Acceptance of Others Should Extend to Trans Community

Staff Editorial The transgender community deserves our empathy and a safe space  free from danger and violence. Last year, local activist

Charlie Hebdo Demonstrations Across France

Charlie Hebdo Attack Terrorized Free Speech

By Jose Servin The shooting attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo last month was not an abuse of the

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Chicano Muralist on Display at SAC’s Art Gallery

  By Nashe Harley The work of artist Carlos Callejo, including one of his completed murals, is now showing in


Transgender Actors Are Breaking Down Stereotypes

Media gives viewers a negative impression of transgender people by not accurately portraying them. By Izabella Santana An actors’ sex is assumed


Agent Carter, Empire and #TeamFifty: Hotlines Feb. 16, 2015

Agent Carter ABC By Matthew Salzer Agent Carter shows the struggles women endured post World War II with cliché-busting SSR


OC’s Measles Epidemic Continues to Spread

Containing an outbreak linked to unvaccinated children strains public health resources By John Olivares  A measles epidemic that began at

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College Officials Support Obama’s Free-Tuition Plan

California educates 60 percent of community college students for free By Jovany Leon Education officials support President Obama’s plan to

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Don Bookstore Launches Free Loyalty Rewards Program

By Jovany Leon The Don Bookstore launched a free loyalty rewards program at the start of the semester that students

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Getting To Know: Athletic Field Groundskeeper Jesse Garcia

By Izabella Santana Keeping Santa Ana College’s athletic fields up to par is an overlooked task and may be seen


Trans Community Faces More Mental Health Issues

Suicide rates are higher among the transgender community studies reveal By Joanna Meza Members of the transgender community are 40