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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.

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Orange Coast College may be looking into funding an esports program after its Overwatch team has had several high-profile performances in competitions.

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Coast Community College District officials announced Sunday night that its three campuses will suspend classes for the next two weeks and urged students to stay home because of COVID-19.

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Instructors at Orange Coast College are being instructed to switch site-based, in-person classes to online teaching next week if possible, and to be prepared to switch to online classes after spring break.

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Costa Mesa found itself in the middle of coronavirus chaos last week when the federal government attempted to house patients with the disease at Fairview Development Center, just two miles down Harbor Boulevard from Orange Coast College.

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Orange Coast College President Angelica Suarez was named one of Orange County’s Hispanic Women of the Year on Saturday.

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After winning a decisive victory in the Nevada Caucuses on Saturday, Sen. Bernie Sanders heads into Super Tuesday in an enviable position. 

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Sen. Bernie Sanders came out to rally about 1,000 southern Californians to go to the polls in an event held Friday on the eve of the Nevada caucuses.

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

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Paying for college can be expensive, especially when transferring to a four-year university after paying around $46 a unit at a community college and transitioning to paying close to $3,000 a semester for six or more units.

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As the sun hung low in the late afternoon, about 4,000 people were packed near home plate at Angel Stadium for the memorial service honoring the late John, Keri and Alyssa Altobelli.

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Even as the World Health Organization named the novel-coronavirus an international public health emergency on Thursday, officials inside the U.S. urged calm.

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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.

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A districtwide hiring freeze and an incentive for retirement package was approved by the Coast Community College District Board of Trustees last month in an effort to resolve an apparent budget deficit.

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It was just four months ago that Kobe Bryant was at Orange Coast College.

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In his 27 years at Orange Coast College, baseball coach John Altobelli impacted more lives than the average person could even imagine.

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Coach John Altobelli, or Alto as players called him in the dugout, was highly respected in the baseball world around the United States — and I am one of those admirers.

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The clicking of camera shutters from assembled media was the most distinguishable sound coming from Orange Coast College’s Wendell Pickens Field Tuesday.

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There was an obvious pall over Orange Coast College Monday morning as students, faculty and staff made their way to campus amid the tragic loss of John Altobelli, OCC’s head baseball coach for more than 25 years.

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Orange Coast College’s longtime baseball coach John Altobelli was among the victims of the helicopter crash Sunday that also took the life of basketball great Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna.

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Several classes were cancelled in the Social Science building, Student Health Center and the Associated Students Bookstore after a power outage this morning turned off the lights, but some professors chose to continue teaching regardless of lights out.

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Community members, including families with children, gathered Thursday in the Science Hall at Orange Coast College to screen the controversial anti-abortion film “Unplanned.”

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Since the start of this semester, five college safety assistants have been added back to the staff after approximately 30 CSAs were indefinitely furloughed over the summer.

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A chalk drawing at Orange Coast College today directed those who are “feeling the Bern” to vote for Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt) in California’s upcoming Democratic presidential primary.

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Students at Orange Coast College have been encountering vending machine problems like broken credit card scanners, their cash being swallowed, mechanisms jamming and operator errors.

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Orange Coast College has partnered up with Southern Illinois University to give aviation students a chance to earn a bachelor’s degree in aviation management.

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According to Chief of Campus Safety Jim Rudy, a female student was sleeping in her car in the Merrimac Way Parking Lot when a young man approached her vehicle at approximately 2 p.m. today.

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Orange Coast College is going to become the first community college in California to offer on-campus student housing.

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The Orange Coast College Recycling Center has been honored by the U.S. Green Building Council for its triple certification achievement in sustainability, becoming the first facility in the world to do so.

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With the start of the new semester Orange Coast College welcomed Angelica Suarez, its new president — just the 11th president in the college’s history.

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Campus Safety officers are looking for a 6-foot-tall, white man in his 20s after a female student on campus reported a sexual battery incident Thursday morning.

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To meet the growing needs of campus life, Orange Coast College’s current hit-or-miss surveillance system is set to receive major upgrades as the campus expands.

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In a unanimous vote, the Coast Community College District Board of Trustees named Angelica Suarez the new president of Orange Coast College during its regularly-scheduled meeting Wednesday.

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The Orange Coast College Fiscal Affairs Council has proposed allocations for its annual $1.5 million budget, made up of funds from student fees and other income, to various campus clubs and organizations.

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A female Orange Coast College student walking southbound toward the Math, Business and Computer Center was reportedly grabbed by her backpack by an unknown male suspect on Tuesday around 6 p.m.

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Maybe you’re driving down the road and there is someone in front of you swerving a little, maybe even driving slower than normal.

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The Coast Report staff attended the state-wide Journalism Association of Community Colleges convention in Sacramento from March 28 to 30 and received nine awards.

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Robert McDougal, the 23-year-old former Orange Coast College student who was arrested after continually violating a permanent restraining order not to come on campus and pleading guilty to vandalism, is now wanted by the Costa Mesa Police Department on suspicion of violating a criminal prote…

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On the heels of student opposition to a plan to widen spaces and reduce parking spots in Merrimac Way Parking Lot, Orange Coast College administrators have apparently have put the brakes on the plan.

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The Associated Students of Orange Coast College voted Friday on a resolution to resurface and restripe all of the parking spots in the Merrimac Way Parking Lot during spring break.

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Days after photos of Newport Harbor High School students performing a Nazi salute around cups arranged into the shape of a swastika went viral, a crowd poured into Chapman University March 6 to hear Eva Schloss, a Holocaust survivor and the stepsister of Anne Frank.

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After Democrats swept Orange County’s congressional races in last year’s midterms, the party is hoping to extend the blue wave into next week’s Board of Supervisors special election for the third district.

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More than 500 students, parents and community members gathered at Newport Harbor High School Monday night where close to 20 panelists condemned anti-Semitism after photos emerged of several of the school’s students performing the Hitler salute around red cups arranged as a swastika.

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Conservative media and groups have been lambasting Orange Coast College ever since the Young Americans for Freedom club was told to take down a flag depicting assault rifles in its booth during Pirate Involvement Fest earlier this month.

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​Six Orange Coast College students have been selected as semifinalists in the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation’s Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship competition, setting a record for the number of OCC students to make it to the semifinals.

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The Orange Coast College Search Committee prepares to set sail on its 10-week mission to seek out a new college president.