California has ended it’s statute of limitations for rape cases after Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation filed in the midst of sexual assault allegations against comedian Bill Cosby.
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Jack and Sally meet after many years of being single. Sally went through a divorce and lost all hope in finding the right one. After a few years
The presidential election is over and results have been finalized. This past Tuesday, millions of Americans had their fair opportunity to vote, and then prepare themselves to find
Saddleback College celebrated Veterans Day by holding a week’s worth of activities in The Quad at Saddleback College Nov. 7 through Nov. 10. Events ranged from information sessions
As a college student it is easy to get overwhelmed with the work load and amount of activities that are necessary to complete each day. In order to
Proposition 60 is the mandatory use of condoms in pornographic films in the state of California, the ballot will open on November 8, 2016 to try and reduce
Saddleback College women water polo took the win this past Thursday against Santa Ana College defeating them by a score of 17-6. Gauchos came in hard and eager
The Islamic Awareness Club held a “silent protest” at Saddleback College on Wednesday, Oct. 19 to bring awareness to the campus students and staff about Islamic culture. “We are
It’s almost November 8-voting day. Not only do people have to vote for our next U.S. president, but as local Californians, we must make decisions about our states.
Jack O’ Lanterns have been around to celebrate Halloween since 1834. They are a staple to any porch decoration for Halloween. Let’s get carving! Tools: Well, a pumpkin-
Saddleback College’s women’s soccer team will play Fullerton College on the Gauchos turf in the Saddleback College stadium Tuesday, Oct. 11 at 3:00 p.m. The Gauchos are third
Paying to get through life is a common struggle among most students at Saddleback College. You have to pay for classes, books, gas and housing (at least most