Ordered Chaos: el Don Staffers Share Their Organization Tips

By el Don News

As spring drew to an end you might have realized that it was very different, and maybe even difficult to

What’s On The Ballot in Santa Ana

By Carrie Graham

 On Nov. 3, in addition to the Trump-Biden brawl, seats on the Santa Ana City Council, Orange County Board of

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Orange County Gets First Vegan Vending Machine in Southern California

By Kate Bustamante

Santa Ana native Skyler Tanksley is bringing Southern California’s first vegan vending machine to the 4th Street Market in downtown

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ACP Submission: 8A. Social Media Reporting

By el Don News

In Fall 2019, el Don staff created the publication’s first Social Media Team. Together, we created editors for Twitter, Facebook

CCMA Entry: General Innovation — Social Media

By el Don News

The el Don News Team recognizes that news is only useful if it informs the public so we wanted to

CCMA Entry: Best Social Media Reporting

By el Don News

Early on Monday, Sept. 16, the district sent out alerts that Santa Ana College was closed until further notice for

Dons Take Third Win of Season

By Noemi Mosqueda

Dons take the win against Rio Hondo Roadrunners with a score of 89-81.

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The Magnificent Reboot of The Magnificent Seven

By el Don News

By Angel Ramirez  Reboots of old films and shows are becoming a trend now and a reboot of the film


We Have Your Weekend Plans: April 21-24, 2016

By el Don News

By Erica Winter Thursday is the new Friday for college students, but finding worthwhile events in and around Orange County

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Despite Errors, Dons Win, 6-4, Against Tartars

By el Don News

By Diana Viera The Dons defeated visiting El Camino College Compton Center, 6-4, Tuesday, after a sixth-inning go-ahead home run