David Hall Passes Away

By Anthony Saude Walnut – It is with great sadness we mourn the passing of the Regional Chamber of Commerce San Gabriel Valley Board Chair/President, Dr. David Hall, he fought courageously during his long battle with cancer.   David K. Hall, 72, passed away on Sunday, April 22, 2018, he was surrounded by friends and […]

USATF Pulls Olympic Trials From Mt. SAC

Staff Reports Walnut – Mt. San Antonio College was recently informed by USA Track and Field (USATF), that it will no longer host the 2020 USA Olympic Team Track and Field Trials. This decision means that USATF would reopen bidding for a new event venue. While we are disappointed, we accept that the terms of the […]

Mt. SAC to Honor Twenty Students of Distinction

By Anthony Saude WALNUT – Twenty students will be honored this year at Mt. San Antonio College’s annual “Students of Distinction” awards ceremony. The luncheon will take place on Saturday, May 12 at 11:30 a.m. at the Pacific Palms Resort, 1 Industry Hills Parkway, in the City of Industry. These prestigious awards recognize selected students […]

Mt. SAC to Hold “Cash for College”

Staff Reports WALNUT– Mt. San Antonio College will offer free financial aid assistance to area high school seniors and their parents during its annual “Cash for College” fair on Saturday, Feb. 3. The event will include three sessions starting at 9 a.m., 10 a.m., and 11:30 a.m. “This event is all about helping students fill […]

Mt. SAC Spring Registration Begins

By Mike Taylor, Mt. SAC WALNUT– Online registration for Mt. San Antonio College’s spring semester credit classes began Jan. 13.  Classes begin on Monday, Feb. 22. All credit students must register for classes online through the My Mt. SAC Portal at my.mtsac.edu. New students must submit an admission application online. For students who do not have computer access, […]

Mt. SAC Breaks Ground on $46M Business Tech Center

Photo Courtesy of Mt. SAC

By Monique Valadez WALNUT– Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut formally broke ground on its new business and computer complex Oct. 22. Designed to fulfill the academic needs of the school’s business and computer technology programs and other programs well into the 21st century, the 87,000-square-foot complex will comprise three buildings including new technology-based classrooms, […]

Walnut: Big Wins For Mt. SAC Students

By Mike Taylor Walnut – Mt. San Antonio College vocational education student, Troy Majeska, won a silver medal at the SkillsUSA 51st Annual National Leadership Conference competition, June 22-27, in Louisville, KY. Majeska, of La Habra, won the silver medal in the Residential Systems Installation competition, facing five competitors from other colleges across the nation. […]

Walnut: Council Corner 06/25/2014

Mt Sac Womens track and field

BY RAYMOND MENDOZA Walnut – Walnut’s City Council members met at City Hall council chambers on Wed., June 25 to discuss regular City business matters and hold a public hearing concerning the denial of a conditional use permit for the DiMiYa HeadStart Learning Center. Council members first held a presentation to recognize the Mount San […]

Walnut Council Corner 05.28.14

BY RAYMOND MENDOZA Walnut – Walnut City Council members met Wed., May 28 for their final meeting of the month, which sparked heated discussion about the parking situation at Mount San Antonio College from nearby residents. The meeting began when City Council members awarded residents Mary Lee Saint John and Vic Saint John for their […]