Edison High School athletes, parents and coaches gathered on Friday in Huntington Beach to protest the pandemic restrictions forestalling athletic seasons.
OCC's COVID-19 at a glance
- Cosmetic surgery demand jumps during COVID-19 pandemic
- “Let Them Play!” High school athletes, parents rally for sports amid COVID-19 surge
- What's next for live music?
- OCC trade programs grapple with pandemic
- During pandemic, local comedy clubs become no laughing matter
- Escape the house during quarantine
- OCC says goodbye to photography icon John Upton
- OCC athletes eager to return to practice
- Police arrest suspect in OCC sexual assault incident
- OCC Student Life and Leadership Department keeps students calm, connected
In Orange County, more COVID-19 restrictions threaten local businesses. The unemployment rate in OC remains at 7.5%, as many of the people in the hospitality and amusement park industry feel the impacts the hardest. This includes the 20,000 students at Orange Coast College who have faced har…
Arts + Culture
When COVID-19 appeared, concerts and live entertainment events were among the first to be affected by the crisis. As cases continue to rise, the music industry is working diligently to make it through this cultural shock.With the event cancellations happening around the world, artists have h…
Orange County is a decently sized county, home to a population of 3.19 million people. It even had its own show back in the day – "The OC", a modern-day soap opera involving “wealthy high schoolers and sun-drenched angst.” People from all over come to enjoy its beach cities.
Sharp white lines, tightly stretched nets and royal blue pavement reflecting the school’s colors adorn the new and improved tennis courts at Orange Coast College. However, something is missing: the athletes.