Listen to the podcast to find out why Saddleback’s president Tod Burnett feels this event may stand out above the rest. Little bites of bread decorated with smoked
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Deciding to go bald for a good cause takes courage, like participating in a “Shave and Dance Against Cancer” event at Saddleback College, but it also takes going
The suicide death toll of U.S. military personnel suffering with post traumatic stress disorder after returning from active duty is estimated at 22 victims a day according to the
October Club Rush took place on Oct.28 as an outreach to Saddleback College students interested in joining a club. Most clubs are designed to nurture the field-study
The public display of a variety of colors of ribbons have become easily identifiable as promotion of awareness. For nearly a quarter century, the red ribbon has come
Saddleback College’s photography students’ work will be on display for the first time this year in the college’s Art Gallery, Tuesday, Oct. 28, running through Thursday, Nov. 20.
Saddleback College’s Eco-Fashion show was held at the 40th Annual Environmental Nature Center’s Fall Faire and Pumpkin Patch Oct. 19 at 1601 E. 16th Street, Newport Beach, Calif.
A screening of “Above the Clouds” is a documentary screening that took place Sunday Oct. 12 at the Business and General Sciences building on the campus of Saddleback
Dressing up for Halloween this year can be more meaningful by participating in a “Shave Against Cancer” event at Saddleback College to raise funds in the fight against
Many foodies have discovered that being hungry in San Juan Capistrano is a great problem to have. Trying some of the town’s sought-after favorites is an experience
The top 18 Doubles Masters World Championship is coming to the Mission Viejo Marguerite Tennis Pavilion for the second year in a row and will take place Nov.
Viral is one way to describe a video posted Sept. 14,2014, entitled “Marines singing ‘Days of Elijah’,” The event took place at Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton. Almost