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Landscape and Garden Tour of the New Central Mall

By Nikki Nelsen

In the construction of Santa Ana College Central Mall that began in 2015, a large number of plants and trees

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Subculture Party Brings Rave Culture to DTSA

By Nikki Nelsen

The venue was pitch black with lasers darting back and forth across the dance floor. Women wore vibrant outfits with

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Report of Man With Knife Prompts Lockdown at CEC

By Nikki Nelsen

Police locked down Centennial Education Center for about half an hour on Friday, when a non-student came onto campus and

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California Needs to Lower Its Outrageous Gas Prices

By Nikki Nelsen

I have developed paranoia when driving. I have never been so concerned about my gas tank as I have been

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Spring into Spring with These Great Events

By Nikki Nelsen

April 7 Cherry Blossom Festival Spring is here and so are the cherry blossoms! Come over to the Bowers Museum

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Older Model Hondas Stolen From Student Parking Lots

By Nikki Nelsen

Three older-model Hondas were stolen out of Parking Lot 6 and 7 midday Tuesday. Two were later recovered by Santa Ana Police Department though no arrests have been made, officials said.

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Double Trouble: Wood Twins Dominate OEC

By Nikki Nelsen

Lauryn and Leyna Wood are identical twins. They do everything together, including play soccer. When they were 11 years old,

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Demolition Begins for a New Johnson Student Center

By Nikki Nelsen

After nearly three years of discussions and delays, the Johnson Student Center is being torn down over winter break. However, a deficit of more than $15 million remains to build its replacement, which is expected to open in 2021, officials said.

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  • December 10, 2018
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Measure Y Will Further Tax Santa Ana’s Recreational Cannabis Industry

By Nikki Nelsen

Almost a year after Marijuana was legalized in the state of California, with Santa Ana leading the way in cannabis sales, Santa Ana city council will now be backing a marijuana tax increase for cannabis industry members.

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  • October 29, 2018
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