A.S. Votes Against Graduation Banquet

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Reed Curtis

 A.S President Jennifer Chen (right) and Vice President Jorge Sandoval (left) at the April 23rd A.S. Board Meeting in the Cayton Center at Santa Moncia College in Santa Monica, California. Vice President's choice to vote against providing catering at the 2018 SMC graduation ceremony sharply divided the board.(Reed Curtis/ Corsair Photo)

 Volunteer, who would like to remain anonymous, for the clothesline project as part of SMC’s Consent Week hangs up a students tee shirt at Santa Monica College in Santa Monica, California, on Monday, April 23rd, 2018. (Pyper Witt/ Corsair Photo)


Consent Week: The Clothesline Project Returns



 Antipholus of Ephesus played by Nicholas Ferguson (left), and Adriana played by Alessia Zemo (right), embrace as they prepare to make out due to Antipholus of Ephesus mistaken identity for Adriana's husband, Antipholus of Syracuse, within the Shakespearean play, “The Comedy of Errors,” directed by Mikael Mattsson at the SMC Performing Arts Center in Santa Monica, California, on Thursday, April 19th, 2018. (Eduardo Cortes/ Photo Contributor)


The Comedy of Errors

 Table tennis player Tiziano Aiello plays ping pong at Santa Monica College's Main Campus Gym in Santa Monica California on Sunday, February 4th 2018. (William Greenblatt/ Photo Contributor)


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What does the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution mean to you? Santa Monica College students share their opinions on their rights to free speech and freedom of expression. Video was produced, filmed, and edited by Corsair contributor Julie Dole. Interview video footage by Corsair staff reporter Ryanne Mena, with interview questions by Corsair News Editor, Daniel Farr.

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