MiraCosta College Student News

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MiraCosta College Student News

The Chariot News Media


The ASG election ended on Apr. 28 with  Monserrate Ayala (pictured) securing the position of president.

Meet the new Associated Student Government president

Lydia Schmidtler, Correspondent May 20, 2022
Recently, MiraCosta College held its Associated Student Government elections. Monserrate Ayala was elected MCC student president. MCC ASG has six elected positions, one of which is president. The job of the student body president is to advocate for and be the voice of the students.
Womens March for abortion rights

Women’s March for abortion rights

Amelia Kaiser, News and Features Editor October 16, 2021
Oct. 2 - A marcher for San Diego's Women's March for abortion rights holds a sign depicting a wire coat hanger. The hanger is a symbolic reminder of the dangers of banning abortion. Prior to Roe v. Wade’s protection of legal abortions, people desperately sought out dangerous procedures that were performed with hangers, leading to complications and sometimes death.
The Library and Information Hub at the Oceanside campus is open to all those who are cleared to return on campus. The hours of operation are Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

MiraCosta Library offers free access to popular movies and big name magazines

Jason Kanetakis, Editor-in-Chief October 6, 2021
Academic articles for research papers, movie and e-book databases, Verizon wifi hotspots, and a complimentary New York Times subscription all come included with being a MiraCosta College student. These programs are provided for...
The Stay Healthy campaign’s posters are posted around the Oceanside campus to remind MCC’s staff and students to follow safe practices while on campus during the COVID-19 pandemic.

MiraCosta’s transition back to in-person learning during the COVID-19 pandemic

Amy Eager, Multimedia Reporter October 4, 2021

Oct. 21, 2021: An earlier version of this article stated that the Fall 2021 semester was the first to bring back on-campus courses. The article was updated to reflect the fact that MiraCosta College has...

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