Read our Fall 2023 Print: Vol. 100 No. 1

Our 100th anniversary print is composed from a variety of topics from UCI, to Non-Citizen voting, Calle Cuarto, Happy Daps,

  • News
  • April 2, 2015

Santa Ana College Awarded State Department of Finance Grant

By Joanna Plaza-Uriostegui Santa Ana College is receiving $3.57 million for its innovative work in higher education. The California Department of

Furious 7 Hits the Big Screen April 3

By Matthew Salzer Furious 7 debuts April 3. The film follows Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and Brian O’Connor (Paul Walker)

State Lawmakers Propose Raising Smoking Age to 21

California becomes the fifth state to propose raising the smoking age to 21 By Izabella Santana In an effort to

Plus-Size Models Are Changing Perceptions of Beauty

  By Izabella Santana Flipping through fashion magazines reveals countless pages of women defining what society believes to be a

How the Dons Keep Their Gloves in Shape

By Andrew Mata Infielder Troy Baird gets up and heads to the refrigerator every day before practice. But he is

New Co-Head Coach Susie Parra Brings a History of Excellence to the Dons

By Jacob Peterson Dons new Co-Head Coach Susie Parra adds both a background of winning and a calm leadership style

  • News
  • March 31, 2015

Orange County’s Only Planetarium Reopens After Renovations

  By Edson Valenzuela and Jose Servin Orange County’s only planetarium is back in orbit. President Erlinda Martinez and Trustee

  • News
  • March 30, 2015

CSUN Plans to Cut Enrollment Over the Next Few Years

  Cal State Universities are reducing enrollment for first-time freshmen and transfer students because of high enrollment rates. CSU Northridge

  • News
  • March 30, 2015

Campus Security Guards Will Soon Carry Guns

  By Joanna Meza District officials are moving forward with a plan to arm security officers throughout the Rancho Santiago