First Homecoming Pep Rally in Over a Decade

By Sabrina Zamora

Trumpets were heard from a distance, cheers get louder as you got closer. By Dunlap Hall in the new amphitheater you find a mass of classmates dressed in red and black, throwing up pom poms to delve in the school spirit our college missed out on for the past decade.

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Organic Pads May Improve Your Feminine Health

By Sabrina Zamora

Target and Mother’s Market now offer eco-friendly maxi-Pads, such as Seventh Generation and This is L., that are made of 100 percent cotton and are biodegradable. Commercial brand pads and tampons are made with harsh chemicals and synthetic fibers, which run the risk of harming a woman’s reproductive system or inducing other diseases such as heart disease, cancer and organ damage.

Here’s What to Consider Before Going Vegan

By Sabrina Zamora

Santa Ana College librarian Stacey Russo begins her day with a large fruit smoothie. She makes her lunch for the day, usually a large dish with lots of vegetables, beans, pasta, grains or tofu. If she’s doing to an event or meeting where they offer food, she needs to plan ahead and bring her own snacks from home.

  • Food
  • May 23, 2018
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Vegan by Victoria’s Is Santa Ana’s First Cruelty-Free Panaderia

By Sabrina Zamora

From the outside, a passerby would not expect to find a warm, welcoming vegan panaderia in the rugged stripmall of Bristol Street and Civic Center Avenue. Inside there are tables and chairs waiting for you to sit and relax for awhile.

  • Food
  • April 9, 2018
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New Emergency Phones Installed Along Central Mall

By Sabrina Zamora

With the press of a button, anyone on the campus’ central mall who feels threatened will be able to use any of the seven new emergency phones to contact campus security for immediate help. Similar to the phones already functional in the parking lots, each blue pole has blue lights that turn on at night, so their presence is detectable from a distance.

  • News
  • February 26, 2018
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Enrollment Drops for Fifth Consecutive Year

By Sabrina Zamora

   When the country is experiencing a downturn, there are more people enrolled in school. As the economy improves, fewer people attend school to work more.

  • News
  • December 6, 2017
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A New Boba Tea Shop Opening at the Bristol Marketplace

By Sabrina Zamora

T4, a Taiwanese tea and food shop, will open its second Orange County location in Santa Ana in December at the Bristol Marketplace.

Fullerton College Hornets Bring Down the Dons

By Sabrina Zamora

Fullerton College Hornets defeated the Dons 18-8 at home Wednesday Oct. 25, showing improvement for the young team while adding to their 12-game losing streak.  

The Dons Lose to Fullerton College Hornets

By Sabrina Zamora

Santa Ana College fell to Fullerton College in a crushing defeat of 21-10 on Wednesday Oct. 25, making it their 13th consecutive loss.

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SAC Students Convince Board of Governors to Expand DACA Resolution

By Sabrina Zamora

The California Community College Board of Governors will request for Congress to provide immediate and permanent legal protections for more than 10,000 undocumented community college students.

  • News
  • September 27, 2017
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