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VOL. 30, NO. 6


NOV. 13 - DEC. 3, 2011

Falcons soccer finishes season

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Solano Community College’s Candis Hatfield, left, goes head to head with a Los Medanos player at Solano College Nov. 1, 2013. Hatfield scored the fourth goal of the game, bringing the final score to 4-0 to beat Los Medanos. The Falcons soccer team will miss out on the playoffs this year after losing their final game 2-0 against Folsom Lake College Friday Nov. 8.

Meet the ’Interim’ Interim Dean Rachel Sison Features Editor

Bruce Kinghorn is a welcomed addition to the Liberal Arts department. Though hired on as a consultant, Kinghorn is currently acting as the interim dean, until the interim dean they hired can take up the reins. Kinghorn has an extensive background that makes him suitable for the job. “I came from America River College and I was there for 42 years and I’ve taught in the classroom for almost 30 years and was a dean for almost 13 years,” Kinghorn said. “I was Dean of humanities, Dean of library and learning resources, then Dean of mathematics for a short time.”

Kinghorn’s most recent position was at Saddleback College as Dean of social and behavioral sciences. Kinghorn was brought in Oct. 1, and has since then been working to complete all the tasks that should have been done months ago, while the School of Liberal Arts operated without a dean, such as figuring out the spring schedule and faculty evaluations. Kinghorn faced several issues with the spring class schedule for next year, such as teachers being scheduled for two classes at the same time. Because the work should have been done over the summer, Kinghorn has been playing a catch-up since he’s been here. “I understand the things you should be doing; I just need to understand how that fits into each system, so over the past 3 weeks that’s what I’ve been doing,” Kinghorn said.

In June, SCC hired John Freeman to be the permanent dean for the liberal arts department, however Freeman, who was from England, was delayed due to immigration reasons, according to English professor and humanities coordinator Michael Wyly. Freeman had to return to England within a day of starting the job, for undisclosed reasons, Wyly said. This left the liberal arts department somewhat leaderless for the first six weeks of the semester. Neil Glines, a speech and communications studies professor, will act as the interim dean next semester, while the college begins the hiring process for a permanent dean, Kinghorn said. “It’s uncomfortable for the faculty when they can’t come in the door and lodge a concern,” Kinghorn said. “When they can’t come in and talk to a dean, someone who’s their conduit over here, they get very frustrated.”

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OPINION campus calendar Nov. 14 Registered nursing informa-

5:30- 7:30 p.m. Vacaville campus room 211

tion workshop Learn about program requirements and the application process 5:30 p.m. - 6:45 p.m. Vacaville Center, room 208

Guest Speakers: Mr. C.C. Yin “Entrepreneur, Civic Leader, & Immigrant” 10 - 11 am

Veterans seminar Noon- 1 p.m. and 5 p.m to 6 p.m. Room 1421 Info: 707-864-7105 UC Davis transfer rep on campus Appointments: 8:30noon, Drop in: 1 p.m.- 3:30 p.m. Counseling dept., first floor, 400 building

Nov. 19 Badminton club - open gym 7:30-9:30 p.m. SCC gym, $2 at door Financial Aid “internet café”


Jeri Marshall “Peace Vigil and Summit” 11 am - 12 pm Ms. Claudia Humphry “Support for survivors” 12 - 1 pm ASSC Student Government Meeting 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Room 1421

Nov. 20 Sacramento State University transfer rep on campus Drop in: 9 a.m to noon, appointments: noon-2:30 Counseling dept., first floor, 400 building

Topic: Onenight stands How to acheive while you sleaze

Nov. 21 Interclub council meeting 12:30- 1:30 rm. 1421

Nov. 27 Faculty in-service day, no classes

Nov 28 Dec 1 Thanksgiving Break - No Classes

Dec. 2 Priority registration for spring semester begins

Dec. 7 Finals begin

By Mitchel Bobo Opinion editor

in God knows what? There’s nothing worse then getting lost during your walk of shame. And the morning after, a hasty exit may be necessary.


