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Spirit Bonewitz (left), Julian Fricilli (middle) and True Bonewitz (Right) pose onstage at The Pour House in Monrovia, California on Sep. 1, 2023. Both Bonewitz brothers attend Moorpark College. Photo credit: Pierre Michelet

Student rock band “Love Letter” immerses students in the Los Angeles music scene

By Pierre Michelet September 23, 2023

On Sep. 1, 2023, two Moorpark College students, Spirit Bonewitz and True Bonewitz, played live music for 100 people at The Pour House in Monrovia, California. The brothers belong to "Love Letter," a...

A screenshot of Olivia Rodrigos new album GUTS, on Spotify on Sep. 14, 2023. Photo credit: Sarah Graue

Editors’ Pick: Olivia Rodrigo’s “GUTS”

By Sarah Graue, Briana Cruz, and Jaya Roberts September 14, 2023

On Sep. 8, 2023, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Olivia Rodrigo dropped her highly-anticipated sophomore album “GUTS;" a bold take on ticking adolescence that outsells her debut record.With anthemic...

Students of the Moorpark College Music Technology Program perform in the Come Together finale on April 14, 2023. Photo credit: Danielle Vega

Moorpark College students “Come Together” for music technology showcase

By Sarah Graue May 3, 2023
Moorpark College Music Technology Program students returned to the PAC Studio Theatre spotlight earlier this month for the “Come Together” music showcase on April 14 and April 15.
Moorpark Colleges Jazz B Band performs their set at A Dynamic Evening of Music in the Performing Arts Center on Oct. 29, 2022. Photo credit: Sarah Graue

Moorpark College instrumental musicians unite for “A Dynamic Evening of Music”

By Sarah Graue November 5, 2022
The Moorpark College Music Department held their annual instrumental showcase, “A Dynamic Evening of Music” in the Performing Arts Center on Oct. 29.
Kevin Su Fukagawa accompanies the class with the piano in Moorpark, CA on March 8, 2021. Photo credit: Valeri Roussak

Moorpark College Choral & Vocal Program holds on-campus classes in new location to maintain COVID-19 safety regulations

By Valeri Roussak March 21, 2021
The Moorpark College Choral and Vocal Program has suffered with this drastic change and figured out a way to be able to practice with all members of the class, safely and efficiently.
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Staff Picks: Crime, culture and poverty in the city

By Aleea Evangelista November 20, 2020
As the founder of the fashion house Versace, Gianni Versace was a fashion icon and built the brand’s empire. Versace's life was tragically ended by Cunanan and the series explores Cunanan's motive, childhood and the month that he spends in hiding from the FBI.
Pam De Almeida waits for the conductor to walk on the stage to start the Hope of Loving concert on Nov. 22, 2019 at Moorpark College. The concert features a mixture of the Symphony Orchestra, Concert Choir and Vocal Ensemble programs. Photo credit: Ryan Bough

Moorpark College Music Applied courses turns to virtual learning as a result of COVID-19

By Alissa Schoepflin, Staff Writer September 21, 2020
Music majors continue their education virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Moorpark College alumna Anna Kitabjian (left) stands in a simulation room at the hospital she works at. She is demonstrating the procedure for bagging an infant during a code. Photo credit: Mary Barron Nelson

Moorpark alumna is modern-day Florence Nightingale

By Ian Cohen September 8, 2017

Anna Kitabjian’s smile lit up the face of a small boy in the medical/surgical unit at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. He couldn’t help but feel relieved as she walked in to check his...

2013 Blues Festival draws music lovers to Moorpark College

May 13, 2013

Crowds enjoy the blues at new location during the 2013 Ventura County Blues Festival.

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