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Three Orange Coast College students have been selected from a highly competitive national pool of candidates for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel abroad this summer and do humanitarian projects with the group Export Hope.


A state bill that allows all students to take transferable courses at a community college without going through placement exams was implemented last semester.


Elections for nine open seats on next year’s Student Government of Orange Coast College board will run online April 13 through 17.

“How would two years of free college at four-year university help you?”

“How would two years of free college at four-year university help you?”

Emily Jagla
29, communications

“That would alleviate a bunch of stress and I would be able to focus more on school and being a student.”

Hannah Arico
19, psychology

“I would be able to save up money to give back to my mom for all the years of spending.”

Anthony Borgatello
20, business

“I could focus on my studies more and wouldn’t have to work as much.”

Bella Ham
24, sociology

“It would help relieve my anxieties and stress so that I could solely focus on my education.”

Libby Prior
29, psychology

“I’d be able to better provide for my son after graduation.”

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It was sometime last fall that Orange Coast College’s new president Angelica Suarez was touring Wendell Pickens Field hoping to meet the head baseball coach John Altobelli.


    Coast Report staffers got a sneak peek at the new Orange Coast College Planetarium, slated to open in March. The facility is a state-of-the-art building that boasts a 125-seat auditorium for celestial shows, a Foucault pendulum, interactive learning screens and a gift shop that will sell T-s…