By Jovany Leon
As part of Santa Ana College’s centennial celebrations, officials buried a time capsule Feb. 6, which included an iPod Touch with a recorded interview of SAC President Erlinda Martinez.
“I think the items that represent the students are going to be the most important,” Martinez said.
Items include copies of el Don newspapers, medals and patches worn by students of the Criminal Justice and Fire Technology programs as well as a class schedule from 1992. The capsule will be unearthed in 2040.
Santa Ana city council
member Roman Reyna was one of the guests present at the event.
“It’s not everyday that things turn 100, let alone an educational institution,” said Reyna. “If the quality of the organization weren’t at the highest level it wouldn’t have lasted one hundred years. If it didn’t have the support of the community we wouldn’t be celebrating.”