One night stands are an amalgamation of booze and plain old horniness, an age- old tradition from days of yore, but this generation has taken it to the next level. Navigating new territories is always tricky, so if you are one who chooses to partake in such extracurriculars, here are some tips: Make your stand in a familiar place. It may be fun to hit the town – in a new town – but if you plan on bumping uglies, you should think ahead. Do you want to leave some stranger’s house - at God knows what hour - covered

You should always use protection. A onenight stand can offer quick relief concerning any sexual tension you may be holding onto, but worrying about STDs is a weight no one wants to carry. Stare at your junk as long as you want, take a toothbrush to any orifice you want, you’re not going to know until you get tested – the results of which could take weeks to get back to you. Save yourself the time, worry, and tears shed in the shower while curled in the fetal position. Use protection.

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Megabus carries travelers cheap Pining to see your relatives this Thanksgiving but funds are low? For the starving college student help is on the way. Megabus. com is the first low-cost, express bus service to offer citycenterto-citycenter travel for as low as $1. Since launching in April 2006, has served more than 24 million customers throughout more than 100 cities across North America. Megabus can afford such cheap prices by using bus stops instead of terminals. This cuts the overhead cost. While Greyhound, and Amtrak have designated terminals Megabus stops at locations nearby those terminals to pick up passengers.

ticket with a number on it. This is your position in the line. It doesn’t matter when you purchased the ticket online, the only time that matters is your actual check-in time At the Megabus Los Angeles location (located near Union Station) the bathrooms are closed at night so make sure you go potty before you board the bus. I sat on the upper deck, which gave me an excellent view and also was closer to the downstairs bathroom. You need to get there at least one hour before your scheduled departure because the line forms quickly at the 12 a.m.

On my recent trip from Los Angeles to Oakland, I used the Megabus and was surprised at not only the affordability but the timeliness of the service. It is important to go to their website and see exactly where the stops are. The LA location is easy to find but the West Oakland stop isn’t well marked.

Make sure if you get the double decker bus to head upstairs. You not only get a nice view but it is more spacious. The bathroom takes up some space on the lowerlevel. Seated near the stairs gave me quick access to their restroom. The restroom facilities were clean. My only complaint would be they do not have a sink, only a hand sanitizer dispenser on the wall near the toilet.

When you arrive at the station you are directed to attendants who are standing under an umbrella that says “Megabus.” Think hot dog stand and you have the correct imagery. You are given a

I was sitting next to Andrea Stones, business major at Berkley University. She told me she uses this as her primary means of commute from Los Angeles to the Bay Area all the time.

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“I usually book my ticket months in advance so I get really cheap rates. I average spending $10 at most for my bi-weekly trips,” said Andrea Stones, business major at Berkley University. “It is so important to get to your departure station on time. Even if someone books way ahead online, the attendants don’t care. It is first come first served. I have even taken the bus from L.A. to Vegas. It was super fun,” she added

sity’s Chadwick Institute and a professor and transportation expert, told the Oakland Tribune. “They gradually raise their fares, but they still undercut Amtrak by a large margin.”

The free Wi-Fi was the best service provided by Megabus. Another good feature was the individual outlets in the seating section.

For more information on Megabus check their website at

“Tips on riding the Megabus” on

So if you want a cheap ride, comfy seats and a speedy arrival, then Megabus is the way to go.

By Deborah Graham Online editor dgraham@

There are signs not to carry food on the bus, so if you do carry food make sure you hide it, as I did and munch silently. We only made one stop in Buttonwillow and picked up a handful of passengers. They were quickly loaded and we were on our way. The bus makes a meal stop (similar to Greyhound) and you are able to get off and buy food. “The public is clamoring for lower priced options,” Joseph Schwieterman, director of the Chicago-based DePaul Univer-

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Arrive early to guarantee your seat on the bus.

campus conversation reporter: Carlo Marzan photos: Dagmar Kuta

What are you thankful for?

