Business Students at Saddleback College took to the Quad for a fun challenge involving Lemonade, Zebra Heads, and tons of rain.
Monthly Archive:: February 2014
Seven-year-old Max Wilford is leading a Loom-A-Thon to set the Guinness world record for longest loom chain on Saturday at the Clifton C. Miller Community Center, 300 Centennial Way, Tustin
The nationally ranked Speech and Debate Team will have a fundraising showcase on March 7 at 5 p.m. in the McKinney Theatre. “The showcase is mainly for exposure and entertainment
Saddlebacks Studio Theatre will be showcasing “5 Women Wearing the Same Dress,” on various dates starting on March 14 to the 22 at 7:30 p.m. with a second showing on March 16 and
After having a relatively easy season so far, the Lady Gauchos Tennis team had a two game winning streak going into Thursday’s home match against the Fullerton Hornets.
Pussy Riot, the Russian punk rock band, is back in the spotlight after being attacked by Russian paramilitary members known as Cossacks, while attempting to film their most
Vol. 46, Issue 11 (Spring 2014)
The Saddleback College Forensics Team took a win in two of five categories in a competition last weekend at Moorpark College in Simi Valley.The team’s win earned them
Saddleback College’s Associated Student Government is hosting a blood drive on Tuesday in the Student Services Center’s Room 212 and Wednesday in the Gaucho Lounge from 8 a.m.
Students interested in studying abroad in Spain this summer are encouraged to attend the informational meeting this Thursday, Feb. 27 at 6 p.m in Student Services Center, Room
Life in college is nice—entertaining and rewarding—but not when in comes to find a parking space. With all the construction going on at Saddleback College, there are fewer
The first-ever Saddleback Star Competition named its finalists after auditions took place Feb. 21. The competition, run by Commercial Music Professor Ariel Alexander, will take place March 6