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Better Together: In person bonding propelled the Dons to domination

For freshman guard Sophia Escalante, last semester was a weird one. She started at SAC in Fall 2020 and all

College works to tackle growing housing insecurity among students

By Kate Harker The number of homeless students at Santa Ana College is currently unknown because the most recent survey

  • News
  • March 29, 2022

On-campus food pantry tries to keep up with demand

The Fainbarg-Chase Thrive Center continues to accumulate regulars, often leaving shelves and refrigerators in the portable-classroom-turned-food-pantry empty by Thursday. Since

Online therapy helps students tackle mental health during pandemic

Depression, lack of motivation and anxiety are all normal feelings for teenagers tackling their first semester of college. Reina didn’t

Animal Crossing Is More Than a Game. It’s Therapy

Self-isolation and social distancing have become the norm, but Jesus Gonzalez has been able to cope with the global pandemic

  • News
  • April 15, 2020

Drive-through food distribution at SAC draws long lines, thousands of families

By the time the gates at Santa Ana College opened at 8 a.m. Saturday, the line of cars waiting to