Trump Lost, But I Do Not Feel Better

By Carrie Graham

The custody battle is finally over. After eight grueling months of divorce proceedings, we now know with which parent we

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  • November 9, 2020
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Live Music In the Time of COVID

By Adam Ponce

Without the obnoxious fans yelling, “I love you” every five seconds or the flash of cell phones going off, viewing

Angst and Exhilaration, A Working Dodger Fan’s Tale

By Matt Weiner

For the last 32 years, Dodger fan delinquents have left September or October with the taste in their mouths of

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

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In Photos: Student Wildland Firefighter on Assignment

By Danny De La Cruz Pena

This is my second year as a Wildland firefighter. I am currently a SAC student and I am also a


Assumptions and Ignorance, a Vicious Cycle

By Matt Weiner

As my car was gulping down gallons of gravel on the 57 South, I was subconsciously steering away from my

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This Isn’t What I Signed Up For

By Carrie Graham

Quarantine wears on and I notice myself saying “I’m going to make the most of this downtime” far less frequently,


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.

Don’s Corner Trustee Claudia Alvarez and Chancellor Marvin Martinez

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