Club’s “Free Speech Ball” Deflated for Obscenities and Hate Speech

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School officials ordered the deflation of a “Free Speech Ball” that students had written on Monday, saying that it contained

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  • November 19, 2018
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Freshman Survival Guide: How to Stay Sane and Not Fail Your Classes

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We all deal with stress. It’s a six letter word that can never be pushed aside. Especially when it’s your first year in college. Students who passed their first year have these tips for freshmen.It’s important to take it easy and go at your own pace. We tend to feel pressure to finish everything fast whether it’s to register for classes or to graduate.


Arrested art

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  I Just Blue Myself, a gallery inspired by the TV series Arrested Development, will open on May 25. The

DACA Clinic

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A Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival clinic will take place Saturday, June 8, at the Johnson Center in the U


Hurtt Family Clinic opens

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The Hurtt Family Clinic opened a new location in Santa Ana to increase patient accessibility. Demographics show 72 percent of

Sweat it out (Daily)

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Get fit with daily dance classes at the Jerome Center for $5 a session. Zumba, aerobic dance, and toning workout


OC food tripping (Wednesday & Thursday)

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Gourmet food trucks like the Ragin Cajun and Baconmania offer savory street cuisine at the OC Fair and Event Center,

Berries galore

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Garden Grove celebrates the 55th annual Strawberry Festival from May 24 to May 27. The free festival offers booth games,


Gear up for finals (5/20-21/13)

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The Associated Student Government is giving away school supplies from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Spot on May


Bullying leaves a lasting mark

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Student Fernando Antunez writes a letter during the Love Letters to a Bully event on campus. Dozens of notes were

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  • May 16, 2013
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