College sign destroyed in car wreck

JEREMY MULFORD-Digital Editor in Chief 


A student destroyed the MiraCosta College sign at the Barnard entrance of the college at 7:45 a.m. this morning when the driver collided with it coming up the hill. MCC PD and the Oceanside Fire Department were on the scene within minutes.

According to Officer David Santos, of MCC PD, the driver claimed to have swerved because of a small animal in the road. Driver’s side airbags deployed from the impact.The student who was driving a white four-door  Hyundai Elantra, was taken to the hospital by Oceanside paramedics. 

The driver suffered a laceration to the face and complained of shoulder pain. The student should be released by this evening.

“I don’t know how fast the driver was going. The student said they were doing the speed limit. I am just starting to investigate it now,” stated Santos.

Compass Pass makes sprinting a breeze

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Students can now purchase the North County Transit District Compass Pass at the Cashiers Office on the Oceanside Campus for the discount price of $19. The pass is good for all Sprinter/Breeze routes and is valid for 30 days from time of purchase.

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Pro-life group sets up display on campus



ISRAEL GUTIERREZ-Staff Reporter 


 

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The pro-life group set up camp under the clock tower-Photos by Jeremy Mulford 

Last Wednesday, the Center for Bio-ethical Reform set up a presentation under the clock tower to share their Pro-Life perspective with students.

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