Taylor Moore

Taylor Moore is a senior broadcast journalism major and Campus Times editor-in-chief for Spring 2024. In her sixth semester on Campus Times, she has served as the LV Life editor and social media editor twice, as well as a staff writer. She’s also worked on the University’s television news broadcast Foothill Community News as an anchor and reporter, and was a on-air personality for the University’s radio station 107.9 LeoFM.

First Person Experience: Halloween Horror Nights is a scary good time

Spooky season is in full effect and with it, is Universal Studios Hollywood’s highly anticipated Halloween Horror Nights. 

Movie Review: ‘The Exorcist: Believer’ is an unnecessary sequel

“The Exorcist: Believer” was released in theaters last Friday. As a fan of “The Exorcist” and horror movie buff, I had high hopes for the sequel, especially since it had been 50 years in the making.

Lecture puts climate change in context

Former Minister of Environment of Morocco and climate change activist Hakima El Haité presented “Climate Change and International relations” for the 2023 Benzair Bhutto and Ahmed Ispahani International Lecture Wednesday in Morgan Auditorium. 

Sage ceremony symbolizes rebirth and growth

In honor of California Native American Day,  the University held a Sage Gathering and Blessing ceremony last Friday in front of the Ludwick Center. 

President Mahdavi reflects on the importance of being present

The University’s new President Pardis Mahdavi was the first speaker in a series of monthly talks titled “What Matters Most to Me and Why” Aug. 31 in the Ludwick Center Sacred Space. 

Commentary: I have never been to a concert, and here’s why

The Los Angeles area was overflowing with concerts this summer. As a Los Angeles resident, I was ready to go into the online waiting queues for tickets, no matter how many hours it took, since there were so many artists I loved coming to town.

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