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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

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Orange County Restaurants Serve Relief to Healthcare Workers

By Neria Salinas

Local restaurants, with the support from the community, have been able to provide nurses and other hospital staff free meals

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  • June 23, 2020
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I Went to 3 Asian supermarkets in OC. Here’s what I saw:

By Sarah Harwell

The novel coronavirus has led to two things: grocery stores getting raided with anxious customers, and anti-Asian racism. Because of

Santa Ana distillery is making hand sanitizer instead of booze during coronavirus

By Carrie Graham

A little over a month ago, Blinking Owl Distillery stayed busy bottling its signature vodka, gin and Scandinavian-style aquavit. Today,

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New Survey Reveals Students Come to School Hungry

By Lesly Guzman

Sometimes, Thomas Huggins runs out of food for his family. But the 33-year-old father of two takes classes at Santiago

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  • December 2, 2019
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El Futuro es Vegano at OC’s Only Animal-Free Mexican Restaurant

By el Don News

Inside a narrow hallway that leads to the 4th Street Market food hall, a crowd forms around La Vegana Mexicana’s

  • Food
  • October 28, 2019
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Everytable’s Grab-and-Go Meals Cost Less in Some Neighborhoods But Not at SAC

By Marta Konarska

Snacks and sandwiches aren’t the only quick food options at campus stores anymore — that is, if you can afford

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Más Tacos: Food Truck Now Serving Lunch Daily Outside Dunlap Hall

By Marta Konarska

Access to hot food on campus just doubled with taco truck Dos Mexicanos expanding its business to serve both ends

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Softball Team Will Host SAC’s Only Thanksgiving Food Drive

By Jordy Espinoza

The Santa Ana Dons softball team will hold a Thanksgiving food drive on campus Thursday and Friday.

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  • November 14, 2018
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From L.A. to Santa Ana, Burritos La Palma is Here to Stay

By Isa Bulnes-Shaw

Burritos La Palma is easy to miss, yet in plain sight. The specialty Mexican restaurant — nestled in a strip mall between a dentist and the newly widened Bristol Street at Santa Ana Boulevard — is full of authentic flavors and colorful history. Inside, you won’t find gaudy primary colors or papel picado, instead you’ll find simple and clean earth-tone tables with seating. For food, the menu above the order and cashier counter offers only four food categories: tortas, flautas, quesadillas, and burritos. Evident in the name, these little beauties are La Palma’s claim to fame and are perfect for students and those looking for something fulfilling and snackable.

  • Food
  • November 8, 2018
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