread awareness about the preventative importance of breast cancer screenings. English is a UCLA graduate with a Masters degree in Public Health, plans to spread awareness about the risks, preventative measures, and treatment options with respect to breast cance...

Primary schools in Afghanistan create futures for young girls

Primary schools in Afghanistan create futures for young girls

By Krista Abrahamsen

April 20, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

During Multicultural Day on April 11, students had the opportunity to attend a presentation on the Afghan Refugee Girls’ Primary School. The school was established in 2002, after Edith Cole and Joe Franko traveled to Afghanistan, hoping to change the lives of children who were affected by bombings...

Students learn that hardships test family ties at Multicultural Day

Students learn that hardships test family ties at Multicultural Day

By Cole Carlson

April 19, 2017


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Family was a hot topic this Multicultural Day when Jill and Kathleen McCall presented their seminars. Jill McCall, communications instructor, gave her talk, "Queen Spawned" based around her own experiences growing up with lesbian parents, and how it shaped her personal narrative, while Kathleen McCall, h...

Taking advantage of a health center’s services that is already paid for

Taking advantage of a health center’s services that is already paid for

By Cynclaire Hambrick

April 18, 2017


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Most students that attend Moorpark College can’t afford to waste money, according to 21-year-old environmental science major, DeLayni Millar. "Most students probably don't realize they are throwing away $19 each semester." All Moorpark College students pay a health fee when registering for classes....

Bringing the harp into modern music at Multicultural Day

Bringing the harp into modern music at Multicultural Day

By Eric Caldwell

April 18, 2017


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A strong, soulful voice complimented soft powerful melodies that were being plucked smoothly and effortlessly. The combination of her voice and beautifully composed songs felt like something not of this time, yet quite contemporary and new.Students who were in Fountain Hall on Multicultural Day got t...

Free magazine offers tips on healing your mind, body, and soul.

Free magazine offers tips on healing your mind, body, and soul.

By Devin Sanchez

April 13, 2017


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The Student Health 101 magazine offers advice for college students to help enhance healthy lifestyles. This free digital magazine provides students online access to healthy habits and tips. Allison Barton, Health Educator at the Student Health Center, emphasizes that the online magazine is an important...

Dear Angie: Helping ESL students

Dear Angie: Helping ESL students

By Viviana Cardozo

April 13, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Days at Moorpark College are often made brighter for students learning to improve their English skills thanks to Angelisa Hoover, a 30-year-old writing tutor who often goes by Angie among the many friends and associates who cross paths with her on a daily basis. As a tutor in the Moorpark College L...

Students look for potential, future careers at a job fair

Students look for potential, future careers at a job fair

By Chantal Miller

April 13, 2017


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For students who are looking ahead to their potential future careers, or are actively looking for a job, an opportunity to start researching showed up in the form of the Job Fair held at Moorpark College's Quad area on Wednesday, April 6. Wednesday afternoon was filled with white tents in the Raider...

Networking: using connections to get ahead

Networking: using connections to get ahead

By Mary Altshuller

April 11, 2017


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Moorpark College's Business Student Association club is holding its 12th Annual Business Expo on Thursday, April 13 at 2 p.m. in EATM 208. The theme this year is "Networking: Using Connections to Get Ahead”. The purpose of the event is to bring successful business people in the surrounding are...