Is Disney Worth The Money For Its Magic?

Is Disneyland really “the happiest place on earth?” I don’t think so. Who wants to stand in hour-long lines for

Vinyl Collectors Find Hidden Gems at Greater Orange County Record Show

Lin Holland is thumbing through a cardboard box full of dusty vinyl early on a cool, bright April Sunday morning.

Textbooks Costs Inspire New Alternatives for Students

A group of dedicated faculty members are working to help Santa Ana College students afford the materials they need to

Jack Antonoff Delivers Bleachers’ New Indie Rock Album

“Hate That You Know Me,” the second single off Indie-pop-rock artist Bleachers’ new album, Gone Now, was released April 17.

Despite Fears of Deportation, SAC’s Dreamers Are Still Here

Fewer undocumented students in California applied for the Dream Act this year.

Standing with Planned Parenthood is About More than Abortions

Defunding Planned Parenthood won’t end abortion, but it will probably result in a lot more unplanned pregnancies.

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  • March 8, 2017

UC Davis Confirms First African-American Chancellor

Gary S. May was confirmed as UC Davis’ first African-American chancellor on Feb. 23. When he assumes his new position on Aug. 1, he will be the only current African-American chancellor at a UC campus.

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  • March 8, 2017

Cal State Chancellor Defends the Undocumented

In an email to the California State University community on Feb. 22, Chancellor Timothy P. White reasserted the Cal State system’s commitment to inclusivity and safety for all members of the CSU community.

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  • February 23, 2017

Travel Ban Causes Confusion Among Santa Ana College Community

Thousands are concerned after President Donald Trump’s executive order banning travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries into the United States took effect during his first week in office.