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End Zone Remains Uncharted Land

By: Shane Collins After opening the season with a home loss to the Bakersfield College Renegades, the Dons need to

U.S. Military Strike on Syria is a Must

By: Valeria Bautista and Yesenia Varela Opinion: The country should not tolerate chemical warfare. There are two types of evil—those

Mutate Into Movies

By: JP Chabot WEIRD COMIC BOOKS, GREAT FLICKS Hollywood has realized that comic adaptations are big business, but studios are

East End Gets A Facelift

By: Jocelyne Poblador The brick-lined walls of a 1920s-era downtown Santa Ana building received a hipster makeover Tuesday as two

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  • September 14, 2013

panel crashes from russell hall

By: C. Harold Pierce A large decorative mosaic panel broke loose and fell to the ground from the third floor

Student Life Made Easy

  By: C. Harold Pierce and Jocelyne Poblador With essays, exams and all-nighters sure to come, college is tough enough

It’s More Complex Than Imaginable

By: Shane Collins Millions of dollars and months later Santa Ana College’s state-of-the-art facility is complete. 5.6 Million Cost of

Dons Open New Season On Turf

By: Shane Collins After a year and a half of construction a state-of-the-art multimillion dollar soccer field was inaugurated July

Student Debt Devalues Degrees

By: C.Harold Pierce The deal made by Congress to increase student interest rates creates an educational roadblock. Starting this semester,

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  • August 25, 2013

District Purchases Vacant Lot

By: C. Harold Pierce Faculty will have additional parking across the street next fall after the district purchases a $5