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Custodial shift changes affect campus cleanliness

Empty soap dispensers. Dirty stairwells. Calls for cleanup left unanswered for hours. A series of drastic changes to the schedules

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  • December 12, 2018
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Marta and Aron

Stop Making Assumptions About Interracial Relationships

“Oh, you are going to have cute babies” – said every friend, relative, neighbor or co worker ever knowing people of two different races who date each other. No matter if the couple doesn’t exactly look like a top model, the mixed race kids are a guarantee of beauty. This is an assumption that people in interracial relationship need to deal with. On top of that there are other misconceptions, stereotypes, or prejudice.

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  • October 31, 2018
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4 New On-Campus Clubs for Fall 2018

Looking for some volunteering, scholarship opportunities or extra credit, joining these new clubs would be a good option. Here are

Here’s How to Rate Your Professors

As the new semester approaches, homework will get tough and studying is a must. In that situation, it is worth knowing

International Students Experience College Far From Home

Ngan Le arrived in the United States from Vietnam three weeks ago. She wants to improve her English so she enrolled in a special language program at Santa Ana College before starting on her regular college classes.

These are the Top Summer Vacation Destinations

Summer vacation is a perfect moment to leave your bubble and visit interesting spots outside of Orange County. If you like road trips, and you are curious about new places, this travel guide might give you some new ideas.

Visit These Six Wallet Friendly OC Theaters

It does not matter if you are a movie-lover or not, everyone wants to have the opportunity to see the newest films on the screen, but the wallet does not always allow it — especially if this is a student’s pocket.

Occupational Therapy Bachelors Completes First Year

Santa Ana College’s Occupational Studies program succeeds in its first year offering a bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy. The first class consists of 25 students who will be moving forward into 2018.

Community Colleges Sign New UC Transfer Agreement

Two California educational systems signed an agreement April 11 that guarantees qualified community college students a spot at a University of California campus, making transferring easier.

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  • April 30, 2018
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Get Ready for the New Lara Croft

It is the time for a new and improved Lara Croft. In the latest film in the Tomb Raider franchise don’t expect to see another sex robot like Angelina Jolie because director Roar Uthaug, and actress Alicia Vikander, bring much more potential to the leading female character.