The godfather of chicano art in OC is alive and well at the Hilbert museum

Seven young Chicano men dressed in white dress shirts stand close to one another in a sunny park. One is

Sydney Sweeney blessed this cursed horror film

Most religious horror films have never really clicked for me. The reliance on jumpscares is very annoying, and they can

Staff picks: our favorite songs through the past century

In celebration of el Don’s 100th anniversary, we have put together a 100-song playlist. Each song in this playlist represents

Cross section of the Pho Brisket on rye
  • Food
  • April 3, 2024

& Broth is Pho-Nomenal

Maybe you’ve seen the trending Pho brisket on rye sandwich on your Instagram. The video shows a juicy meaty sandwich,

Norma Sagastume owner and founder of Black Zone

Black Zone: a home for rockeros and metalheads

A family of three rushed into an already crowded store with eager smiles on their faces as screeching vocals attacked

SpongeBob, Homer Simpson, Finn and Jake, Joker and the Eds with a calander that reads April 1st

Five of the best April Fools’ Day Cartoon Specials

April Fools’ Day is a holiday where trust issues are at an all-time high. I’ve had bad experiences with this

CBD gummies that reduce your nerves into pear-dise

Now at your local dispensary, Kiva’s Camino gummies in the “Social Sparkling Pear” hybrid flavor can help you reduce your

Rain or shine – Project Rise is cruisin’ for higher funds

On a rainy Saturday morning, Project Rise Student Club and Rising Scholars held their third annual car show. The purpose

Getting to Know – Dahiana Crabill

There are people on campus who can directly impact the lives of students. Dahiana Crabil, adjunct academic counselor for Project

Asian Pacific Student Program debuts center with Lunar New Year celebration

The Asian Pacific Student Program celebrated a special event for many Asian cultures, the Lunar New Year, by welcoming about