“What qualities should Orange Coast College’s next president have?”

“What qualities should Orange Coast College’s next president have?”

Alysa Filiger
21, undeclared

“I feel like he or she should have an honest quality and is approachable by the students.”

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Orange Coast College is participating this fall semester for the first time in the 2020 Ballot Bowl, a competition between all of the higher education schools in the California system to see how many students each campus can get registered to vote, meant to foster civic engagement amongst Ca…

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The California Student Borrower Bill of Rights, or AB 376, was passed by the California state legislature and signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Sept. 28. The legislation intends to strengthen protections for student borrowers from predatory student loan practices.

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Democratic candidate Harley Rouda, running to represent California’s 48th congressional district, discussed issues of immigration, healthcare, rising costs of housing and education in a region that has historically voted Republican at Golden West College Wednesday.

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In an Orange Coast College speech focusing on what he called “the attack on faith, family and freedom,” former senator and presidential hopeful Rick Santorum urged about 100 students, faculty and community members to embrace conservative ideals Tuesday night.

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The Orange Coast College Symphony and the college’s Dance department will perform the “Carmen Suite” ballet on Saturday, one of the only collaborations of its kind in recent memory.

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It’s Sexual Assault Awareness Week at Orange Coast College and the Planned Parenthood Generation Action Club is on a mission to educate the student population.

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Orange Coast College’s annual Green Coast Day kicked-off Thursday with a short presentation and awards ceremony for Garrison Fellows in the Roger B. Moore Theatre.

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Following public uproar and backlash at a proposal to house Orange County’s homeless in temporary tent structures, U.S. District Judge David O. Carter urged county officials to show accountability and to take concrete action for the county’s homeless population during a court session Tuesday.

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The energy was warm and welcoming. The panel of women, leading by example, introduced themselves to members of the audience before taking to the stage to discuss women’s leadership.

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Los Alamitos City Council members voted 4 to 1 Monday to exempt the city from California’s sanctuary state law, a move that will allow the city to work with federal authorities and coordinate with law enforcement when dealing with undocumented immigrants.

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Six Democrats competing for California’s 48th Congressional District—which is currently held by Republican Dana Rohrabacher—discussed women’s issues during a debate Wednesday night in the Robert B. Moore Theatre at Orange Coast College.

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Wendell Pickens Field at Orange Coast College, host to the OCC baseball team, is under construction to implement a brand-new AstroTurf playing surface, 10 years after the field's last renovation.