October 2015

STEM College Transfer Event

Students transferring to Universities for Engineering Degrees

On September 22, 2015, the STEM (Science Technology Engineering & Math Department) held a College transfer event. There were many colleges that participated, a college from as far as Bakersfield attended.

The STEM Department is a department that provides students academic support in a social learning environment. It is 100% funded through the U.S. Department of Education.

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9/11: Where Were You?

 On the 11th Tuesday morning in the month of September back in 2011, thousands of citizens in New York City were starting their days as if it were any other typical working weekday.

Unfortunately, at 8:46 a.m. that seemingly regular morning, a plane was flown into one of the two buildings of the World Trade Center, also known as the Twin Towers.

Teacher Spotlight: Travis Gibbs

When getting through college, it's easy to convince yourself that you may not succeed. Professor Travis Gibbs, one of our Psychology instructors here on MVC campus, is an exemplary product of determination in life and within education.

Professor Travis Gibbs

Video Game Night

The Game Arts Program hosted their very first Video Game Night of the semester on September 25 in the Science and Technology Building in Room 151.

The night was spectacular!  It was a community of gamers coming under one roof to slaughter each other in their favorite games. The event started around 5:30 p.m., and ended at 9 p.m.

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MVC Student Patricia Landolt: The Journey Begins

September 15. I’m on my way! My day began at 3:30 a.m. this morning.

MVC Student Patricia Landolt: The Winds of Change

The only thing in life that is constant is change! When I was imagining that my life was fairly settled, the winds of change shifted in my direction in January.
Since fall of 2013, I have been attending Moreno Valley College, working towards my Associates degree after much starting and stopping.

College Life and Work

Moreno Valley College Student Torrance Williams manages to stay focused and organized with his academic courses while having a full-time job.

Torrance Williams

The Police State at MVC

The alleged rise in police brutality has caused an unsettling feeling of insecurity among some of our student population.

Some students feel that police officers have perceptions of students according to race. Sergeant Shenton has addressed questions concerning the police state on campus.

Another Leg of the Journey Begins

Be Safe, Be Kind!

For the past seven years I have lived abroad for four years, (China to be exact) taken online classes, traveled Europe as well as the U.S. I have moved six times, I have gotten married and now divorced.


ASMVC Fall Festival held at Ben Clark Academy

Celebrating our Students at Ben Clark Training Center

I attended this event to celebrate and give recognition to our students that attend the Ben Clark Training Program pursing a career in the field of Police, Firefighter, Paramedic, and Sheriff  department

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