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SAC launches “Vax For the Win” campaign

By Stephanie Martinez

Santa Ana College is giving away $200 Campus Store gift cards to current students who are fully vaccinated. “Vax For

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  • October 18, 2021
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Santa Ana councilmember’s cousin was killed by Anaheim police in his district

By Miranda Navarro

It was a somber night last Thursday as the friends and family of Brandon Lopez gathered at a vigil for

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  • October 7, 2021
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IN PHOTOS: A Weekend in the Life of Santa Ana College Students

By el Don News

Over one weekend in September, journalism students at Santa Ana College were asked to document their everyday lives. The assignment:

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Dons tie to Hornets

By Edgar Galvan

Santa Ana women’s soccer faced off against the Fullerton College on Friday in a conference match. The final score was

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Women’s volleyball claims victory over Palomar

By Edgar Galvan

The women’s volleyball team defeated Palomar on Wednesday, Sept. 15 in Cook’s Gym. The match lasted over two hours with

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In Photos: New Johnson Student Center

By Edgar Galvan

Five years after the closure of its predecessor, the new Johnson Student Center reopened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on July

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  • September 20, 2021
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Dons shut out Comets in second home game of season

By Edgar Galvan

Santa Ana College men’s soccer shutout Palomar 2-0 in their second home game since 2019. Both teams attacked equally in

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Thrive Center opens food pantry in The Village

By el Don News

Students can get free groceries at the Thrive Center’s new food pantry, which launched its soft-opening hours this week.  Registered

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  • September 9, 2021
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Print our “Back to School Cheat Sheet” zine

By Kate Bustamante

Our back to school cheat sheet is here! Find a copy on campus or print the below PDF on one

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  • September 8, 2021
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District to mandate vaccines for employees

By Carrie Graham

With one COVID vaccine now receiving full approval from the FDA, Rancho Santiago Community College District employees will soon need

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  • September 3, 2021
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