Moorpark College Reporter

Free computer programs made available to students through campus IT department

Free computer programs made available to students through campus IT department

By Arianna Arias

April 2, 2019

Moorpark College’s Instructional Technology (IT) department supports free campus programs that offer experiences for students in digital fields. These programs are offered in several technical fields including the engineering club, the graphic design department, and the game design discipline.Dan McMichael...

Diane Williams explores social issues with her unconventional art exhibit, ‘INcongruence’

Diane Williams explores social issues with her unconventional art exhibit, ‘INcongruence’

By Natalie Hyman

March 20, 2019

Diane Williams is a dynamic artist who takes her life journey and makes it into a versatile visual experience that makes people question cultural and societal norms. Her exhibit, which is currently being displayed in the Moorpark College Art Gallery, is called “INcongruence,” which she in...

Spring Spectacular attracts hundreds of visitors on opening days

Spring Spectacular attracts hundreds of visitors on opening days

By Margot Rowe

March 20, 2019

This year's Spring Spectacular, "Zootastic Beasts and How to Save Them," drew over 350 guests at the biggest event of the year, held at America's Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College. Guests were treated to some tasty food vendors, animal interactions, behind the scene tours, and endless activities. "We...

Review: Monty Python’s musical adaptation, ‘Spamalot,’ delivers an evening of comical relief

Review: Monty Python’s musical adaptation, ‘Spamalot,’ delivers an evening of comical relief

By Natalie Hyman

March 8, 2019

The musical "Monty Python’s Spamalot" by Eric Idle and directed by John Loprieno is an effervescent spoof-of-a-spoof comedy show based on "Monty Python and the Holy Grail". This musical is meant to liven up an old 1975 movie and bring a new, modern element to it, all the while poking fun at its...

Underdog A cappella group Dynamix competes in internationally renown tournament for the title

Underdog A cappella group Dynamix competes in internationally renown tournament for the title

By Natalie Hyman

March 7, 2019

Dynamix, Moorpark College’s recently-formed A cappella group took the stage for the second time ever on Saturday, Feb. 23 at the 2019 International Championship of Collegiate A cappella (ICCA) West Quarter finals. They were the fifth group to perform out of seven A cappella groups and sung four ch...

Moorpark Review invites students to display their artistic talent for 20th-anniversary edition

Moorpark Review invites students to display their artistic talent for 20th-anniversary edition

By Tessa Sever

March 4, 2019

Celebrating their 20th anniversary, the Moorpark Review is back to showcase the art its college students and community members have to offer.As a student-centered magazine, in which students are choosing, editing, and designing the magazine and the pieces it includes, the Moorpark Review stands by its we...

Adaptation of Monty Python’s Spamalot coming soon to Moorpark College

Adaptation of Monty Python’s Spamalot coming soon to Moorpark College

By Natalie Hyman

February 25, 2019

Get ready for an action-packed show bursting with musical numbers and absurdist humor, because the Moorpark College Theater Arts department is showcasing their rendition of the Tony award-winning musical, Monty Python’s Spamalot, for the Spring 2019 semester.This musical, written by Eric Idle, is...

Moorpark College’s Film Club hosts its own Oscar nominations

Moorpark College’s Film Club hosts its own Oscar nominations

By Arianna Arias

February 20, 2019

To commemorate the 91st Academy Awards, Moorpark College’s Film Club creates Oscar ballots that allow club members to vote on the nominations.“Oscars are viewed as an essential pillar in the film industry of high-quality films depending on the ratings the academy will give them,” said Film...

Zara Monet Feeney’s exhibition, ‘Pause,’ plays with extreme exposure and color

Zara Monet Feeney’s exhibition, ‘Pause,’ plays with extreme exposure and color

By Shariliz Poveda

February 13, 2019

Zara Monet Feeney is a contemporary artist who mixes themes of her performance background and some knowledge of photography to create oil paintings that seduce the viewer.Her exhibition, "Pause," is a series of oil paintings that depict figures in lavish designs with extreme levels of saturation and expos...

Moorpark hosts auditions for the 3rd annual ‘Raiders Got Talent’ show

Moorpark hosts auditions for the 3rd annual ‘Raiders Got Talent’ show

By Arianna Arias

February 7, 2019

The Film, Television, and Media department (FTVM) and Associated Students of Moorpark College (ASMC) are producing the 3rd annual Raiders Got Talent show this April.This competition will showcase the talents of Moorpark College students. “Any kind of talent is welcome,” said FTVM Professor N...

MakerSpace kicks off their spring semester with button workshop

MakerSpace kicks off their spring semester with button workshop

By Alec Kamburov

January 28, 2019

MakerSpace hosted their first workshop of the semester last Friday Jan. 25, 2019. All students and faculty were welcome to attend and create their own customized buttons. The MakerSpace is here on campus to create an avenue for students to learn about new high tech gadgets that facilitate creativity of all kinds of things. They have ...

Review: Dragon Ball Super: Broly. A pleasing movie for fans of the series

Review: Dragon Ball Super: Broly. A pleasing movie for fans of the series

By Luis Miron

January 25, 2019

Retelling the story of a beloved character is the sheer motive of the new Dragon Ball Super: Broly movie, yet fans might wonder why they would want to pay to see a story that’s been done before. Fans should go in with an open mind and know that the story of Broly is being retold with major changes...