Student Voice

Lewis gives voice to Ensler’s “Vagina Monologues” through performance

Lewis gives voice to Ensler’s “Vagina Monologues” through performance

By Susanna Lucarelli

September 29, 2005

The award-winning production of "The Vagina Monologues" arrives at Moorpark College's studio theater stage Sept. 29.A diverse 25 member female cast will perform the provocative and highly candid series of monologues. Directed by Theater Arts Professor Dr. Katherine Lewis, the off-Broadway hit by playwrigh...

New smoking ban takes effect

New smoking ban takes effect

By Rian Rettino

September 29, 2005

Smokers at Moorpark College are now banned to the parking lots, after a new policy change was implemented for the first time this semester, with other campuses soon to follow suit.Ventura College is in the last phases of implementing a similar policy on campus that will prohibit smoking except in the pa...

Oxnard Lecture Series begins with “Tapes”

By Kellie Caparulla

September 29, 2005

The Oxnard College Scholars Lecture Series begins at noon today with a discussion of a behind-the-scenes look at the 2003 docu-drama of a filmmaker's search for Osama bin Laden, "September Tapes." Nancy Gregg, coordinator of Resource Development at Oxnard College and mother of the late Christian Van Gr...

VCCCD launches districtwide student paper

VCCCD launches districtwide student paper

By Misty Wambold

September 29, 2005

Today marks the debut of a new districtwide student newspaper that carries the broad but elusive mandate to cover Ventura, Oxnard and Moorpark with equal enthusiasm and ink. After drastic cost-saving measures last year that included axing the journalism programs at Oxnard and Ventura and stretching th...

Associated Student Government Elections are work in progress

By Karina Gonzalez, William Hillstom, Jeffrey Moore, Morgan Velarde

September 29, 2005

Student governments of all three campuses in the Ventura County Community College District were working this week to complete their boards with appointed officers to fill positions left open since last spring. The presidents remain optimistic however, and have already made efforts to fill seats on ...

Adopt-A-Book launched at MC

Adopt-A-Book launched at MC

By Misty Wambold

September 29, 2005

Students, staff or community members who want to leave a lasting legacy can contribute to the new Moorpark Library by donating new books with personal inscriptions.Through the Adopt-A-Book program launched Saturday by the Moorpark College Foundation, donors can choose from a variety of books that will...

Students offered interesting new classes

By Marlon Stern

September 29, 2005

Curious about what led to the quagmire in Vietnam in the 1960's? Well now you can find out at Moorpark College in a new class that addresses that specific issue.The Vietnam War class has been taught in the past by Professor Dan Brown, but not for a few years, and comes at a time when many people are compa...

OC artist paints her way into the limelight

OC artist paints her way into the limelight

By Jacqueline Beeson

September 29, 2005

Melanie Hudson of Oxnard College is not your ordinary housewife. For one, she's an accomplished artist and cartoonist. But it wasn't until her oldest son encouraged her that she returned to college and to her art, which is now a featured display at the Ocean View Pavilion Theater.Before enrolling in course...

Men’s soccer teams at Moorpark and Oxnard colleges have high hopes for 2005

Men’s soccer teams at Moorpark and Oxnard colleges have high hopes for 2005

By Kellie Caparula

September 29, 2005

Oxnard College and Moorpark College men's soccer teams have begun preseason play.Both teams have postseason goals and Moorpark hopes to finish first or second in the Western State Conference. Each coach feels the WSC is tough league but hopes to do well this season.Ross Gearney, the new Oxnard men's...

Library opens at Moorpark

Library opens at Moorpark

By Jennifer Hardy

September 28, 2005

Students at Moorpark College can now enjoy new spacious study rooms, state-of- the-art-technology, a spectacular patio view and 400 fast, connected computers in the new Library Learning Resources Center.The LLR includes three computer-enabled classrooms, one with video-conferencing technology, and 400 b...

Districtwide paper needs name

By Staff

August 9, 2005

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