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  • April 1, 2020

‘We’ve never seen something like this’: A COVID-19 Q&A with Santa Ana Mayor Miguel Pulido

Personally, Mayor Pulido, how are you and your family coping with this crisis?  Me and my family are fine. I’m

  • News
  • December 2, 2019

New Survey Reveals Students Come to School Hungry

Sometimes, Thomas Huggins runs out of food for his family. But the 33-year-old father of two takes classes at Santiago

  • News
  • October 29, 2019

ASG Plans to Bring Relief to Food Insecure Students

After sending a campus wide online survey for students to find the extent of food and housing insecurity on campus,

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  • October 29, 2019

Mural Encourages Undocumented Students to Spread Their Wings

Ceramics student and mural team member Thomas Roberton might not look like it, but he grew up in Mexico. As

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  • September 30, 2019

Update: Arrests Made in Fatal Early-Morning Shooting on Campus

A Long Beach man was arrested and charged with murder and robbery in the fatal shooting, resulting in a car

The K-Pop Invasion Is Here to Stay

Misunderstandings about the newly popularized KPOP genre has created a negative image for it and ignoring the real epiphany of

REVIEW: Big Band Dazzles Guests with Sounds of the Blues

Jaqueline Espinoza’s sparkly, cream-colored dress glimmered off the stage lights as the saxophones launched into a mellow, swing tempo. The

REVIEW: Danceworks’ ‘Divergency’ Takes Up A New Stage

The room was pitch black. The murmuring voices of the crowd grew silent. White smoke began to shoot out from

Amphitheater Gets Hyped With Hip-Hop at First Art Festival

The emcee cut the music but hands continued to clap on beat. Rapper Rocky Angelini breathed heavily and smiled, his

Music Students and Symphony Irvine Collaborate for ‘An Orchestral Celebration’

When Santa Ana music major Emmanuel Cortes was in high school, he played several piano concertos with the all-volunteer Symphony