“Being able to finish school and being alive every day.”

“I’m thankful for my family, the roof over my head and my job.”

“I’m thankful for my father and waking in the morning every day.”

-Devonta Bibbs, computer programming major

-Carmelot Philippe, criminal justice major

-Geneva Bouchet, nursing major

The Tempest is published by Solano College students. Opinions expressed in the paper are those of the individual writers and artists, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the college’s governing board, the administration, the faculty and staff, or the Associated Students of Solano College. Readers may take up to five copies of The Tempest free. Additional copies may be purchased for 25 cents. Member: California College Media Association • Journalism Association of Community Colleges • California Newspaper Publishers Association • Associated Collegiate Press

“For having good friends.”

-Sergio Ortega, music theory major




Christine Butler editor-in-chief

staff writers: Jason Coleman John Glidden Dagmar Kuta Carlo Marzan Ruben Rangel copy editor: John Glidden circulation manager: Carlo Marzan

news editor: Paul Quiroga opinion editor: Mitchel Bobo sports editor: Christine Butler

staff photographers: Erin Marie Fritz Dagmar Kuta Andro Palting Steve Reczkowski *



features editor: Rachel Sison online editor: Deborah Graham photo editor: Erin Marie Fritz

faculty adviser: Samanda Dorger

“I’m thankful for all of my Pokemon.”

-Lance Morton, psychology major

contact us: It is Tempest policy to correct any errors in the paper. Please contact us if you spot one. To get in touch with us: phone: (707) 864-7000, ext. 4361 e-mail: postal address: SCC, Room 1861 4000 Suisun Valley Road, Fairfield, California 94534


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FEATURES Student success highlight

SCC student of 37 years reflects on his time at Solano

Steve Reczkowski/Tempest

Kenny Grover types with a single finger using a custom built keyboard guard to help guide his finger and software sticky keys to regulate his input.

Paul Quiroga News Editor

Besides learning, Grover enjoys strolls outside, personal fitness, and connecting with friends at the college.

When asked about the obstacles this disability creates for the life of a Solano student, Knight said “some teachers are misinformed/uniformed about students with disabilities, and can be unaccommodating. There are also not “Some teachers are enough counselors for these Grover is graduating in students.” the Spring of 2014 with uninformed about Knight expressed that most an A.A. in history and an students with disabiliaccommodations the school A.S. in management. He has are mobility-related. April may also be receiving an ties, and can be Nelson, a fellow student and A.S in political science unaccommodating.” friend of Grover said “students and marketing, according with disabilities fall through to Laurie Knight, a close -- Laurie Knight, Grover’s caregiver the cracks. We are not getting friend and caregiver of our needs met.” Grover. After 37 consecutive years at Solano Community college, student Kenny Grover, 55, reflects on his time spent learning and what he has accomplished.

Grover suffers from cerebral palsy, a disease that causes physical motor dysfunction and motion impairment. “My body does not always react the way I want it to,” he wrote in an essay titled “My Life with Cerebral Palsy.” This disability does not affect Grover’s ability to think and learn, provided the appropriate accommodations are provided for him. For instance, Grover often spends time in a writing lab where others can help him physically operate a computer and handle study material.

Nelson and Knight both said that Grover would already have the degrees he is earning in 2014 and possibly more if the school counseled with him more often, and provided easier access to the same resources all other students receive. Despite some obstacles, Grover is optimistic about his education, and has a great time at Solano. School has been Grover’s life, and he loves to learn. He says he has no plans to stop taking classes, or even transfer to another institution.

