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Don Mariachi Brings the Ritmos of Mexico to Phillips Hall Theatre

By Breanna Castaneda

Hear the energetic ritmos from the states of Jalisco, Michoacan, Colima and more on Friday, Dec. 6 at Phillips Hall

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Students Produce Original Web series to Premiere Next Week

By Kate Bustamante

Theatre and TV/Film production students team up to create a web series drama Zjoined where five students grapple with the

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Brainstory Creates Psychedelic Experience for DTSA Audience

By Karen Rodriguez

Growing up in the suburban sprawl of Rialto, Calif., brothers Kevin and Tony Martin didn’t have much to do —

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#DailyDons: Do Politics Matter?

By Oliver Rivero

This week we walked around campus and asked students if politics matter to them? Politics nowadays are being pushed to

IN PHOTOS: SAC Performers Embrace Their Roots with Social Dance

By Ashley Ramynke

Santa Ana College’s Dance Department presents Roots/Branches…Embracing Our Past and Present Nov. 14, 15 and 16 at 7:30 p.m. in

Where to Celebrate Dia de los Muertos in OC

By Kandace Lara

Santa Ana is Orange County’s epicenter for Día de los Muertos celebrations. Every year, multiple events let you view altars,

Diana Flores

It Starts With an ‘X’: Club Changes Name to Include All

By Breanna Castaneda

The future of women is changing at Santa Ana College — and it starts with an “x.” This semester, the

5 Scary Movies to Stream For Screams

By Marta Konarska

The spooky season has arrived but what are you going to stream for your screams? Whether looking for some psychological,

Noche de Altares

Noche de Altares Moves to New Location

By Marta Konarska

The largest Día de los Muertos event in Orange County, Noche de Altares, honors ancient tradition through culture, art and

“So You Speak Russian?” Photography Exhibit to Open in DTSA

By Carrie Graham

Drawing her inspiration by the scenery of her small hometown in Ukraine, Brooklyn-based photographer Jules Slütsky brings project “So You