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  • November 16, 2022

A day of capturing action in Huntington Beach

The SAC Photography and Journalism and Media Studies departments launched a cross-listed Introduction to Photojournalism class this fall to explore

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  • September 16, 2022

Print our Fall ’22 Survival guide zine

School is hard. Navigating college and all the moving parts to get what you want out of your degree can

College works to tackle growing housing insecurity among students

By Kate Harker The number of homeless students at Santa Ana College is currently unknown because the most recent survey

Messy love drama Ana in the Tropics premieres Friday

Byline: Emma McMillen and Sergio Gutierrez  Murder, adultery and cigar rolling. An ensemble cast of theatre students, alumni and faculty

Photo Essay: Inside the Ceramics Studio

Byline: Adam Ponce and Emily Hernandez We followed students in Santa Ana College’s ceramics program to uncover what has been

Ceramics students are throwing it down

Byline: Words by Emily Hernandez and Miranda Navarro Isabel Gonzalez crossed the Mexican border when she was only 7 years

New buildings overshadow current ones with repair needs

While SAC is focusing on the newly constructed buildings, it seems as though the old ones are slipping into disrepair

Science Center evacuated after toxic fumes set off fire alarm

Byline: Sergio Gutierrez and Jon Espinoza The month-old Science Center was evacuated and classes canceled for about two hours Monday

San Diego trio “Almost Monday” Headlines the Constellation Room

Byline: Emily Hernandez and Adam Ponce The crowd was a mass of twenty-somethings bobbing their heads, jumping up and down

  • News
  • March 1, 2022

New building is a modern home for the sciences

Science students at SAC have a new modern playground for learning on campus. Starting spring semester, the 65,000-square-foot Science Center