News, sports, entertainment and opinions about the Moorpark College community

Moorpark College Reporter

News, sports, entertainment and opinions about the Moorpark College community

Moorpark College Reporter

News, sports, entertainment and opinions about the Moorpark College community

Moorpark College Reporter

Moorpark College themed buttons are displayed next to the Associated Students of Moorpark Colleges Halloween decorations. These same buttons will be passed out on Oct. 31, 2022 at ASMCs Halloween Festival. Photo credit: Jasmine Hallack

ASMC to celebrate Halloween with campus festival

By Jasmine Hallack October 30, 2022
With Halloween right around the corner, the Associated Students of Moorpark College anticipates to lift your spirits with the Moorpark College Halloween Festival.
An audience watches a pictionary game being played by multiple creators, including Ranboo and Crumb, at a VidCon convention on June 26, 2022. VidCon is similarly structured to this years TwitchCon in San Diego, CA. Photo credit: Teagan Davidge

Live streaming platform “Twitch” is holding its first convention in the US since the pandemic

By Teagan Davidge October 8, 2022
The live streaming platform Twitch is hosting its first convention in the United States since before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ethan Pante (left) and Jeth Logrono (right) perform in Twisted Trivia on April 28, 2022. The Student One Acts took place in the Black Box Theatre of the Moorpark College Performing Arts Center. Photo credit: David Chavez

Theater students showcase their talents in the recurring Moorpark College ‘Student One Acts’

By Shahbano Raza May 16, 2022

This spring, in the Black Box Theatre of Moorpark College's Performing Arts Center, student performers graced the stage in a series of plays referred to as the "Student One Acts." Split into two sections,...

L&T Catering food truck next to the ASMC Bluesday Booth at the Moorpark College on April 5, 2022. The ASMC booth gave tickets to students who were wearing blue so they could have a free meal from the food truck. Photo credit: David Chavez

L&T Catering to return to Moorpark College in the Fall

By David Chavez May 3, 2022
Ever since the start of the pandemic, all colleges in Ventura County had to suspend their in-person teaching and switch to online classes for the remainder of the spring semester.
Gasoline prices displayed at the Arco gas station on the corner of Los Angeles Avenue and Moorpark road, on Monday, March 14, 2022, in Moorpark, CA. Photo credit: Christopher Schmider

Moorpark College students and faculty share views on rising inflation rates

By Andres Garcia April 21, 2022

Inflation rates have been on the rise in the United States. This has had a big impact on the country's student population. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, inflation rates have been on a steady...

Trophies won by the Moorpark College Forensics team are displayed in the performing arts center. The team won several awards on April 9, 2022 at the Phi Rho Pi national tournament in St. Louis, MO. Photo credit: Shahbano Raza

Moorpark College Forensics scores gold at in-person national tournament

By Shahbano Raza and Jane Walgren April 18, 2022
Moorpark College’s Forensics team received several awards at the 2022 Phi Rho Pi National Forensics Championships in St. Louis, Missouri.
Student attendees listen to Professor Tamarra Coleman speak during the MC LEADS session in the Campus Center conference room on Friday, Feb. 28. Photo credit: Evan Reinhardt

The experience of in-person classes at Moorpark College

By Kate Hernandez February 25, 2022
Various first and second year students have not experienced the campus life at Moorpark College due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has challenged in-person instruction for nearly two years.
The CVS Pharmacy on 2825 Cochran St. in Simi Valley, California updates customers on their new COVID-19 test policies. Photo credit: David Chavez

COVID-19 self-test shortages causes nationwide struggle

By Tanner Norris February 17, 2022
Self-testing is a relatively new opportunity for those who would like to minimize their contact with the public while under the impression of contracting the COVID-19 virus. Despite all the different methods of acquiring a self test, some may still run into difficulties in finding one.
The City of Ventura signage stands tall and welcoming as the Ventura County mask mandate is to be lifted on Feb.16, 2022. Photo credit: Brooklyn Stalo

Ventura County to lift mask mandate following decreasing COVID-19 cases

By Jane Walgren February 16, 2022
On Feb. 7, Calif. Governor Gavin Newsom announced that the mask mandate put in place for the state would be lifted on Feb. 16 following a recent drop in COVID-19 cases after a winter battle with Omicron.
A sign on Princeton Ave. in Moorpark, California  alerts people to follow social distancing measures during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo credit: Justin Downes

Supreme Court halts Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for large businesses

By Sulor Garretson February 13, 2022

Last month the U.S. Supreme Court blocked President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 federal mandate that required employees of large private businesses to be fully vaccinated or frequently tested for COVID-19....

The American Red Cross Betty R. Plotkin Center possesses a welcome sign above its entrance in Camarillo, CA on Feb. 10, 2022. Photo credit: Shahbano Raza

As National Blood Shortage continues, the LGBTQ community seeks change in FDA Policies

By Andres Garcia February 11, 2022

This nation is facing a blood shortage and for the first time in the non-profit organization's history, the American Red Cross is declaring a blood crisis. With the blood shortage having a major impact...

Photo courtesy of the VCCCD photo archive.

VCCCD Board of Trustees Meeting Discussed COVID-19 Protocols, Student Wages and More

By Andres Garcia January 26, 2022

The Ventura County Community College District Board of Trustees held a virtual meeting on Jan. 18. The meeting covered topics such as COVID-19 restrictions and student worker wages. Public comments made...

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