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Student dancers perform in “Cognitive Thoughts,” during the Fall Dance Concert dress rehearsal on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2021 Photo credit: Kate Hernandez

Moorpark College Dance Department presents fall concert ‘Speaking Movement’

By Kate Hernandez November 15, 2021
Moorpark College Dance Department makes their debut on the Main Stage Theater for Fall Dance Concert, "Speaking Movement" shedding light on topics such as Domestic Strife and Culture.
Moorpark freshman midfielder Tony Reyes rushing away from defenders chasing a ball against the defender. Photo taken on Oct. 26 in a game against Allan Hancock College in Moorpark, CA. Photo Credit: Jack Newman.

Moorpark College Men’s Soccer falls to Allan Hancock despite inspiring comeback

By Jack Newman November 8, 2021
Moorpark College faced Allan Hancock College on Tuesday, Oct. 26 in Moorpark, CA, looking to build off a win in their previous game.
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Netflix Series “Maid” addresses Domestic Violence Awareness Month

By Jane Walgren November 4, 2021
At the beginning of October, Netflix released a mini-series, "Maid," in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The popular series, which depicted emotional abuse occurring in toxic relationships, was inspired by the real-life story and memoir of the same name, written by Stephanie Land.
Moorpark Freshman Forward Riley Tripp advances the ball downfield to apply pressure on the opposing defense. Moorpark had many shots on goal but nothing came to fruition in the points department as Moorpark would draw with Pierce 0-0 on Oct. 22, 2021, CA. Photo credit: William Osborne

Moorpark Womens Soccer draws against Pierce with a scoreless match

By William Osborne October 28, 2021
Moorpark Women’s Soccer returned home to face Pierce College in a tough match that led to a 0-0 draw between the two teams.
Moorpark midfielder Daniel Oseguera prepares to make a kick against Oxnard on Tuesday, Oct. 12 in Moorpark, CA. Photo credit: Jack Newman

Oxnard College men’s soccer plows over Moorpark in district rivalry

By Jack Newman October 26, 2021
The Moorpark Raiders men’s soccer team faced the Oxnard Condors at home, coming off a win in their previous matchup.
Freshman Midfielder Brandon Luquin takes a shot on the Goal to help Moorparks offense. Luquin would support his team both offensively and defensively in a victory 4-1 over Glendale at Moorpark on Oct. 8, 2021, CA. Photo credit: William Osborne

Moorpark College Men’s Soccer rebounds after an early Glendale goal

By William Osborne October 21, 2021
The Moorpark College Raiders men's soccer team took on Glendale on Oct. 8 afternoon; coming off an up-and -down road trip as the Raiders looked to get things on track on their home return.
Moorpark Raiders freshman running back Donovan Davis fights for a first down in the second half of the Saturday, Oct. 9 game in Moorpark, California. Photo credit: Hunter Deniaud

Raiders second half collapse leads to depressing loss

By Hunter Deniaud October 21, 2021
Moorpark College football faced off against Mt. San Jacinto on Oct. 9, looking to end their losing streak in a pivotal match.
Moorpark College Freshman, Natalie Romero reaches to block a shot by Ventura Colleges Womens Soccer team on Friday, Oct. 1, 2021 in Moorpark, CA. Photo credit: Christopher Schmider

Ventura College Women’s soccer overpowers Moorpark defense

By Ryan Bough October 7, 2021
The Moorpark College Raiders faced their county rival the Ventura College Pirates in a home game that put Moorpark's defense to the test.
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ASMC board plans multicultural events for Latinx heritage month

By Kylee Rogers September 30, 2021
The Associated Students of Moorpark College held a virtual ASMC meeting covering the Cultural and Community Engagement Event celebrating and educating students on different cultures, internship opportunities and a Latinx heritage event.
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ASMC board discusses physical and mental health on campus

By Kate Hernandez September 25, 2021
The Associated Students of Moorpark College, held a virtual meeting with a focus towards creating a comforting atmosphere for students about COVID-19 precautions.
A car drives out of the Calabasas Library lot, next to the Calabasas voting center on Sept. 13, 2021. Voting for the Gubernational Recall Election will be open to residents through Sept. 14, 2021. Photo credit: Rachel Franklin

Californians vote on the recall of Governor Gavin Newsom

By Adriana Janiga September 14, 2021
Republicans from the State of California, which has been governed by Democrats for more than a decade, met the requirements to organize the recall to remove Newsom.
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Emmy Ham, student dancer, finds passion for teaching amid pandemic

By Valeri Roussak May 7, 2021
Ham has been dancing since she was eight years old and wanted to pursue her career in dance by providing private lessons for adults as well as kids ages five and up. She is currently studying dance with the MC Dance Department.
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