10 ways to bust boredom while you’re stuck in quarantine

By Adam Ponce

Is quarantining at home all day making you homesick or just sick of home? No need to worry — here


Tourists and tears: Disneyland’s last day open before closing for coronavirus

By Carrie Graham

It was almost midnight on Disneyland’s last day in business for at least two weeks and the amusement park’s most

Coronavirus Meme – Relationship

11 coronavirus memes that made us laugh through our anxiety this week

By el Don News

Classes at SAC are canceled through Tuesday after which they will all move online. Disneyland is closing for the fourth


Boca de Oro Returns to DTSA With a Night Market, Live Theater and $1 Book Bags

By Kate Bustamante

When Alexis Garcez started an Instagram account dedicated to showing the positive side of Santa Ana two years ago, she


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


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 Traditional Dance

By Ashley Ramynke

Figures immersed in the spotlight float across the stage, depicting stories of cultures and traditions that unfold with each movement.

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