(Virtual Reality) Imagine that a person could hop into a magical car which would teleport them to a Beatles concert in the 1960s. After the concert, the person could get back into the car and be teleported into a sci-fi world of Dungeons and Dragons. Soon after that, the person might decide to ge...
A Film Review “Make America Great?” a film written and directed by Candice Vernon, was screened at the Cayton Center at Santa Monica College on February 23. The film takes place in both the future, 2021, and during the 2016 presidential election. In the future, a group of seven, including ...
Many college students have learned to be thrifty now that tuition prices have reached an all time high.Read more »
For the first time, SMC hosted Thanksgiving dinner in the cafeteria on Tuesday. This event was especially designed for international students, who usually do not have family close by and home is either too far or too expensive to visit.Read more »
SMC has been granted nearly 6 million dollars by the U.S. Department of Education to develop STEM programs at the school.Read more »
Why do our food choices matter? How can we feed ourselves and save the planet? These are questions that Bonnie Modugno, MS, RN, nutrition consultant, speaker, and author answered at this week’s science lecture at SMC. She discussed dietary choices and their influences on our health and the environment.Read more »
On Sunday Oct. 22, the SMC Football team got the beating of their lives against Ventura College losing 76-21. The Corsairs record falls to 1-6. The Women's Water Polo team also had a rough day on Oct. 26 against Citrus College taking an 18-2 loss. They remain winless with an 0-13 record. ...
In soccer, there is no greater tension than a tied game with 90 minutes and stoppage on the clock. Any shot can be the game winner and for the Corsairs, that magic shot found the back of the net to walk off the pitch with a 2-1 victory over LA Pierce College.Read more »
New head coach Bill Laslett was handed the keys to the Corsairs Football Team after an 11-0 season, but the Corsairs are struggling with a 1-4 start.Read more »
As we all know, balancing ones heath and budget do not coincide. College students today are looking for affordable meals that satisfy their cravings but won’t jeopardize their well-being.Read more »
Protesters of all ages and races were standing-up and speaking-out against the injustice black in Hollywood on Wednesday September 28.Read more »
The Corsair Football Team continues to struggle this season with it's fourth straight loss against Orange Coast College Pirates.Read more »