Gov. Jerry Brown signed a five-part bill on Wednesday, May 4, that raises the legal age for smoking from 18 to 21 in California. The bill will also
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History would indicate that at this point in the Marvel series, the appeal should be starting to wear thin and audiences should be tired, uninterested and instead invested
Saddleback College welcomed a refreshing alternative to their cafeteria on Tuesday, April 19 by hosting a specialty food truck known as The Buffalo Truck in the quad area.
While the world was distracted by a Kobe Bryant farewell that it felt like it came straight out of a fairy tale, another somewhat notable event took place
Saddleback College hosted another edition of their Psych Talks Speaker Series on Tuesday, April 12 in room 208 of the Health Sciences building. This particular talk was hosted
It’s hard to criticize a movie for wanting to do something original. However, it’s even harder to give it a pass when it’s unique style makes it borderline
Saddleback men’s golf team hosted a competition against Orange Coast College on Friday, however there has yet to be any conformation on the outcome of the showdown. The
As California’s drought persists with summer lurking around the corner, the Santa Margarita Water District has decided to take more severe measures in order to reach residents. On
It is early evening as Superbowl 50 comes to a close. The Denver Broncos are on top of the world as the Carolina Panthers walk away in defeat.
Texting is phenomenal advancement in the world of communication. It not only takes away the awkward pauses that fill phone calls, but it gives people all the time
The run down, dilapidated Irvine Lake is set to be temporarily closed, but a return to glory may be imminent. Irvine Lake has been a popular reservoir for
Kanye West has never had trouble making headlines in the past and due to the recent release of his new album, this week has been no exception. Shortly