Kenny Grover punches a soccer ball in a mesh bag as part of his wor ing. Grover is petitioning to graduate with four degrees in May 201


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“Volition” is a crowd-funded success Jason Coleman Staff Writer

It has been a rough year for Canadian prog-metal band Protest the Hero. In order to continue making music, the group was forced to crowd-fund their new album after failing to repay the advance money from their former record company. Luckily, through an extremely successful fund-raising campaign on Indiegogo, Protest has launched themselves back into the game with their new masterpiece, “Volition.” “Volition” marks the first recording without the band’s former drummer and founding member Moe Carlson. However, Protest know a few big names in the industry, and hired Lamb of God drummer Chris Adler as a session musician for their new album. Adler’s drumming gives a great deal of raw power to the band’s sound. While Carlson tended to blend into the rhythms and let the guitar and vocal melodies carry the songs, Adler adds a driving force to the music, though the majority of the time Adler’s beats are much less intricate sounding than fans may be used to. If Carlson’s drums were a waltz, then Adler’s is a stampede. Guitarists Tim Millar and Luke Hoskin have both taken a step in the right direction. Millar and Hoskin’s riffs have always been very sporadic, with a heavy reliance on harmonics. “Volition” has a much more structured feel, and Millar and Hoskin sound more like a single unit rather than two separate players. The lead riff for Yellow Teeth has a much more ‘chordy’ feel to it, which is uncommon

in their recent work. In fact, the album’s leading track, “Clarity” has a good amount of influence from the band’s roots as a punk band. For the first time in the band’s history, bassist Arif Mirabdolbaghi did not contribute any of the lyrics, leaving vocalist Rody Walker to step in as the sole writer. Walker’s lyrics are much more blatant and explicit than Mirabdolbaghi’s, and dive head first into their themes rather than leaving them implicit. Protest have always been very political, but “Volition” completely lifts the veil in this regard. For example, “A Life Embossed” was written in reaction to recent laws prohibiting citizens of Ontario from owning pit bulls, according to Walker speaks out in the song, stating, “I’m proud of every pit bull, but ashamed of my own country. I oppose any legislature that should try and stop me.” As far as Walker’s vocal work, “Volition” is a huge leap for the singer as far musicality. Walker’s range seems to have grown smaller over the years (not much you can do when you start the band when at age 13) but he has more than made up for it with raw talent. Walker back up his creative cadences with incredible resonance and tone. “Volition” has a variety of guest vocalists as a part of crowd-funding offer, including Canadian folk singer Jadea Kelly, making her third appearance on a Protest the Hero album. If you haven’t had the chance to check out Protest the Hero, “Volition” is a great place to get started. Despite the hardships that have afflicted the band the past year, they have pressed on to deliver their fans one of their best records to date.






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Historic mansion in our own backyard Paul Quiroga

and transformed the it into a mansion.

News Editor

Two weeks ago Solano’s board of trustees took a tour of the Stondene estates, located just across Suisun Valley Road near the college, where President Jowel Laguerre’s holiday party will be held Dec. 6. The four-acre historic Samuel Martin/Stonedene site is owned by the Stonedene Foundation, a non-profit organization preserving the site and its history. The house was built in 1861, and has twenty-five rooms, The South face of the Stonedene estate mansion. The mansion has an area of 10,500 squaremany of which were added feet, and was built in 1861. Stonedene is located across the street from the 600 building in 1926 when architect Julia Morgan, the designer of Hearst Castle at San Simeon, Calif., renovated the village-house Andro Palting/Tempest

The site also includes relics of a Patwin-Suisun Indian village. The Stonedene Foundation website describes “round milling holes, created over many generations by the grinding pestles of the women as they worked to process acorns and other nuts and seeds for food.” Richard D. Ambro of Holman and Associates, archeological consultants, reported in June of 1990 that Native Americans had lived on the Stondene site since about 1000 A.D. The board of trustees may also be interested in purchasing the estate to possibly use for fundraising events and parties, according to Student trustee Latifah Alexander, who said it was “just an idea”.

Student government rejects TV network services as not worthwhile Paul Quiroga

The services would include the installation of televisions across campus that features only mtvU content, which focuses on aspects of college life and oncampus events.

