Moorpark College Reporter

Column: 80 years after the Holocaust, the embers of anti-Semitism still glow

By Mary Altshuller

December 8, 2018

The terror began one night, on Nov. 9, 1938, when Nazi mobs torched and vandalized hundreds of synagogues throughout Germany and destroyed thousands of Jewish businesses, homes, hospitals, cemeteries, and schools. The rampage went on through the night and next day. Jews called it Kristallnacht or Night...

New courses approved for next semester

By Son Ly, Staff writer

March 28, 2014

Ventura County Community College District Board of Trustees approved new courses for Moorpark College in their meeting on Feb.11. The new Criminal Justice (CJ) and Computer Network SystemEngineering (CNSE) Department courses that will be included for the Fall 2014 semester are CJ M09 Bujinkan—P...

Dr. Bernard Luskin—a pioneer in education and technological innovation

Moorpark College President Bernard Luskin stands next to his memorabilia wall located in his office. Of the various items of interest, pictured are medals from his days in the Navy and a photo with boxer Muhammad Ali along with his boxing gloves.

By Casey DeSain, News editor

March 20, 2014

The more things change, the more they stay the same—a saying that can define the life of one very prominent man at Moorpark College. Interim President of Moorpark College Dr. Bernard Luskin has been a pioneer in technological innovation, education and psychological analysis since his early days here...

MC welcomes new additions to its zoo

Six-year-old Wiley the white-nosed coati is one of the newest additions to EATM.

By Brian Varela, Staff writer

March 20, 2014

Wiley, Harvey and Baltimore join America's Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College, adding to the catalog of unique and exotic animals for the EATM program. Harvey, a two-year-old African red-bellied parrot came to Moorpark College from Simi Valley. Wiley, a five-year-old white-nosed coati, came from a facili...

MC president search nearing its conclusion as candidates are announced

Cliff Davis, top left, Joyce Ester, top right, Betty Inclan, bottom left, and Vernon Smith have all been announced as the four candidates in the running to become the president of Moorpark College.

By Casey DeSain, News Editor

March 16, 2014

After an intensive four-month process, the search for a new Moorpark College president will soon reach an end, once the final decision has been made. Read More »...

Recent lecture offered insight into technology’s effect on the heart, mind, and brain

Psychology professors Nadia Monosov, Margaret Tennat, and Julie Campbell answer questions from the audience at their lecture.

By Steven Suarez, Staff Writer

March 16, 2014

Multi-tasking, playing video games, and Death. These were the subjects of the recent lecture at Moorpark College titled “Heart, Mind, and Brain: Psychological Insights into Technology and Humanity,” which was a part of the Year of Technology and Humanity. Read More »...

Associated Students elections are here

Andrew Anderson, left, helps student like Ethan Lieberman realize how they can become more involved in their school through his promotion of the Associated Students elections.

By Saffana Hijaz, News Writer

March 15, 2014

Interested in running for student government and having a voice for Ventura County Community College students? Then the Moorpark College’s Associated Students upcoming elections are here just in time. Read More »...

EATM receives honorable Merit Award

The EATM has been honored at a excellent piece of architecture for Moorpark College.

By Alicia Mistry, News writer

March 14, 2014

Moorpark College's EATM building has been honored with a Merit Award in the nonresidential category for structure and design. The award was officially given at the Feb. 11 Board of Trustees meeting in Ventura County. Read More »...

Spring Spectacular will conjure up some fun at EATM

Nicholas, a mini-horse, and his trainer Charlotte Trapman Brown practice for a show that will be performed at the Spring Spectacular.

By Radu Puchiu, Staff writer

March 14, 2014

America's Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College is preparing to launch the 24th annual Spring Spectacular over three consecutive weekends starting on March 22. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. attendees at the zoo can visit animal enclosures, participate in games and watch animal shows, headlined by “Abracata...

“Year of” lecture will offer psychological insight on subject

The Year of Technology and Humanity is a year-long and campus-wide discussion of topic like this.

By Casey DeSain, News Editor

March 11, 2014

The year-long, school-wide discussion topic known as the Year of Technology and Humanity will hold its next event tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. in EATM 208. Read More »...