Theatre Students Perform Short Stories in Phillips Hall

By Julian E. Romero

An albino musician who is an outcast in his city. A child who loses his father in a machete match. A boy who desperately wants to become a kite is given mental help. These stories and more were performed by students during “One,” the second play of the Theatre Department this season.

Emy Castaneda Swims Against The Odds

By Julian E. Romero

Sophomore Emy Castaneda started this swim season with two broken ribs and was told not to compete for seven weeks.

Last Chance for The Dons

By Julian E. Romero

The Dons’ baseball team is close to striking out for its chance to be in the Orange Empire Conference playoffs.

Dons’ Beach Volleyball Duo Ranked First in State

By Julian E. Romero

Santa Ana sophomores Viridiana Serrano and Mikelle Taylor (8-0) are ranked as the No. 1 beach volleyball duo in the

Science Center Construction Increases Parking Closures

By Julian E. Romero

Honking horns, road rage and hours of wasted gas used to be typical on a Southern California freeway. Now, it’s just another day at Santa Ana College.

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  • March 7, 2018
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