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


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


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


It’s Time to Value Freedom of Speech

By Marta Konarska

Not a day goes by without hearing someone throwing around “free speech” as an excuse for verbal insults and personal


Immigrants are Dreamers Not Nightmares

By Karen Rodriguez

Immigrants are not criminals. Rather they are criminalized.  Criminals are barred from receiving protections such as the Deferred Action for

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  • December 4, 2019
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Point of View: Women Live in Fear

By Carrie Graham

The headphones you’ve had in all day come out in favor of listening more closely to your surroundings. You dial

Hungry For Attention

By el Don News

Insecurity among Santa Ana College students is common, whether it’s not being able to afford a meal on campus, play

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  • October 28, 2019
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OCTA Construction Is Pushing Out Mexican Culture

By Karen Rodriguez

Since childhood, I can remember attending Noche de Altares on La Cuatro. Altars lined both sides of 4th Street decorated


A Culture of Indifference

By Karen Rodriguez

Bad things don’t happen solely based on the actions of evil people. They also come from the negligence of good

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  • September 30, 2019
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The K-Pop Invasion Is Here to Stay

By Lesly Guzman

Misunderstandings about the newly popularized KPOP genre has created a negative image for it and ignoring the real epiphany of