• Passing the torch

    Passing the torch

    By Celine West

    April 21, 2014

    Graduating students from class 138 of the EC Fire Academy gathered together with friends and family to celebrate a major stepping stone in their firefighting careers at the EC Fire Academy in Inglewood on April 11. “Being part of the team was most valuable to me, the brotherhood and camaraderie.... READ MORE »»

    Leonardo Perez, EC Fire Academy recruit, runs to connect a fire hose to a hydrant at the ECFA graduation on April 11 in Inglewood Calif. Class 138 recently finished an intensive, 10-week long academy. Photo credit: John Fordiani

  • From the parking lots, to the main stage

    From the parking lots, to the main stage

    By Joel Leon

    April 17, 2014

    In the words of Lady Gaga, "just dance, gonna be okay, da da doo-doo-mmm," Jamie Burton knows how to spin that record with his artistic dance moves.Jamie Burton, 20, dance major, not only leads when he is choreographing, but he also leads with his determination to mark a difference in peoples lives."I... READ MORE »»

    Jamie Burton, 20, dance major hinging back in a full stretch during rehearsals. Photo credit: Cary Majano

  • Warriors grind out win against EC Compton Center

    Warriors grind out win against EC Compton Center

    By Rocky Rivera

    April 16, 2014

    Pumped up would be an understatement in describing the Warriors start to the game. Up by four after two innings, EC's softball team would not lose the lead as they beat El Camino College Compton Center 7-6 last Thursday. The performance earned freshman shortstop Victoria Garcia recognition from California Community College Fastpitch Coaches Association.... READ MORE »»

    Freshman Kathy Orozco, slides into home, she was later ruled out. The Warriors went on to defeat EC Compton Center 7-6 last Saturday. Photo credit: Amira Petrus

  • EC department of dance presents the Spring Dance Concert

    EC department of dance presents the Spring Dance Concert

    By Angela Yim

    April 5, 2014

    While the majority of EC students attempt to shake off spring break fever and get back into the semester groove, the dance department prepares for hell week, the final week of rehearsals and costume adjustments before opening night. The semesterly event the dancers have worked hard toward, toughed through endless hours of late night... READ MORE »»

    From left, Alisa Carreras, 20, dance major, Christina Morales, 23, dance major and Catherine Chavez,dance major goes over their dance routine in the P.E. dance room. They will dance in the upcoming Spring Dance Concert. Photo credit: Amira Petrus

  • EC employees protest amidst little progress

    EC employees protest amidst little progress

    By Eric Hsieh

    April 3, 2014

    Their chants rounded the Administration Building and spilled onto Crenshaw Boulevard, preceding a body of some 50 disgruntled teachers and classified employees. Many carried signs emblazoned with "5%," a clarion call for the raise they believe is long overdue.However, even as the El Camino Classified Employees (ECCE) and El... READ MORE »»

    El Camino College faculty protest with classified staff on March 25 over ongoing salary negotiations. The El Camino College Classified Employees (ECCE) and the Federation of Teachers (ECCFT) are asking for a one-time, 6 percent raise and a 5 percent raise every year for 3 years respectively. Currently, the district is proposing a 5 percent raise spread across three years. Photo credit: John Fordiani

No debate over forensics victory

By Celine West

Recent successes and victories for the EC debate team places them in high ranks among other colleges as their final State and National Championships brought their...  Read More »

April 21, 2014 • 0 comments

The state [convention] of the Union

The state [convention] of the Union

By Lorilynn Lomeli

A constant race to meet ever-approaching deadlines; crisp, white pages brimming with black and red ink; fingers scrambling on keys; interview after interview;...  Read More »

April 21, 2014 • 0 comments

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By Rocky Rivera

Up against the wall, joint conference leaders Cerritos felt the heat from the Warriors last Thursday. EC's softball team led by two runs in the last inning thanks to a home...  Read More »

April 22, 2014 • 0 comments

Hatch provides needed lift

By Brian Camacho

Sophomore first baseman Dylan Hatch came through in the clutch once again with a 2 RBI home run in top of the 9th to give the El Camino baseball team a much needed 5-3 victory...  Read More »

April 21, 2014 • 0 comments

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From the parking lots, to the main stage

From the parking lots, to the main stage

By Joel Leon

In the words of Lady Gaga, "just dance, gonna be okay, da da doo-doo-mmm," Jamie Burton knows how to spin that record with his artistic dance...  Read More »

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239 people were on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, and now friends and families of the people are waiting to reconfirm the harsh reality that the plane has no survivors....  Read More »

April 22, 2014 • 0 comments

Denial Sensationalized(eh…)

By Rachel Oatridge

International tragedies like the March 8th disappearance of flight MH370 deserve a solemn pause in our affairs. However, instead...  Read More »

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