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Santa Ana College’s lack of leadership disarrays online transitions

By Eddy Sandoval

In February and early March, colleges across California were closing down in preparation for online courses for the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Don’t be too proud to use a food pantry. I wasn’t

By Lesly Guzman

Latinos are proud. We are proud of our culture and our character. At times, our pride can lead us to

A Grocery Store Nightmare

By Adam Ponce

Once an ordinary grocery store, it had turned into a haphazard battlefield. Scattered with polymer gloves and surgical masks, the

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Our community is suffering, but these riots aren’t right

By Eddy Sandoval

Saturday night was supposed to be a peaceful protest against police violence, but instead became a movement of people rampaging

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Pepper sprayed at the frontlines: Saturday’s “riot” according to a student protester

By Laura Diaz

*We are using a pseudonym to protect the identity of the protestor.  When studio arts major John Smith arrived on

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Quarantine diaries: Sights, thoughts and creativity from 5 el Don staffers

By el Don News

These last few months have made us feel crazy, they’ve made us feel uneasy and they’ve even made us feel

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Sports might be canceled, but they are still connecting us

By Julian Reynoso

I remember the play like it was yesterday, it was the 2009 U.S. Open semifinal in the third set, Roger

Who gets to be American in the age of coronavirus?

By Sarah Harwell

In a recent Tweet, President Donald Trump called the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, the “Chinese Virus.” His comment

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The government’s COVID-19 response is screwing community college students

By Carrie Graham

In the past week, decision-makers on both sides of the political spectrum and across the country are rushing to respond

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All I needed was beans and tampons. Then, coronavirus hit

By Laura Diaz

The grocery stores in Santa Ana were just as chaotic yesterday as I feared. Imagine a mix of famine-stricken countries