Moorpark College Reporter

The Moorpark College Library displays a closed sign to students following a campus-wide power outage on Oct. 16, 2023. Photo credit: Matthew Camacho

Moorpark College experiences widespread power outage; campus closes temporarily

By Matthew Camacho October 16, 2023

On Oct. 16, 2023, Moorpark College experienced a campus-wide blackout, starting roughly at 9 a.m. and ending around 11:10 a.m. Power went completely out before generators came online providing auxiliary...

Alette Laughton (left), David Katz (center), and Abbey Austin-Wood hold glass plaques to commemorate them speaking at ASMCs RaiderX event on March 23, 2022. Photo credit: Claire Boeck

ASMC allows students to share their stories with RaiderX event

By Claire Boeck April 5, 2022
The Associated Students of Moorpark College held their RaiderX event on Wednesday, March 23 in the EATM building.
Customers waiting in line to enter Amazon Fresh during the grand opening on Feb. 24, 2022. Photo credit: David Chavez

Amazon Fresh brings new shopping technology to Moorpark in grand opening

By Claire Boeck March 1, 2022
The technology corporation Amazon opened Ventura County's first Amazon Fresh grocery store in Moorpark on Feb. 24. at the former Staples location.
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...

Welcome to Moorpark sign pictured on Princeton Ave on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 in Moorpark, CA. Photo credit: Emily Ledesma

Moorpark Special City Council Meeting Discusses the Risk of High Winds

By Kat Ketterer January 29, 2022

Moorpark City Council began their special meeting early on Jan. 19 to view presentations regarding Southern California Edison's efforts to manage conditions which often lead to Public Safety Power Shutoffs.City...

Lieutenant Andrew Huisenga poses in front of a Police car on the main campus of Moorpark College on Nov. 15. Photo credit: Christina Mehr

Moorpark College Lieutenant Andrew Huisenga: A role model for those around him

By Christina Mehr January 18, 2022
Andrew Huisenga discusses how he ended up working for campus safety on the Moorpark College campus. Huisenga also talked about the programs they provide and how college community outreach is important to him and the campus safety department.
The Ventura County Sheriffs Office Mounted Enforcement Unit (MEU) joins the horses and bull in the parade on Saturday Oct. 2, 2021 in Moorpark, CA. Photo credit: Clayton Cruz

The city of Moorpark celebrates 50th annual Country Day celebration

By Christina Mehr October 18, 2021
Hundreds of families and friends came together to celebrate Moorpark Country Days, a time-honored tradition, on Oct. 2, 2021, along Historic High Street in Moorpark.
A light shines in the walkway in front of the Library at Moorpark College on Sept. 30, 2021. Photo credit: Rachel Franklin

Inter-Club Council announces return to in-person club rush

By Hannah Rios September 30, 2021
The Inter-Club Council, which consists of representatives from each of the official MC student clubs, met for the first time this year to discuss planning a year full of on-campus meetings and events.
Antelope Valley Goalkeeper Daniel Pantaleon jumps to clear the ball on Friday, Sept. 17 in Moorpark, CA. Photo credit: William Osborne

Moorpark College Men’s Soccer battles for a win against Antelope Valley

By William Osborne September 28, 2021
Moorpark men's soccer took on Antelope Valley on Sept. 17 and looked to build on their previous shutout victory against Compton.
Moorpark College freshman forward Mia Nilsen-Aguilar shoots and scores a free-kick just outside of the College of the Canyons 18-yard box during the womens soccer game on Tuesday, Sept. 14, in Moorpark, CA. Photo credit: Ryan Bough

College of the Canyons prevails over Moorpark College Women’s Soccer

By Jack Newman September 23, 2021
The College of the Canyons Cougars defeated the Moorpark Raiders 4-1, in a women's soccer game where the Cougars controlled the tempo for most of the matchup.
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.
Flags representing the lives lost on 9/11 blow in the wind in Alumni Park at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA. on Sept. 11, 2021. Photo credit: Ryan Bough

20 years later, retired NYC Fire Captain Alfredo Fuentes relives the life-changing 9/11 terrorist attacks

By Jane Walgren September 12, 2021
Moorpark College held a special online event in honor of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. “Portrait of Strength” included a discussion with retired NYC Fire Captain Alfredo Fuentes, survivor and battalion chief during the events of Sept. 11, 2001.
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