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It’s not “dystopian,” it’s real.

Suzanne Collins first thought of the concept behind The Hunger Games as she was sitting at home watching television. As

District considers a $720 million bond for November ballot

The district may be asking voters to approve a $720 million bond for upgraded facilities this November after missing a

Hammond Hall set to be vacated because it is not ADA accessible

When pharmacology student Ronnie Miano first enrolled in a lab class on Hammond Hall’s second floor last fall, she never

A drummer under orange light

IN PHOTOS: Happy Daps Fest 2

If you’re into the SoCal punk scene you were probably in Santa Ana to celebrate the second annual Happy Daps

Don Sneddon, celebrated baseball coach, dies in cancer battle

On Sunday, April 28 hundreds of former players, friends and family members filled the bleachers, dugouts, and infield grass in

Jade Morales wins CCCAA women’s wrestling title

On the red-and-yellow mats of Sacramento City College on Saturday, April 20, Las Doñas wrestling captain Jade Morales became the

Getting to know: Dean of Kinesiology Andrea Picchi

Andrea Picchi the new Dean of Kinesiology is keeping SAC’s sports moving. With the drive and determination of a college

SAC sweeps El Camino in the first round of playoffs

With one out, runners on first and third, and their backs against the wall, SAC pitcher Jaxton Andeel forces an

OPINION: Recent action films are the face of a failing industry

I’ve always been the film critic in my household, holding veto power over what plays during family movie nights. I

Mater Dei students shine in dual-enrollment production of Mean Girls Jr.

Gasps filled the room when blinding lights and a loud crash echoed throughout the auditorium. The moment when Regina George