Moorpark College Reporter

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.
Ventura running back Derek West jumps through the Moorpark defense, attempting for a first down during the Citrus Cup game on Saturday, Sept. 4, 2021, in Moorpark, CA. The Ventura Pirates have taken home the Citrus Cup for the last 13 consecutive years. Photo credit: Ryan Bough

Ventura Pirates slaughter Moorpark Raiders in the 53rd annual Citrus Cup

By Hunter Deniaud and Ryan Bough September 10, 2021
The Ventura Pirates blew out the Moorpark Raiders at Griffin Stadium in the first football game of both their seasons, the 53rd annual Citrus Cup. The Pirates have dominated the rival game for the past 13 years, but this Sept. 4 win was paramount for Ventura College, as Ventura Head Coach Steve Mooshagian reached his 100th career win.
Photo of the Ventura College Applied Science Center by Jeanne Tanner

Ventura College to welcome new and improved inclusive campus by fall 2021

By Hailey Garcia May 16, 2021
On Tuesday, May 11, Ventura College held a virtual Zoom webinar with the Steinberghart architects, designer and planner team. The meeting began with Project Director, Rob Barthelman, who presented guiding principles to ensure a vibrant campus life for the Ventura College campus in Fall 2021.
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.
On April 8, Ventura College and M.E.C.H.A hosted a virtual meeting to celebrate and highlight the efforts of Cesar Chavez.

Cesar Chavez’s “La Causa” continues to fight on in Ventura County against injustices farmworkers face

By Karla Vazquez April 10, 2021
Ventura College and M.E.C.H.A of VC, hosted a virtual meeting to highlight the efforts and accomplishments of Cesar Chavez's civil rights movement.
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.
VCFD firefighters work to put out the Broadway fire on Sunday, March 28, 2021, in Moorpark, CA. Photo credit: Amber Urban

Firefighters extinguish the Broadway fire in Moorpark as flames reach up to 120 feet

By Amber Urban April 1, 2021
On March 28, 2021 at 8:13 P.M. Ventura County Fire Department was called to the 11000 block of Broadway Road in Moorpark, CA for reports of a vegetation fire. When VCFD Engine 42 arrived on scene, they observed a row of eucalyptus trees engulfed in flames reaching 120 feet high.
Bri Fillips and Julian the donkey preform during the 31st annual Spring Spectacular Zoo Done It? on Sunday, March 21, 2021. Photo credit: Ryan Bough

America’s Teaching Zoo hosts the 31st annual Spring Spectacular ‘Zoo Done It?’

By Valeri Roussak March 26, 2021
America’s Teaching Zoo hosted their 31st annual Spring Spectacular, “Zoo Done It?” on March 21. The students of the Exotic Animal Training and Management program all worked together to create an entertaining show for friends and families to come watch.
Image of the COVID-19 vaccination Courtesy of the European Pharmaceutical Review

Ventura County residents share their experiences with the COVID-19 vaccine

By Andrea Lopez March 15, 2021
The Coronavirus outbreak in the United States is approaching its one-year anniversary. The previous year has been nothing short of a rollercoaster for not just the U.S., but the entire world.
The digital sign in front of Moorpark College displays information on the COVID-19 testing site on campus in Moorpark, CA. on Thursday, March 11. Photo credit: Ryan Bough

Associated Students of Moorpark College propose pay for student leadership

By Alondra Alton March 14, 2021
On Tuesday March 9, 2021 the Associated Students of Moorpark College, hosted their weekly meeting. During this meeting, Director of Finance, Marina Bayless, led a presentation with reasons why associated students should get paid.
California Governor Gavin Newsom speaking at Wednesday’s COVID-19 press conference on March 3 in Ventura County.

Ventura County prioritizes providing COVID-19 vaccines for essential workers and educators to safely return to school and work

By Hailey Garcia March 8, 2021
On March 3, Governor of California, Gavin Newsom was present in Wednesday’s press conference. The COVID-19 press conference was held in the Ventura County Office of Education vaccination site
Kristina Ruiz, a second year EATM student, showcases Cheyenee a red-shouldered hawk to visitors at Americas Teaching Zoo in Moorpark, CA on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2021. Photo credit: Ryan Bough

America’s Teaching Zoo continues to thrive one month after reopening with 8 new animals

By Audrey Lang March 5, 2021
America’s Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College reigned in the new year with many new additions, including eight new animals and the reopening of the zoo. The zoo closed in December due to the increase in COVID-19 cases. Recently, the zoo was cleared to open back up to the public.
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