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Here’s What to Consider Before Going Vegan

By Sabrina Zamora

Santa Ana College librarian Stacey Russo begins her day with a large fruit smoothie. She makes her lunch for the day, usually a large dish with lots of vegetables, beans, pasta, grains or tofu. If she’s doing to an event or meeting where they offer food, she needs to plan ahead and bring her own snacks from home.

  • Food
  • May 23, 2018
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District Arms 10 More Campus Safety Staff

By Liz Fuentes

Ten new armed security personnel members are joining the Rancho Santiago Community College District by the end of this semester, more than doubling the current district-wide armed officer count.

  • News
  • May 23, 2018
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Orange County Explores Marijuana Regulation

By Nikki Nelsen

California lawmakers are seeking proper regulation for marijuana and cannabis-related products, after Proposition 64’s passage permits indoor plant cultivation and recreational marijuana use for all eligible individuals.

  • News
  • May 23, 2018
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Court of Appeals Affirms Lawsuit Against District

By Timothy Bravo

The Rancho Santiago Community College District is losing about $1 million after the Orange County Court of Appeals affirmed a prior lawsuit decision against the district.

Santa Ana Leads the County in Marijuana Legalization

By Nikki Nelsen

When the clock strikes 4:20 you may be packing your bong to smoke, but you still can’t do it in public. As of Jan. 1, recreational marijuana can now be purchased legally as long as you are 21 years or older and have a valid California ID.

  • News
  • March 26, 2018
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LibroMobile Is The Tiniest Bookstore in Santa Ana

By Diana Romano

In the midst of bustling Fourth St., Sarah Rafael Garcia stands out on her own. She converses with curious bystanders, engaged in each conversation. Behind her lay rows of books, neatly arranged on wooden shelves and crates. She wears a beaming smile as she presents Libromobile, her solution for downtown Santa Ana’s missing Latino bookstore.

Open Educational Resources Can Make Your Degree Cheaper

By Aaron Olivares

Santa Ana College students searching for cheaper alternatives to their classes may be able to earn their degree through Open Educational Resources and Zero Textbook Cost classes.

  • News
  • March 7, 2018
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Science Center Construction Increases Parking Closures

By Julian E. Romero

Honking horns, road rage and hours of wasted gas used to be typical on a Southern California freeway. Now, it’s just another day at Santa Ana College.

  • News
  • March 7, 2018
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Check Out Your Textbook at Nealley Library

By Diego Devia

Students who can’t afford to buy a textbook or who are still waiting for them to arrive can visit the library and checkout the book their instead.

  • News
  • February 28, 2018
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Alianza Chicana Is SAC’s Newest Club

By Diana Romano

Club Rush introduced Alianza Chicana, SAC’s Chicano(a) club, in their club debut, during Club Rush this last Wednesday and Thursday.