Opening of the Tessmann Planetarium

By Jose Servin Tessmann Planetarium is now open. Santa Ana College President Erlinda Martinez hosted the opening of the renovated

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  • March 17, 2015
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Wild Play Puts Dons in First

By Jacob Peterson Shortstop Katlyn Harvey scored the winning run on a wild sixth inning play as the Dons defeated


Bacon Crust Pizza, Microsoft Evolve and Secrets and Lies: Hotlines March 9, 2015

By Emilio Rodriguez Little Caesars upped the ante of the “Deep! Deep! Dish” pizza, adding bacon wrapped crusts. The taste


College Employees Now Required To Report Sexual Abuse

By Jose Servin College faculty and classified staff are now mandated by a federal law to report sexual misconduct committed

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  • March 11, 2015
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Sailor Moon, Jazz Menagerie and Mila Kunis’ Latest: Hotlines March 1, 2015

By Matthew Salzer As part of its 20th anniversary, the Sailor Moon franchise was rebooted in August with the release


Dons Make Quick Work of Rustlers

By Jacob Peterson and Jaime Buenaventura Starting pitcher Tori Franks tossed her third shutout Wednesday as the Dons stomped out


2015 Oscars Take A Turn Towards Societal Issues

By Edson Valenzuela The Oscars capped off another year in cinema Sunday night in a show with socially conscious acceptance


Chargers Shock Dons Softball At Home

  By Jacob Peterson and Jaime Buenaventura Chargers pitcher Taylor Pierce’s two-hitter shut down the Dons Wednesday versus Cypress College,


Finding Her Place: Chloe Anderson Is Santa Ana College’s First Transgender Athlete

Breaking gender perceptions in sports is personal for Chloe Anderson By Jorge Campos  Kids can tell when someone is different,


Dons Basketball Aims For First Place

By Matthew Salzer The Dons are gunning for a chance at the 2015 Orange Empire Conference Men’s Basktetball playoffs along