John Franz Is it just me, or are you bloody sick of the NFL monopolizing itself on ESPN? I turn on the tube to watch SportsCenter or Baseball
Monthly Archive:: April 2009
Zach Cavanagh On April 21 in San Luis Obispo, No. 3 Saddleback upset No. 2 Cuesta College, 5-4, to advance to the So Cal Regional Finals. After losing
James Hickson (Courtesy of Saddleback College Athletics) Zach Cavanagh JAMES HICKSON Over the weekend at state swimming championships, Hickson represented Saddleback well. On Thursday at the competition, James
John Franz Two Saddleback athletes have signed on to play at four-year schools. Lauren Molina accepted to play softball at the University of California at Riverside, while Orange
Trevor Whyte runs to first base. (Shannon Patrick) Shannon Patrick Baseball season is coming to an end and Saddleback College is looking for their spot in the playoffs.
(Megan Crothers) Megan Crothers As summer inches near, it becomes evident that the time has come to shed the husky winter layers and slip into something more comfortable.
Travis Kabel, guest contributor Twitter and Facebook were bulging at their seams with links to the thing everyone had to watch, and I was racing to YouTube to
Joseph Espiritu The Free Application for Federal Student Aid form is a required document that determines financial aid eligibility, and must be filed every academic year. For students
Kathryn Ryan, 21, political science, practices chest compressions on a dummy during the CPR certification class. Dilan Swift, 20, history, takes out his cell phone to practice calling
Katherine Sweet Calling all heretics! Got religious questions? Author and Professor Anouar Majid has a potentially revolutionary thought: ask them. A couple dozen interested students turned out to
Spanish Instructor Carmenmara Hernandez Bravo talks about life in Spain to students interested in joining Saddleback College’s Study Abroad Program this summer to Santander Spain. (Joseph Espiritu) Tim