This year has seen many challenges, obstacles and changes worldwide due to the global pandemic and the quarantine put in place to keep everyone as safe as possible.
Saddleback College students and professors spoke their opinions regarding how important clothing choices were during online classes for the Fall 2020 semester. Amidst the global pandemic, Saddleback College
Happy day after Election Day! Every American was on edge yesterday as we thought we were finally going to find out who wins the 2020 presidential election. Well,
Online learning and increased workload has caused college students to lose motivation in their studies, impairing their college experience and making it more difficult to fulfill their educational
Sustainable shopping for the outdoors can be difficult, especially when it comes to steep prices and sorting through hundreds of websites. What works best for each outdoor enthusiast
Opinion: Columbus Day honors a man who used extreme violence and brutality to enslave the original inhabitants of a land where millions of indigenous people lived for 100’s
Neither Republicans nor Democrats won the Vice Presidential debate. A kid blew the two candidates out of the water, questioning the ongoing polarization of the two parties. On
This year has seen a challenging transitional period for schools in the United States due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Suddenly schools had to quickly adapt to the shelter
A review of her life and some of her most impactful cases Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a pioneer of the women’s rights movement and an associate justice of the
Ronald Bell, singer/songwriter and co-founder of Kool & the Gang, has died at 68 Ronald “Khalis” Bell, co-founder of the Grammy Award winning pop/soul/funk group Kool & the
While some state governors are attempting to make masks a requirement for the general public, studies have found that they may not effectively prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Finals week is almost over, which means we are one step closer to the finish line. Most Saddleback students still have more semesters to go, but for the