Spring Choir Show Highlights American Composers

By Jessica Arredondo

Lights dim, students ascend the stage. The singers create a half circle around the piano facing the director. Strange musical


Professor Kalonji Saterfield Is a Motivating Force For Students

By Liz Fuentes

Kalonji Saterfield’s vibrant smile lights up the classroom the moment he enters. The communication studies professor greets each student by


Don Mariachi Will Perform Traditional Music From Mexico

By Benny Rodriguez

Experience traditional Mexican music with a mix of tunes from different regions of the country when Santa Ana College’s mariachi

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Review: Tolkien is a Mediocre Biopic About a Great Author

By Julia Klotz

The new biopic Tolkien, starring Nicholas Hoult and Lily Collins, hit theaters worldwide Friday, May 10 aiming to enlighten viewers


Beer Fest Combines Local Craft Brews With Pro Soccer

By Dorian Zavala

There are about 60 craft breweries now in Orange County, but there’s still only one semi-professional soccer team. Try two

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Subculture Party Brings Rave Culture to DTSA

By Nikki Nelsen

The venue was pitch black with lasers darting back and forth across the dance floor. Women wore vibrant outfits with

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Drag Queens Return To Educate and Amaze Campus

By Jessica Arredondo

Four drag queens took the Phillips Hall Theater stage April 26, covered in smoke and strobe lights. A smirk at

Everytable’s Grab-and-Go Meals Cost Less in Some Neighborhoods But Not at SAC

By Marta Konarska

Snacks and sandwiches aren’t the only quick food options at campus stores anymore — that is, if you can afford


Amphitheater Gets Hyped With Hip-Hop at First Art Festival

By Lesly Guzman

The emcee cut the music but hands continued to clap on beat. Rapper Rocky Angelini breathed heavily and smiled, his


Electric Scooters Hit Santa Ana, But Students Aren’t Using Them

By Aron Hernandez

Flocks of Birds and bunches of Limes are a common sight on street corners near campus, but many students still