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Faculty and alumni keep theatre performances alive

When “Anna in the Tropics” premiered on April 22, the audience witnessed a concoction of murder, adultery, and Russian literature.

Don Mariachi is ready for the spotlight

A flurry of guitars and violins reverberates off the walls of the small rehearsal room. Cutting through the loud instruments,

Guitar ensemble assembles for the stage

A soothing breath of Ireland wafted through the halls of the music building where the guitar ensemble rehearses. The sweet

Inside the practice room with the SAC Concert Band

The metronome is set. click. click. click.  The tuba makes a bombastic entrance from the back of the room, and

Q&A with Santiago Canyon College alum and filmmaker Braden Swope

Orange County based filmmaker and Santiago Canyon College alum, Braden Swope, is a testament to putting in hard work and

Messy love drama Ana in the Tropics premieres Friday

Byline: Emma McMillen and Sergio Gutierrez  Murder, adultery and cigar rolling. An ensemble cast of theatre students, alumni and faculty

Mom Jeans’ latest is a throwback to early ‘00s pop-punk

Just before guitarist and vocalist, Eric Butler could get through the first chorus, a youthful remembrance of getting kicked and

Photo Essay: Inside the Ceramics Studio

Byline: Adam Ponce and Emily Hernandez We followed students in Santa Ana College’s ceramics program to uncover what has been

  • Food
  • March 30, 2022

On campus food pantry tries to keep up with demand

The Thrive Center is affected by food shortage by Thursday, due to a student customer increase. Many students use the

Various products are spread out, including e.l.f, Burt's Bees, ColourPop and NYX.

How to buy cruelty-free makeup on a budget

There’s no ethical consumption in capitalism, but even your local drugstore carries affordable beauty products that cause less harm.   Testing