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Orange Coast College Sports Information Director Tony Altobelli received the Bud Nangle Award earlier this month for his professionalism following the death of his brother, OCC baseball coach John Altobelli.

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Gun stores remain open in California despite the closure of most businesses amid COVID-19 and reports indicate that first time buyers are cleaning out the shelves.

“How can students avoid the coronavirus?”

“How can students avoid the coronavirus?”

Cindy Matuch
21, marine science

“I feel like if the situation gets worse, then they should close campus to prevent it from spreading.”

Jessica Sanchez
19, history

“Don’t travel without taking precautionary measures.”

Justin Owens
23, kinesiology

“Wash your hands — that’s the biggest thing. Wear a mask, use hand sanitizer, and if you don’t feel well, stay home.”

Michelle Islas
20, psychology

“I would say to try and be as clean as possible and carry hand sanitizer.”

Simon Tate
23, kinesiology

“It’s really spread through person to person contact, so continue to wash your hands and be sanitary.”

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A small juice bar in Costa Mesa uses smoothies and juice to stop the spread of human trafficking by donating 100 percent of its profits to a victims’ organization.

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Director Bethany Kraemer’s rendition of “Wilderness” exposed the harsh underlying truths that young adults and parents endure.

SPECIAL SECTION — REMEMBERING JOHN ALTOBELLI

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.

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    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…