Students react to Bin Laden’s death

AROUND SANTA ANA COLLEGE CAMPUS:

JACOB BROADDUS,
Business major
 

“I feel like he’s been out of the picture for so long now that I really don’t know that it will make too big of a difference. I mean obviously everyone is happy. It has caused many feelings in the U.S. People feel really happy about it I guess but I personally don’t feel like it makes that big of a difference.”

Closeup portrait of Jacob Broaddus, a SAC business major student.
JACOB BROADDUS
NADIA LOPEZ
ASG president  

“I’m the kind of person who thinks that when someone attacks your homeland you’re always going to retaliate. You’re not going to let them bother you at all and you’re going to try to fight them off.”

Closeup portrait of Nadia Lopez, SAC ASG president.
NADIA LOPEZ
MICHAEL KUZARA,
Fire tech major 

“Things are going to change, but there’s always going to be al-Qaida’s members out there. They are still well organized, so they’re going to come back really hard. I think we’re really going to be prepared because Sept. 11 was a really tragic event.”

 

Closeup portrait of Michael Kuzara, a SAC fire tech major student
MICHAEL KUZARA

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