SMC on way to offer new BA

Yasha Hawkins

A four-year Bachelor of Arts pilot program in interaction design might be coming to Santa Monica College. Back in September, Governor...  Read More »

November 19, 2014

Presidential task force sets to take on sexual harrassment

Rachel Gianuario

In compliance with legal requirements to participate in President Obama’s new sexual harassment policy for colleges, Santa Monica College President Chui L. Tsang created...  Read More »

November 12, 2014

Call of duty: an SMC student vet on forging a path through life

Call of duty: an SMC student vet on forging a path through life

Jose Gutierrez, Staff Writer

Dressed in comfortable clothes, Santa Monica College student Francisco Muñoz sits at a stone table outside SMC's Liberal Arts building enjoying his bowl of cereal. The sky...  Read More »

November 12, 2014

Last  week, this morning November 10, 2014

Last week, this morning November 10, 2014

Corsair Staff

In case these passed you by, here is a recap of recent events on campus over the last week. Monday SMC Associated Students Director of Outreach Robert...  Read More »

November 10, 2014

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Xiovana Ordaz: Eat, Sleep, Play Soccer

Xiovana Ordaz: Eat, Sleep, Play Soccer

Claudius West, Staff Writer

For Xiovana Ordaz, her entire life thus far has revolved around a black and white, synthetic leather ball. “I just know that my whole life was soccer,” Ordaz said,...  Read More »

November 19, 2014 • 0 comments

Corsairs aim to capture first bowl game victory after four year victory streak

Trev Angone

The Santa Monica College Corsairs once again stand alone above the rest as four-time consecutive American Pacific Conference champions....  Read More »

November 19, 2014 • 0 comments

SMC slays the Pierce Brahmas

SMC slays the Pierce Brahmas

Trev Angone, Co-Sports Editor

The Santa Monica College Corsairs finished their regular season off with a bang Saturday, blowing...  Read More »

November 17, 2014 • 0 comments

Men’s soccer season ends with heated tempers

James Powel, Sports Editor

There is an old poem that advises that one not, "go gently into that good night." Apparently someone pushed that message into the heads of the Citrus College Owl's men's...  Read More »

November 17, 2014 • 0 comments

Corsairs prepare for Pierce in search of outright conference championship

Trev Angone

The 15th ranked Corsairs have already secured at least a share of the 2014 American Pacific Conference Championship, but it just doesn’t...  Read More »

November 12, 2014 • 0 comments

SMC women’s basketball conquers in first game of the season

SMC women’s basketball conquers in first game of the season

Adam Pine , Photographer

On Saturday night, the Santa Monica College Corsair women's basketball team opened the season by playing...  Read More »

November 11, 2014 • 0 comments

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Letter From The Editor: fall’s twilight hour

Alci Rengifo

With the the twilight of the fall semester now upon us, our final three issues for this season are once again dealing directly with issues both at home and abroad. As I...  Read More »

November 22, 2014 • 0 comments

No more hiding in the shadows: Dealing with sexual harassment at SMC

Devin Page

Situation 1: You were just lab partners. It meant nothing. Now they want to go out on a date and take things further. They just won't get a clue and won't stop texting...  Read More »

November 19, 2014 • 0 comments

Letter From The Editor: the necessity of respect

Alci Rengifo

In this week's issue our news section reports on the establishment of a presidential task force Santa Monica College to evaluate how the campus handles sexual harassment...  Read More »

November 12, 2014 • 0 comments

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Tanna Frederick finds her dark heart in “Train To Zackopane”

Tanna Frederick finds her dark heart in “Train To Zackopane”

Alci Rengifo, Editor-in-Chief

Tanna Frederick has spent years making her name as a local actress in the Santa Monica community, headlining several notable productions at venues like the Santa Monica Playhouse...  Read More »

November 19, 2014 • 1 comment

Shakespeare’s Globe presents a traditional “King Lear” with a few odd ripples in time

Shakespeare’s Globe presents a traditional “King Lear” with a few odd ripples in time

Rachel Gianuario

Shakespeare's Globe is visiting The Broad Stage with a traditional depiction of Shakespeare’s “King Lear,” the tragic tale of the true meaning of love, the art of duplicity,...  Read More »

November 12, 2014 • 0 comments

Student film “Hurt” screens at SMC along side a preview of UCLA’s first feature length film project

Alci Rengifo

On Saturday night, as rowdy crowds of Homecoming dissipated, a large audience gathered at room 165 of the Humanities & Social Sciences building for the screening of...  Read More »

November 12, 2014 • 0 comments

“Interstellar” is a grand space opus

“Interstellar” is a grand space opus

Alci Rengifo

Like him or not, Christopher Nolan is firmly established as an "event director," as one of those filmmakers who is known by reputation as much as by his film titles. The success...  Read More »

November 12, 2014 • 0 comments

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SMC nurses open door to new age healing

SMC nurses open door to new age healing

Yasha Hawkins, Staff Writer

Last Saturday, Santa Monica College’s Student Nursing Association invited students and alternative health advocates to experience “a holistic approach to health.” For...  Read More »

November 12, 2014 • 1 comment

Hack CC brings a marathon of coding to community college

Hack CC brings a marathon of coding to community college

Alfredo Gutierrez, Staff Writer

Hackathons are long, rigorous events that test the limits of computer programmers' minds. These events call for creativity, passion and of course, knowledge of coding languages...  Read More »

November 12, 2014 • 0 comments

Heart of glass: the intricate and delicate art of glass sculpting

Heart of glass: the intricate and delicate art of glass sculpting

Jeffrey Chacon, Staff Writer

Tucked...  Read More »

November 5, 2014 • 0 comments

One foot at a time: stretching into immunity with yoga

One foot at a time: stretching into immunity with yoga

Devin Page

I was nervously sweating, taking slow deep breaths, as I stepped onto my mat and waited for further instruction. "Spread your legs out and get a wide stance, svanasana...  Read More »

November 5, 2014 • 1 comment

Sifting through thrift: ditch conventional retail and go second hand

Sifting through thrift: ditch conventional retail and go second hand

Devin Page, Staff Writer

Most college students have multiple limitations and preferences when it comes...  Read More »

November 5, 2014 • 1 comment

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The Waiting Exile

Greil Kropotkin

And if you took my hand On an autumnal evening in a promenade, On a Thursday at the stroke of 11 And you told me "let's go" And we left...  Read More »

September 24, 2014 • 0 comments

A Rose is Just a Rose

David Veta

A rose is just a rose It's not by any other name It isn't Summer or Spring or lovers or anything like that, It isn't Christ or England or York, wars have been named...  Read More »

September 17, 2014 • 0 comments

Upon Observing Students on the SMC Campus

Chase Maser

Who am I to make complaints Or to whine about my days When in truth I have no real restraints That proves my hearts dismay What courage has my heart gave forth Or what...  Read More »

September 17, 2014 • 0 comments

Frederick, the body-swapping duck

Frederick, the body-swapping duck

Courtney King

Frederick ruffled his feathers. The Santa Monica sun warmed his beak as he paddled around the Art Pond. He watches  book-laden...  Read More »

September 15, 2014 • 0 comments

Paradox

Sarah Yosef

You’re Muslim right? That’s pretty exotic it’s messed up how they show your...  Read More »

September 15, 2014 • 0 comments

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