Imagine you are running. Running, not being able to stop, for fear of them catching you. Always looking over your shoulder, always checking the dark spaces, and waiting
Monthly Archive:: September 2015
By most definitions, a slut is a person who has many sexual partners or low standards of cleanliness. In the 1970s, a popular filmmaker like Roman Polanski could
The Saddleback College Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Maestro Yorgos Kouritas, presented their first concert of the fall semester on Friday at the McKinney Theatre. Many came
The American Red Cross and Saddleback College’s Associated Student Government partnered on Monday and Tuesday hosting a blood drive in parking lot 9A to help all local hospitals in Orange County.
With the recent West Coast and Northern California fires, we asked the Saddleback College community… “What one object would you grab from your home if a fire were
The Saddleback men’s and women’s cross-country teams are off and running and head coach Matt Sherman is confident both teams will place atop the elite throughout the season.
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Saddleback College’s football team defeated the Palomar College Comets on Saturday, 30-13. The Gauchos got their first conference win of the season in the National Division Southern League
Dr. Tod A. Burnett, Saddleback’s president, was the primary host of this year’s annual State of the College. Burnett spent much of the event going over a report
It’s a good time to get Cuba on your radar. For the first time, Saddleback College is offering a unique opportunity to spend spring break in Cuba. The
The Saddleback College women’s soccer team stayed undefeated so far and has only one tie that was against Orange Coast College last Wednesday. The Gauchos are still holding
Last week brought 15 of the top Republican presidential candidates together, but what did they bring us? Politics aside, the Republican debate delivered at least one powerful message