The Weekly Shout Out

Moorpark College Student News, September 25th

THE WEEKLY SHOUT OUT

Beware of the flu bug!

Kate Donovan


The flu bug is once again upon us!
But not to worry, the Moorpark College Student Health Center is offering the flu shot to students at 20 dollars.
The Health Center is strongly promoting getting the flu shot to students, especially Coordinator of Student Health Services Sharon Manakas. She advises students that the best way to prevent the flu is to receive the vaccination.
"My advice is to get it and protect yourself and protect others," said Manakas.
The Flu shot supply in the Health Center does run out most years, students are urged to get it while it is still available. Even if you do develop flu like symptoms and have not received the shot students are encouraged to still visit the health center where they can help you. Students looking into getting the flu vaccine through the Moorpark Health Center located inside the administartion building are asked to make an appointment. Appointments can be made by calling (805)378-1413. For the full story visit studentvoiceonline.com.

MC Womens' Volleyball team victorious uafter double header

Jason Susism

In a solid double header, the Lady Raiders faced off against Imperial Valley College and West Los Angeles College, securing two wins in one day. The Lady Raiders defeated Imperiel Valley College by a margin of three games to one ending with a score of 25-19, 25-13, 22-25, and 25-18. The Lady Raiders carried their momentum into the second match of the night against West Los Angeles College who they defeated three games to none. The Final scores were 25-19, 25-17, and 25-21.
"To win and then come back again and win in our own gym, to have that advantage it's nice," said Moorpark College volley ball player, Cierra Deguzman.
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Vinyl hot spot: Record Outlet

Lisette Rosales

It isn't very common in this era to find records, tapes and movies all in the same location.
Kc Staples, owner of Record Outlet gives music lovers and vinyl heads a good reason to keep coming back for more.
"That is why I keep my prices cheap too, I want people to be able to come in and find what they are looking for or something better and walk away with a good feeling," said Staples.
At the used record store, they really focus on making everyone's experience personal and genuine.

Items such as CDs and vinyls are available.
"I like it mostly because you really never know what you're going to find, " said Amezcua, 18, Moorpark College student.

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