Saddleback College held their third Zoom meeting on Thursday, Sept. 17, consisting of only students to discuss the possibility of retiring the Gaucho. Hosted by Shawn O’Rourke
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The COVID-19 shutdown has left many college athletes with a cancelled season and disconnect from their teams. With the season ending at such an unpredictable halt, many of
Now based in Los Angeles, this artist has reached new heights as of late in his career. Brandon L., or Inksap, or The Artist known as Inksap. The
Prior to Saddleback College, Kyle Long was a two sport athlete in high school and was drafted by the Chicago White Sox, but turned down that offer to
It was the Monday after spring break at Saddleback College, but this year was suddenly different from any other year on campus. The Coronavirus also known as the
Michael Lowther, a full-time student and an ambitious entrepreneur striving to raise awareness of the vast oceans that mold the diversity of our beautiful coastlines as well as
The Saddleback Men’s basketball team hosted the Antelope Valley College Marauders in the first round of the Southern California Community College Regional Playoffs Wednesday, winning the match-up 75-67.
The Saddleback College Men’s Baseball team continued their meeting with Palomar College back on Feb. 5, due to darkness. The Gauchos were leading 15-9, in the bottom of
Saddleback College 55 (10-4) Riverside City College 65 (12-2) The Saddleback College Men’s Basketball Team loses their chance at being in first place in the
Saddleback College (16-8) 69 Orange Coast College (3-20) 59 The Wednesday night meeting at Saddleback College ended up in a victory for the Guachos against the
Longtime head baseball coach at Orange Coast College John Altobelli died in a crash that involved NBA legend Kobe Bryant’s private helicopter on Sunday, Jan. 26 along with
The Saddleback Gauchos baseball team advanced to 3-0 with a commanding 15-6, 14-hit win over the Santa Barbara City College Vaqueros at Doug Fritz Field on Jan. 31.