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

Political signs display in front of The Dugout on Madera Road in Simi Valley, CA. This includes advertisement for District 4 City Council candidates Nancy Mason, Rocky Rhodes and Eric Lundstrom. Photo credit: Briana Cruz

Time is running out to vote for Simi Valley’s District 4 city council candidates

By Briana Cruz November 8, 2022
Simi Valley's District 4 city council election is nearing its end and time will soon tell which of the three candidates in this race resonated most with the district's voters.
Mary Poitier stands in front of her campaign banner at the Simi Valley Street Fair on Oct. 29, 2022. Photo Credit: Andres Garcia

Former ASMC President runs for Simi Valley Mayor

By Andres Garcia November 5, 2022
Mary Poitier, former president of Associated Students of Moorpark College, is currently in the race for Simi Valley mayor.
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...

Image Courtesy of VCCCD photo archive. Photo credit: Clepsy Hernandez

Moorpark College announces plans for classes to remain online until mid February

By Jane Walgren January 21, 2022
After two weeks of courses being fully online, Moorpark College has announced that remote learning will remain in place until Feb. 14.
3.6 Magnitude earthquake rattles Thousand Oaks area

3.6 Magnitude earthquake rattles Thousand Oaks area

By Christina Mehr September 16, 2021
A magnitude 3.6 earthquake took place around 7:59 On Monday morning in NNW of Thousand Oaks. Many people in the surrounding area were awoken by the shaking.
Photo by Janeene Nagaoka, courtesy of the VCCCD photo archive

Oxnard College hosts civil rights activist Angela Davis for a virtual conversation on social justice

By Marissa Roberts May 17, 2021
Oxnard College's Associated Student Government hosted civil rights activist Angela Davis, PhD for a live-streamed conversation on Wednesday night about the abolition of prisons, the prison-industrial complex and the police, the importance of ethnic studies and the Black Lives Matter movement. Over 500 people logged on via Zoom and Youtube to watch and ask questions.
Image courtesy of Johnson and Johnson

Johnson & Johnson vaccine halted in the US due to rare blood-clotting side effect

By Ryan Bough April 15, 2021
A federal advisory committee has ruled that the halt on the distribution of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine will continue until more data is available on severe blood clot side effects.
The Underwood Family Farm barn is decorated for Easter on March 27, 2021, in Moorpark, CA. Photo credit: Mikayla Gay

Underwood Family Farms ‘Springtime on the Farm’ event brings Easter joy to the community

By Mikayla Gay April 14, 2021
This spring, families had the opportunity to attend Springtime on the Farm at Underwood Family Farms in Moorpark, from March 20 to April 11. Due to COVID-19, this spring on the farm was different than the rest.
Movie Review: To All the Boys: Always and Forever

Movie Review: ‘To All the Boys: Always and Forever’

By Rachael Thomas April 8, 2021
Movie Review of 'To All the Boys: Always and Forever' and a few college students give their thoughts on this final film to the "To All the Boys" trilogy.
Ventura County firefighters battle the Westwood fire in Simi Valley, CA. on Sunday, April 4, 2021. The Westwood fire grew to 25 acres before forward progress was stopped. Photo credit: Ryan Bough

Firefighters put a stop to the Westwood fire in Simi Valley at 25 acres

By Amber Urban April 7, 2021
On April 4, 2021 around 3:45 P.M. Ventura County Fire Department responded to a reported brush fire near Cottonwood Drive and Westwood Street in Simi Valley.
Ventura County COVID-19 news from Tuesday, April 6, 2021.

Ventura County moves into less restrictive orange tier, allowing increased indoor capacities for restaurants, gyms, movie theaters and churches

By Ryan Bough April 7, 2021
Ventura County moves into orange tier which allows movie theaters, restaurants, churches and museums to have 50% capacity, and more.
Image of Brittany Piper. Courtesy of Brittany Piper.

Protected: ASMC presents international activist and sexual assault survivor Brittany Piper

By Valeri Roussak April 2, 2021
There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
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