News Editor

The American digital cable television network MTVU (also mtvU) proposed a contract to Solano college the past two semesters that would employ their services on campus, according to student government advisor Jose Ballesteros.

The ASSC student government declined the offer after a visit to Folsom Lake college where mtvU has earned a negative reputation. “Apparently one student threw a brick at a television because the program was offensive” said Business senator Kyle

Donate clothing for women and children From November through Jan. 31 the Travelodge at 4625 Central Way in Fairfield, Calif. will be collecting coats and jackets for women and children.  The coats will be locally distributed by Solano County’s Children in Need of Hugs.  Clean, gently-used coats can be brought to the Travelodge at any time during the day from now until Jan. 31.  Bring  a coat to directly to the hotel and receive $10 off the standard room rates. The coat drive is part of the

One Warm Coat community service project, a non-profit organization that supports local coat drives with collection and distribution. For more information, contact Coats can also be dropped off at The Tempest newsroom in room 1861 on the Fairfield campus, hours are Mon. Wed. and Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. through Dec. 9.

SCC blood drive Nov. 21 Give blood and get a free t-shirt at the Solano College blood drive. BloodSource and the SCC nursing class of 2014 will have a bloodmobile at the clock tower 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m Thursday, Nov. 21.

Donors are advised to eat and drink before donating and should bring a photo ID. For more information or to volunteer, call 707-303-4016.

Deadline for food handling certification Members of any club handling food at club fundraisers must obtain a food safety certification by Nov. 15. Clubs without certification cannot hold bake sales, due to a state law that took effect last year. 

Certificates must be submitted to the Student Development office in 1400 by Nov. 15. To receive a food handler card, visit www.premierfoodsafety. com to take an online exam. The cost is $9.95, the

exam takes about 90 minutes. The cost must be covered by the club. For more information, visit the Student Development Office in room 1425.

Todd. This was not the only factor that swayed ASSC to reject the network. According to Todd, there seemed to be strict rules associated with the contract, like penalties for unplugging televisions or turning the program off. “There would probably be a lot of maintenance costs involved,” Todd said. Public relations representative J.D.

Barkeley said what mtvU had to offer was “nothing worthwhile”, and questioned whether the shows and programs the network displayed would have any relevance to academic life at Solano Community College. Popular shows on mtvU include ASK, which lets college students ask celebrities questions, and the youth-centered “college radio” which promotes and features new music.


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Falcons earn exciting win on sophomore night Dagmar Kuta Photographer/Staff writer

The Solano Lady Falcons won their second match against Los Medanos’ team with a shutout win. Four goals were scored by the Falcons during the Nov. 1 game. Before five minutes were gone, forward and midfielder Crystal Thompson Andreas scored a quick pair of goals past the Los Medanos goalkeeper. The Lady Falcons maintained possession of the ball from the

beginning of the game, creating a strong force against the opposing players. Quick passing and breakaway runs created opportunities for goals. Defender Amanda Hadsell passed the ball up to midfielder Candis Hatfield, who took a breakaway run down the right side of the field. After a short scuffle in the center of the field, the ball skid out to forward and midfielder Bryce Branagan-Franco, who took a long shot, which unfortunately soared over the goal. Hatfield later took a breakaway

up the field, and made a short pass to the center, where forward Megan Welsh was positioned perfectly to tap the ball into the net, scoring goal three for the Lady Falcons. Midfielder Tia Rowley was fouled about 50 yards from the goal, resulting in an indirect kick for the Falcons. The final home game also represents sophomore night, where the team says goodbye to and congratulates graduating sophomores. Honorees include Hatfield, who was a team captain and scored

one goal during the 2013 season, Thompson Andreas, who sat out due to injuries for the majority of the season, but managed to score twice during the game that evening, and Branagan-Franco, who served as a team captain and was voted “Most Inspirational Player” her freshman season, and made four assists during the 2013 season. The players were presented with gifts and flowers from their teammates in the center of the field. The second half started off with an exciting play, during which

Carranza, brought the ball into the goal box, close enough to score. Unfortunately, an opposing defender cleared the ball before a goal could be made. Thirty minutes into the second half, after settling into the disadvantage of facing both the sun and the wind, Hatfield, shot a solid goal directly past the goalkeeper, scoring the fourth and final goal of the game.

