In yet another blow to hospitality workers, on Oct. 2, Governor Gavin Newsom vetoed Assembly Bill 3216 – also known as the Right of Recall Bill – that would have required employers to rehire workers laid off due to the pandemic, offering them the first shot at returning to their jobs.
The student government of Orange Coast College will hold elections online starting Monday and running through Oct. 30 at occvotes.com. There are two students running for one senate seat.
Throughout the first several weeks of the virtual fall semester at Orange Coast College, the question of what will happen for spring lingered, and as of Oct. 2, that question was answered. Orange Coast College will be online for the spring.
On Thursday night the Los Angeles Dodgers booked its ticket into the divisional series as it continues its pursuit to claim the Commissioner’s Trophy. However, the same journey does not await its crosstown foe, the Los Angeles Angels.
For decades, professional and premier collegiate athletes have used their platform to further social, political and communal change. Often overlooked, however, is the effect these boycotts, demands and protests have on amature athletes.
During the early months of the Covid-19 lockdown, where people actually stayed inside, the term “essential worker” was most likely to describe a doctor, teacher or a small business owner. Unemployment rates in April 2020 rose to a record-breaking 14.7%. Although the pandemic is far from over…
During our time in quarantine many people are relying heavily on delivery services to bring us food. It seems a convenient and effective way to bring in food while supporting our favorite restaurants. But third party food delivery companies like Grubhub charge restaurants a consumer fee that…
During most post-recession assessments, the reevaluation of federal programs and agencies are undertaken to analyze for optimal efficiency — one of which is the United States Postal Service.
As the world moves toward the hopeful end of the global outbreak of COVID-19, it’s hard to believe that things will simply go back to normal once all of this is over.
After three long years with a reality TV host in the White House, many of us have become accustomed to rolling our eyes and moving on with our day in response to just about anything that the president has to say, or more likely, tweet.
When we think of 19th-century con men fooling people into buying snake oil, we laugh at how gullible people must have been to be convinced by such an obviously fraudulent product.
With the decision by the federal government to pull the plug on the proposal of housing Californian coronavirus patients at the Fairview Development Center, Orange Coast College students can stop holding their breath.
There’s a saying in politics that all government is local, yet even the most politically engaged of The Coast Report’s staffers remain generally ignorant of our own governments — Associated Students of Orange Coast College and Student Government of Orange Coast College.
Sen. Bernie Sanders narrowly eeked out a win in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday night, winning by just over 1 percent of the vote as former South Bend, Ind. mayor Pete Buttigieg came in at a close second.
Happy new year and welcome back to Orange Coast College for the start of 2020. It is true that the spring is a time of renewal and hope as we shake off the cold of winter and dedicate ourselves to a new year with renewed enthusiasm.
With the Iowa Democratic party failing to announce a winner following complications with the caucus on Monday, the existence of the caucus system and Iowa’s first position on the calendar must be questioned.
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.
Once again, we saw a woman being penalized for actions that are deemed to be acceptable for men when Katie Hill (D-CA) resigned from the House of Representatives after an affair with a female campaign aide came to light.
On April 24, 2013 the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh collapsed. More than 1,100 people were killed and more than 2,500 people were injured. The collapse is considered the deadliest disaster in the history of the garment industry — one that was the result of the building’s owner refusing t…
At a time when many in the international community question who is in control of Mexico, a recent incident that left eight dead, a dozen injured and 55 inmates on the loose has left the Mexican government looking even worse.
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…