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Keenan Williams Is SAC’s 41 Year-Old Rookie

By Nathan Jacobo

Keenan Williams is making up for lost time. Placed in a group home as a teenager, Williams says he grew up in a strict lockdown environment — limited phone calls on a payphone, quick showers, lights out early. He wasn’t encouraged to play sports, much less attend college.

Here Are the 2018 Candidates for the RSCCD Board of Trustees

By Nikki Nelsen

Three Rancho Santiago Community College District trustees are up for re-election this year, with the Area 4 and Area 6

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  • October 29, 2018
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Dons Look to Make a Playoff Run

By Dorian Zavala

Riding a nine-game unbeaten streak led by top scoring freshman midfielder Jesus Nuñez and freshman goalkeeper Frank Aguilar, the Dons

Freshman Survival Guide: How to Stay Sane and Not Fail Your Classes

By el Don News

We all deal with stress. It’s a six letter word that can never be pushed aside. Especially when it’s your first year in college. Students who passed their first year have these tips for freshmen.It’s important to take it easy and go at your own pace. We tend to feel pressure to finish everything fast whether it’s to register for classes or to graduate.

International Students Experience College Far From Home

By Marta Konarska

Ngan Le arrived in the United States from Vietnam three weeks ago. She wants to improve her English so she enrolled in a special language program at Santa Ana College before starting on her regular college classes.

Officials Are Increasing Funding for Community Colleges That Graduate More Students

By Levi Mondoza

The district will receive a much-needed influx of dollars over the next two years as roll out begins on a state-approved funding

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  • October 3, 2018
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Dons Snap Winless Streak

By Nathan Jacobo

Sophomore Diego Henriquez delivered the game winning goal Friday afternoon defeating the Golden West Rustlers 1-0, as the Dons got

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New Athletic Director Mary Hegarty Returns to Her Santa Ana Roots

By Jordy Espinoza

Mary Hegarty is a creature of habit. She can’t start her day without coffee, exercising, walking her dog, or checking

Dons Miss Playoffs After Valiant Season Effort

By Jordy Espinoza

The Santa Ana College Dons Baseball team had four players honored by the Orange Empire Conference as three athletes were named to the all-conference first team and the other was named on the all-second team.

Suavecito Pomade Reaches International Brand Success

By Alex Mora

It started with three young men growing up in Santa Ana suburbs. Pete Adame used other pomades like Cool Grease, but thought they were too expensive. He wanted to create his own pomade product and give it away to his friends so they don’t have to buy pomades.