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Gaucho women track & field finishes with success at state

Sun, 05/21/2017 - 3:29pm
Saddleback College’s track & field team wrapped up the season at American River College in Sacramento, California. These Gauchos placed 17th, placing in fifth best finish on record. Over the weekend starting Friday, Anna Gillis finished sixth in the hammer throw. Shortly after Rachel Oberschelp finished fourth in the 3,000 meter steeplechase. Saddleback finished in […]
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Saddleback College student Devin Sutorius throwing smoke

Tue, 05/16/2017 - 6:15pm
Saddleback sophomore pitcher Devin Sutorius continues spoiling opponent’s timespent at home. If given the option between spending a day sitting on a sunny beach or working on a miniature dirt island, it’s likely many may take the sun and sand as an easy choice. Yet for Saddleback sophomore pitcher Devin Sutorius, there’s no place he’d rather be than […]
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San Clemente Raiders steal the win 14-7

Tue, 05/16/2017 - 6:07pm
Beach town brings youth flag football playoffs. The Raiders win vs the Chiefs 14-7 on Friday night at the Vista Hermosa sports park. This game determined who will make it into the championship game next Friday. Twice a year, family’s jump to register their children for the popular Friday Night Flag Football league with the City of San […]
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Town hall with or without Congresswoman Mimi Walters

Wed, 05/10/2017 - 11:56am
On Monday at 6:30 pm at Northwood High school in Irvine, California 45th a non-partisan, grass-root organization held a Town Hall for the 45th district without their congresswomen Mimi Walters.  The California 45th group set up this Town Hall for many angry residents that weren’t satisfy with Rep. Walters “tele-town hall” last week. Residents met in […]
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Beyond a victory on the field

Tue, 05/09/2017 - 2:40pm
To make a team successful it takes more than a player’s determination to win. At Saddleback College, coaches see nutrition and training as a crucial part of a team’s performance on the field.   Kerry Crab, assistant football coach at Saddleback College focuses on getting a team stronger by creating a training regiment that is […]
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It’s not always about winning

Tue, 05/09/2017 - 2:30pm
Although the Gauchos women’s softball team lost this season, these women finished the season with triumph this spring. Finishing their regular season 21-17 overall and 11-10 in OEC play. And Saddleback had three players named for the All-Orange Empire Conference Team. Nelsa Delagente was selected to first team as pitcher for leading 18-17 overall record with 3.27 […]
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The debut of Kung-fu Kenny

Mon, 05/08/2017 - 5:07pm
“Damn” is an incredibly intense roller coaster of a record. Making his debut as Kung-Fu Kenny, Kendrick Lamar shows us the real roots of hip hop, while discussing his fears, thoughts and social critiques through rhythms. Kendrick is a natural storyteller and we are his audience. This is Kendrick’s social commentary turned into a modern […]
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Juried student work at Saddleback art gallery

Mon, 05/08/2017 - 3:15pm
Saddleback College is currently holding their annual juried student art exhibition in the college’s Art Gallery. The gallery is showcasing work from various students who attend the college and  the artwork ranges from paintings to photography to handmade jewelry to sculptures. “The gallery is meant to help students get their work out there and allow […]
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How to survive finals week

Mon, 05/08/2017 - 1:41pm
As finals week approaches, many students are beginning to experience the panic that comes when they realize they may not be totally prepared for finals, and realize trying to cram an entire semester’s worth of learning into one night is a daunting and nearly impossible task.   Here are some tips and tricks to help students succeed or at […]
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TED Tuesday features theory why bees are disappearing

Sat, 05/06/2017 - 4:22pm
Student’s shared pizza and discussed the bee decline at interactive TED video showing. Each week Associated Student Government President Lucy Hendrix helps Student Development host TED Tuesdays, where students watch informative TED Talks videos. TED Tuesdays are held in Student Services Center, Room 211, at 12:15 p.m. Attendees get a free lunch to watch and discuss […]
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Christina Hinkle: a look into the new dean’s accomplishments

Thu, 05/04/2017 - 3:39pm
  Christina Hinkle began her new role as interim dean of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Division at Saddleback College on May 1. Prior to becoming the new dean, she was the director of learning assistance in the Library Resource Center where she contributed as a student tutor. “We’ve been able to accomplish a lot together as a […]
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Meet the director of ‘Tennessee Williams Act One’

Wed, 05/03/2017 - 11:03am
Tennessee Williams One Acts is now playing at Saddleback College, featuring four short stories set in the early 30s. Long Beach City College professor Hal Landon is the director of the play, with experience in theatre and is an actor himself. Landon shares some of Tennessee Williams’ background to give a better understanding of the […]
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