We like to think of our colleges and universities as temples of knowledge, bastions of logic. But with facts under daily assault, we would hope that Orange Coast College would side with reason.
This week, President Trump canceled the White House’s subscriptions to The Washington Post and The New York Times and instructed all federal agencies to follow suit. Out of a plethora of terrible decisions Trump has made, the Coast Report Editorial Board sees this move as one of his most ala…
When Orange Coast College started construction on its $89 million on-campus housing, officials said part of the intention was to target low income students, veterans and homeless students.
Last week the Trump Administration took a step forward in tackling a major public health crisis that is predominantly affecting young people. Instead of tackling addiction or gun violence, the president took on another toxic orange substance, Mango Juul pods.
Since the Supreme Court ruled in 1973 in Roe v. Wade that restrictive state regulation on abortion is unconstitutional, several state legislators and groups have continued to try and limit women’s access to safe and legal abortions.
In the wake of a horrific terrorist attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand that killed at least 50 people on Friday, social media giant Facebook along with others have been scrambling to delete re-uploaded versions of the 17-minute livestream the terrorist broadcasted of the attacks.
The votes of young Americans are needed now more than ever. On Tuesday it’s imperative that all young people understand the power they hold, especially when not all are given that same opportunity.
The launch of the “Pirates’ Promise” program at Orange Coast College is intended to cover the cost of education for first-year students who don’t qualify for full financial aid, for one year.
As journalists, we hold a unique position. We stand upon a moral foundation. Truth and facts are the tenets of our dogma. Journalism, the fourth estate, is needed now more than ever.
The March for Our Lives may have begun, but black youth have been marching for their lives every day and not to the same critical acclaim as their Floridian counterparts.
The month of February has been designated a celebration of African American achievement and the history of black life in America since its conception by historian Carter J. Woodson and minister Jesse E. Moorland in 1915.
It’s safe to say that for most of us here at Orange Coast College, the Student Code of Conduct is nothing more than another terms and agreements-type document that we scrolled to the bottom of, agreed to continue and moved on with our initial registration process.
At its very basis, college is a place for learning. We’re here because our skills are imperfect, our goals and eventual futures uncertain. College is a place where we can refine and define who we are and how we want to showcase that.
Gender neutral options are a growing movement in states across the country, specifically on college campuses, in attempts to provide comfort to those who identify as a gender other than male or female.
Recent outrage and controversy over President Donald J. Trump’s Sept. 5 announcement to repeal the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program has sent ripples of dread across the country.
There’s something in the air on campus and it’s not the pre-spring break excitement we’re used to feeling a week before the mid-semester break — instead it’s the impending doom of crippling anxiety.
There is a chart circulating online that breaks down how millennials voted on Election Day and the numbers are astonishing. If the electoral college would have followed the way millennials voted, Hillary Clinton would have won with an overwhelming 504 votes over President-elect Donald Trump’…
The Coast Report Editorial Board deliberated the presidential race along with several important California Propositions on the ballot next week. Here are our recommendations.
Orange Coast College has plans to expand the student population from 22,000 to 28,000 students in the next two years, leaving current students with a feeling of uncertainty about the school’s already dangerous parking lot predicaments.
It seems that more and more, Orange Coast College’s administration, faculty and staff accuse the Coast Report of misquoting something they’ve said or flat out refuse to answer questions because they don’t like what was written or are still holding on to a grudge from 20 years ago.