Newhall’s farmer’s market has something for everyone

By Steven Barrera and Luke Fitzgerald Staff Writers On any Saturday morning, rain or shine, a bustling sight greets visitors outside the Old Town Newhall Library on Lyons. Pop-ups and booths of every color line the parking lot. Walking through the crowd, you can see a booth selling strawberry and pineapple tamales. The smell ofContinue reading “Newhall’s farmer’s market has something for everyone”

Cop that Vintage: Where fashion finds a second life

By Steven Barrera Staff Writer Many students wait until after college to chase their dreams but that is not the case for Ryan Fooks, Leroy Thompson, and Regan Noll. The three have gone into selling vintage clothing. They created an Instagram account called copthat_vintage where they showcase some of their inventory and make announcements. TheContinue reading “Cop that Vintage: Where fashion finds a second life”

University takes aim at easing the parking crunch

By Steven Barrera, Staff Writer The Master’s University has seen a surge in enrollment in the form of back-to-back record freshman classes in 2020-21 and 2021-22. And, while this is recognized almost universally on campus as a good thing, it has not been without challenges. The most pressing, according to many students, is the sudden,Continue reading “University takes aim at easing the parking crunch”

Swords and ministry? Local park outreach has students buzzing

By Steven Barrera, Staff Writer If you are looking for something fun to do on a Saturday mornings, Sword of the Christian Ministries has the perfect thing for you.  Sword of the Christian Ministries teaches the team martial art of Evach Lahak, which started in the 1980’s in southern California. Lahak focuses as much onContinue reading “Swords and ministry? Local park outreach has students buzzing”

From Italy to the SCV: TMU’s Martino shines

By Steven Barrera, Staff Writer Adjusting  to a new team can be tough for many college athletes, but Italian born Giorgio Martino has had to adjust to living in a new country as well.  For Martino, The Master’s University was not his first stop to America as he had previously played soccer at Arizona WesternContinue reading “From Italy to the SCV: TMU’s Martino shines”