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Suspicious Man on Campus Identified

By Joanna Meza An investigation into the suspect who left a threatening note last month is still ongoing, but the

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  • April 27, 2016
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Mendez v. Westminister Lacks Support

Staff Editorial In most American history textbooks, you can read about Brown v. Board of Education. They tell the story

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Remembering Mendez v. Westminister

By Laura Garcia Sandra Robbie already had her own children by the time she learned about a landmark education court

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  • April 26, 2016
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Sexual Assault Awareness Workshops to be Held at SAC

By Itzel Quintana April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Santa Ana College is taking part by hosting events that

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Tattooed Women Break Societal Standards

By Meghan Kliewer Women are often judged more harshly than men for having tattoos. “Tattoos for women is all about

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ASG Wins Use of The Spot

By Arleeny Escarcega Administration officials have been forced to host high school outreach programs off campus after student leaders opposed

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  • April 25, 2016
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We Have Your Weekend Plans: April 21-24, 2016

By Erica Winter Thursday is the new Friday for college students, but finding worthwhile events in and around Orange County

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We Have Your Weekend Plans: April 14-17, 2016

By Erica Winter Badfish, a Tribute to Sublime The Sublime tribute band Badfish from Rhode Island is performing Sublime’s self

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Technical Crew Along Side Actors Work to Bring Play to Life

Meghan Kliewer The Theatre Department’s production of Glengarry Glen Ross challenges students and faculty actors with gender-bending roles, but some

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Loved Trainer Retires After 34 Years

  Diana Viera Athletic Trainer Gary Kinney is retiring at the end of this year, following over three decades of