Moorpark College Reporter

Moorpark Planning Commission approves plans for new local winery

Moorpark Planning Commission approves plans for new local winery

By Ryan Bough

September 4, 2019

The City of Moorpark Planning Commission approved two agenda items on Aug. 27. The first request, from Cavaletti Vineyards, was to operate a winery that would produce and sell wine as well as offering wine tastings. The property that the winery is looking to open on is located in a general commercia...

Bomb usage in Afghanistan raises concerns

Bomb usage in Afghanistan raises concerns

By Ariana Haider

May 11, 2017

In April, President Donald Trump released the largest and most powerful nonnuclear bomb to date on Afghanistan. The bomb is nicknamed the “Mother Of All Bombs (MOAB)” according to CNN news. “I’m really very good at war. I love war, in a certain way,” exclaimed Trump dur...

Fake news has become an ironic phenomenon

Fake news has become an ironic phenomenon

By Gaby Jimenez Jimenez and Eric Caldwell

March 29, 2017

About two months ago, President Trump posted on his Twitter account declaring many mainstream news and media outlets as providing fake news and “the enemy of the American people.”The tweet was a direct response to the criticisms that mainstream news and media outlets New York Times, ABC...

You thought, and now you think

You thought, and now you think

By Dallas Vorburger

February 3, 2017

You may have formed some opinions during the election campaign of Donald Trump, but now his presidency is a reality. So where do those opinions stand currently?There is a common conception that America holds something for everyone. However, it is also commonly known that this country has not always ...

Search for the new chancellor begins!

Search for the new chancellor begins!

By Elliott Keegan

December 8, 2016

The committee tasked with reviewing applicants for the district chancellor position begins meeting this month, following objections from the teacher’s union regarding the new chancellor’s salary increase. Committee member and Moorpark College President, Luis Sanchez, has some reservatio...

We voted for hate and now we’re getting it

We voted for hate and now we’re getting it

By Leslie Kivett

December 1, 2016

    On the morning of election day, Nov. 8, I came in to the Student Voice newsroom early after having gone and voted for candidates and propositions I spent a year paying close attention to. I worked with my diverse team of writers, many of whom had done the same, and we talked about...

A distraction from election drama, memes on Vice President Biden

A distraction from election drama, memes on Vice President Biden

By John Louie Menorca

November 16, 2016

In the wake of the post-election results demonstrations, protests, and even riots have erupted across the nation while a firestorm of anger hatred seems to drown out positivity on the internet and social media. The American people find themselves no more divided than they are now. However, a light...

Trump elected President in a surprise finish capping an unforgettable campaign

Trump elected President in a surprise finish capping an unforgettable campaign

By Elliott Keegan

November 9, 2016

Defying expectations, polling predictions and at times the will of his own party establishment, Donald Trump has won the election to be the next President of the United States of America.Trump addressed a roaring crowd of supporters at a rally in New York, promising to serve the disenfranchised and praising th...

Candidates reach out to students and the public at an informational forum

Candidates reach out to students and the public at an informational forum

By John Louie Menorca

November 4, 2016

With the election less than a week away, Moorpark College's Associated Students hosted a Candidates Forum on Nov. 2 as an attempt to connect students and candidates. The forum acted as an opportunity for students across the Ventura County Community College district to connect with candidates running...

Region VI mulls over new constitution

Region VI mulls over new constitution

By Frank Ralph

October 11, 2015

Moorpark College hosted a Student Senate for California Community Colleges Region VI Regular Meeting where delegates discussed remodeling the SSCCC Constitution on Oct. 9.The colleges in Region VI include Allan Hancock, Antelope Valley, College of the Canyons, Cuesta, Moorpark, Oxnard, Santa Barbara C...

Political attacks on Planned Parenthood must stop

Political attacks on Planned Parenthood must stop

By Editorial Staff

February 28, 2011

  Planned Parenthood is in danger. For millions in the United States, including students like us, Planned Parenthood provides many valuable resources for sexual health and wellness, as well as means of contraception and tools for overall wellbeing. In this day and age, people young and old; studen...