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District to mandate vaccines for employees

By Carrie Graham

With one COVID vaccine now receiving full approval from the FDA, Rancho Santiago Community College District employees will soon need

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  • September 3, 2021
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Back to SAC: What we know about Fall 2021

By Charlotte Hanks

With only a few months remaining before the Fall return, it is still unclear what the return will look like

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  • June 8, 2021
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Local record stores running strong amid pandemic

By Gisselle Roldan

When the Coronavirus pandemic hit, most businesses were forced to shut down to help slow the spread. While record stores

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OC residents take the Covid-19 vaccine in hopes of contributing to the end of the pandemic

By Susan Hernandez

About 30% of people in Orange County are fully vaccinated as of this week and another half million have received

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  • April 22, 2021
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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

New Unemployment Claims Suspended as Claims Backlog Grows

By Dylan Allen

California’s Employment Development Department (EDD) announced late Saturday night that the agency would not accept any new unemployment claims until

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  • September 21, 2020
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SAC Adapts to Class Under COVID

By Kandace Lara

In its attempt to adapt to the changing times, Santa Ana College offers five different instructional models for the Fall

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  • September 2, 2020
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Animal Crossing Is More Than a Game. It’s Therapy

By Adam Ponce

Self-isolation and social distancing have become the norm, but Jesus Gonzalez has been able to cope with the global pandemic

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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