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Solano Community College sophmores (from left to right) Crystal Thompson Andreas, Candis Hatfield, and Bryce BranaganFranco hold gifts on sophmore night Nov. 1, 2013.


Wed. Nov. 13, 2013 6 p.m. - Volleyball vs College of Alemeda Fri. Nov. 15, 2013 6 p.m. - Volleyball vs CCC Tues. Nov. 19, 2013 6 p.m. - Volleyball @ Mendocino College Sat. Nov. 23, 2013 TBA - Women’s Soccer Regional Playoffs Round 1 @ TBA

Tues. Nov. 26, 2013 7 p.m. -Volleyball Nor-Cal Playoffs @ TBA TBA - Women’s Soccer Regional Playoffs Round 2 @ TBA Fri. Nov. 30, 2013 7 p.m. -Volleyball Nor-Cal Playoffs @ TBA TBA - Women’s Soccer Regional Playoffs Round 3 @ TBA Tues. Nov. 26, 2013 7 p.m. -Volleyball Nor-Cal Playoffs @ TBA

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Harmonie Carranza (#14) attempts to shoot a goal pass Los Medanos’ goalie Nov. 1, 2013. Andro Palting/Tempest


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Castro let go of soccer for volleyball Falcons’ setter chose to go with her passion

“I chose to continue with volleyball because I felt that I wasn’t as passionate about soccer as I was volleyball, although I do miss playing soccer.” - Selina Castro

Selina Castro has played in all 61 sets and has 275 assist and 54 digs so far this season. Erin Marie Fritz

Christine Butler Editor in Chief/Sports Editor

Selina Castro wasn’t always a volleyball player. At seven years old, she played soccer and softball. Castro, a second-year setter for the SCC Falcons volleyball team, started out in that sport when she was 12. Castro’s parents took her to a volleyball summer camp when she was 12 to see if she would like it. “I had a really great experience at the camp so I decided to keep playing,” Castro said.

However, once Castro began high school she had to make a choice. “I had to choose between soccer and volleyball because I wanted to make sure I could keep up with my school work,” Castro said. “I chose to continue with volleyball because I felt that I wasn’t as passionate about soccer as I was volleyball, although I do miss playing soccer.” Castro is now a starting setter this year and has been doing great. “This year she took on a starting role and has done a very successful job at running our offence,” said head coach Darla Williams. “Selina has really

stepped up her game this year, she was determined to see her playing time and make an impact on the team,” said Williams. “She has done just that with improving her defense and her setting to make us strong contenders for the conference.” Castro isn’t a captain for the team but she feels that she can sometimes get the team pumped before a game. “I’m not the loudest person so when I yell or do something out of the ordinary they laugh and it makes things fun,” said Castro. ‘I also lead by trying to show a positive example to the other girls and staying posi-

tive. I think I help the team by trying to do my best at all times and I do what I expect others to do for me,” said Castro. SCC’s volleyball team does some team bonding so that they can connect on and off the field. In Castro’s free outside of volleyball she likes to go to the beach and hangout with her family. Whenever she can she also likes to hang out with other young adults at her church and friends. She likes to watch movies, watch family and friends play sports and of course catch up on her sleep.

Castro’s major is biology but she wants to change it to nursing because she wants to become a nurse because she likes to help people. She plans to transfer to Sacramento State or Simpson University. The Falcons’ volleyball team won 36 out of 39 sets with a record of 11-1 matches for the conference and 17-3 matches overall, making them number one in the conference just ahead of Alameda College with an record of 11-1 in the conference and 17-5 overall.

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