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Moreno Valley College Unveils Latest Addition to Campus, MVC In Bloom

Moreno Valley College Unveils Latest Addition to Campus, “MVC In Bloom”

Michael Valencia, Staff Writer May 19, 2023

A new mural titled “MVC in Bloom” was unveiled Thursday, May 18th at Moreno Valley College. The year long project was a joint collaboration between MVC alum and local artist Rosy Cortez, the MVC Art...

Library Hotspot Checkout Program Discontinued at the End of Spring Semester

Library Hotspot Checkout Program Discontinued at the End of Spring Semester

Michael Valencia, Staff Writer May 18, 2023

The Moreno Valley College Library has announced it will discontinue its Hotspot checkout program at the end of the current academic year. The program, which was started in 2020, provided mobile internet...

Dean of USCs Rossier School of Education, Dr. Pedro Noguera delivers keynote address during the 7th Annual Diversity Summit

Moreno Valley College Hosts Pedro Noguera Ph.D. for Keynote Address at 7th Annual Diversity Summit

Michael Valencia, Staff Writer April 21, 2023

Moreno Valley College welcomed Pedro Noguera Ph.D. to the 7th Annual Diversity Summit-Unity: The Ties That Bind Us Together as a Culture of Diversity, Humility, and Selfless Service on Wednesday, April...

Dr. Melanie Lindsay, Ethnic Studies Professor, Moreno Valley College

Moreno Valley College Launches New Ethnic Studies Program

Michael Valencia, Staff Writer April 6, 2023

This spring Moreno Valley College launched a new ethnic studies program in accordance with a California Community Colleges Board of Governors policy, which requires community colleges throughout the state...

If This Time of Year You Feel SAD, Heres How to Combat The Winter Blues

If This Time of Year You Feel SAD, Here’s How to Combat The Winter Blues

Michael Valencia, Staff Writer December 16, 2022

More often than not, winter is usually welcomed as one of the most festive seasons of the year. But winter has a dark side. Seasonal Affective Disorder is a subtype of depression characterized by when...

Albert Rabanes represents the U.S. Marines during the Veterans Day Celebration at Moreno Valley College

Decorated Marine adds diplomas to his list of accomplishments

Michael Valencia and Devany Ambriz November 12, 2022

At 72 years young, Albert Rabanes is continuing his education at Moreno Valley College and with four degrees already under his belt he has no plans of stopping anytime soon.  A veteran is someone...

Dia De Los Muertos Ofrenda

Day of the Dead is alive and well in SoCal

Michael Valencia, Staff Writer November 3, 2022

Día De Los Muertos has a unique history dating back to the pre-Colombian cultures of Mesoamerica. It is an observance that honors the dead. The celebration has evolved since then picking up elements from...

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