Santa Ana College’s cafeteria, formerly known as Grill 155 located in the Johnson Center, will reopen on August 4th replete with Starbucks coffee. The renovations of the newly-christened “SAC Café” are part of the many ongoing campus-wide renovations including the upgrades to the Tessmann Planetarium, Russell and Dunlap Hall (to get an elevator), the addition… Read More Santa Ana College Renovates Cafe, Will Serve Starbucks
Santa Ana College math teacher Hao-Nien Q. Vu was recently interviewed by the Huffington Post to discuss the launch of a new voice from the Vietnamese community called Vietnam Right Now. To read a contribution to Santaniego by Hao-Nien Vu, click here. Click here for the original Huffington Post with Hao-Nien Vu.
Santa Ana College Music presents another semester of free music performances at Fine Arts Hall (Art Building Room C-104) on Tuesdays at 5 pm and Fridays at 12:30 pm. In addition to these, this semester the Fine & Performing Arts Division will host theatre, dance and more arts events at the SAC Santora Arts Gallery… Read More The Santa Ana College Applied Music Schedule for Spring 2014
Recitals are held in Fine Arts Hall, room C-104 and are free to students and the general public. Tuesdays, 5 PM September 10 Jazz Menagerie Sept. 17 Voice Students of Melody Versoza Sept. 24 SAC Jazz Quartet October 1 Rachel Kaplan, Flute Oct. 8 Judy Huang, Piano Oct. 15 Kayoko Adachi, Violin Oct. 22 Vernalis… Read More The Santa Ana College Applied Music Recital Schedule for Fall 2013
Oliver Zavala and yours truly present the Arte Santa Ana podcast. In it we go over Latino arts in Santa Ana and beyond, with related issues. In episode 1 we talk arts in the downtown, business, demographics, folk, pop and high culture, and more. For more visit http://www.arte-santa-ana.org Coming soon to iTunes. Available through RSS… Read More The Arte Santa Ana Podcast is Now Live
For a preview of an article that I contributed to the Santa Ana Register that debuts tomorrow, click here. The Register informs: The Santa Ana Register is a new weekly newspaper covering the city of Santa Ana. It will be delivered Thursdays to Orange County Register subscribers. To subscribe, call customer service at 1-877-627-7009. In… Read More The Santa Ana Register Returns as a Weekly, Starting Tomorrow
Who said there were no Mexican capitalists? Who? Here is a rare interview with Mexican mogul Carlos Slim, who is Forbes Magazine’s wealthiest man in the world. He’s also Larry King’s boss. He owns the new and upcoming online network, Ora TV, on which Larry King and others have shows. He’s known for his telephony… Read More Carlos Slim on Larry King Now
In a city that is overwhelmingly Latino (upwards of over 80 percent) it becomes necessary for the majority to be reflected in the city’s decision making. Santa Ana is in need of a true organic growth from within, and not from unmeasured transplantation from without. One area where Latinos are grossly under-represented is in business.… Read More Santa Ana: In Need of a Real Renaissance
The Santa Ana College Music Department in partnership with the Santa Ana College Foundation announces the launching of the SAC Steinway Campaign. The Music Department is raising funds for the purchase of a 9′ Steinway concert grand piano. Santa Ana College Music Faculty member Dr. Jungwon Jin will offer a concert on April 12 at… Read More SAC Music Launches its Steinway Campaign
Century High School aims to improve its academic performance through a Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) program initiative. “After being recognized as a persistently low achieving school by the state of CA in 2007 (the API scores in the last 5 years haven’t exceeded 600), Century H.S. has taken many steps to improve… Read More STEAM Program Comes to Century H.S.