Higher Education Only Equals Money With Experience

A little over eight million California residents have at least a bachelor’s degree. Five million of those graduates are employed.

Measles Rising in Orange County

Since April, Orange County had three confirmed cases of measles, while over 10 county locations have been potentially exposed to

ASG Certifies Election Results After Rescheduling First Day of Voting

As the result of voting and campaign violations, part of the student government’s two-day election process was invalidated and re-scheduled,

Dons Roll Through Cypress 7-3

Sophomore shortstop Raymond Villanueva’s two-run home run in the bottom of the fifth inning put the No.19 Dons out of

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  • November 5, 2018

Santa Ana Might See a New Mayor for the First Time in 24 Years

Miguel Pulido may come to the end of his 24-year run as mayor of Santa Ana. Pulido takes credit for

SAC Administrator Claims Health Center Fully Staffed

A high-level administrator who oversees the health center says he needs proof that SAC reduced assigned nursing hours before he acts.

Health Center Cuts Nurse Hours in Half

Santa Ana College students seeking on-campus medical assistance may be turned down, with budget cuts reducing Health and Wellness Center availability hours.

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  • March 7, 2018

Enroll Now For GR8 Week Classes

Santa Ana College students can receive full credits from eligible courses in only half the time of a the regular sixteen week semester.

Gonzalez, Dons Walk-Off Tigers 2-1 For Fourth Straight Win

The Dons (10-6) defeated the Riverside City College Tigers (11-6) 2-1 in an extra inning thriller with a walk-off walk in the eighth inning.