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New buildings overshadow current ones with repair needs

While SAC is focusing on the newly constructed buildings, it seems as though the old ones are slipping into disrepair

Social media is making us desensitized

The world is on fire but we don’t feel the heat anymore. Or at least that’s how it feels while

Download our “Santa Ana Stories” Community Zine

On Saturday, March 5, el Don staff hosted a community storytelling zine workshop as part of the Boca de Oro

Stop pandering and mandate vaccines already

The district is finally discussing mandating COVID-19 vaccines for students, making us the last college in the surrounding area to

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Having a late December birthday sucks. Here’s why

Ahh, the holidays. It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Unless, of course, your birthday is in late December

The new Superman is bisexual, but it shouldn’t be big news

On National Coming Out Day last month, DC Comics announced the next issue of Superman: Son of Kal El will reveal the

Where’s the food on campus?

It’s 8 a.m. on a Monday and my stomach is growling. No milk in the fridge so no cereal for

STAFF EDITORIAL: Short-lived jab efforts leave students unsatisfied

As students finally returned to campus, Santa Ana College launched its Vax for the Win campaign, enticing students to upload

“I’m so done with discussion boards”: How students feel about being back on campus

Students returned to in-person learning this fall for the first time since classes went online in March 2020. About one-third

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This Isn’t What I Signed Up For Quarantine wears on and I notice myself saying “I’m going to make the