Moorpark College Reporter

Students were given the opportunity to express grief through art at the Healing Arts Festival on Thursday, Nov. 7 at Moorpark College.

A year after Borderline, the Healing Arts Festival helps students to recover

By Madina Safdari November 8, 2019

  One year ago, tragedy stuck Ventura County after a gunman stole the lives of 12 people at Borderline Bar & Grill. As the community grappled with devastation, the Woolsey Fire began immediately...

Fall semester Club Rush offers students the chance at joining new communities

By Emily Ledesma September 12, 2019

With the fall semester already a month in, Moorpark College classes are back in full swing and so are the Associated Students of Moorpark College. Sept. 10 and 11, ASMC hosted their annual fall Club Rush. Moorpark...

Moorpark College Characters: A national winning speaker with a passion for civil activism

By Margot Rowe May 21, 2019

Avesita Helmandi, a Moorpark Colleges student, is driven by her passion to be a lawyer and a voice for the voiceless. She dedicates her time to the Moorpark College Forensics Team which spends each year...

Perseverance and Motivation: Why nothing can keep Calhoun off the court

By Robert Gonzales May 13, 2019

When Breanna Calhoun tore her anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee, she thought she would never be able to play basketball again. “I was just crying [and] crying, it was just so emotional,”...

‘Voices Matter’: Students give us their take on their own culture and what Multicultural Day means to them

By Student Voice staff April 10, 2019
Multicultural Day, an annual festival designed to showcase diverse stories and experiences from a wide range of cultures, took over the Moorpark College campus Tuesday.Many instructors also use this as an opportunity for an "alternate day of instruction" to highlight lessons that are best learned from those with different experiences.

Review: Take a break from FPS’s and Battle Royales, try Ace Combat 7 instead

By John Louie Menorca April 7, 2019

Getting home after a particularly rough day, some may have the desire to just sit down and play some video games. What to play? Do you really want to be tactical with Tom Clancy’s The Division 2? Or...

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...

Chick-fil-A traditional grand opening sparks passions within the community

By Danitza Romero February 23, 2019

The first Chick-fil-A to open in Simi Valley gave locals a taste of the traditional Chick-fil-A grand opening experience, drawing a range of character from the community. The Atlanta-based restaurant...

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...

Raider Walk is full of students for the Spring semester Club Rush

By Ulises Koyoc January 23, 2019

Every semester, during the first couple of weeks of the semester, students are provided the opportunity to discover and join a variety of clubs. These clubs are student-organized and promote mainly during...

In the wake of the tragic Borderline shooting, Moorpark College is left to process the attack on their community

By Michelle De Leon November 9, 2018

Just moments after shots broke out at Borderline Bar & Grill, a country nightclub frequented by college students, in Thousand Oaks on Wed. night, Nov. 7, family members and friends began to receive...

We asked Gen Zs about their thoughts on voting

By John Louie Menorca, Robert Gonzales, and Shariliz Poveda November 6, 2018

On Election Day 2018, we asked students about the importance of voting and the issues they cared about the most. Here's what they said.  

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