Electronic Etiquette (Headphones)

By Ryan Pelle

March 18, 2010

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The clock strikes 9 a.m. as an EC student dashes to her first class. Her friend tries to stop her for a quick chat when she yells from a distance, "Monica! Monica, hold up." Little did Monica's friend know that she had her favorite... Read more »

texting and driving proves to be worse than drinking and driving

By ZARINA KHAIRZADA

March 11, 2010

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Imagine: A student is running late to his class, desperate to get there on time he texts his friend to hold him a parking spot and within that split second that his eyes left the road he found his car entwined with that of another... Read more »

texting and driving

By Lauren Neuroth

March 11, 2010

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Driving down Manhattan Beach Boulevard during rush hour can be quite dangerous because many people are driving too fast or are distracted by their loud music. Add on top of that the distraction of trying to text on your phone... Read more »

Financial gap between sexes still a factor

By Robert Gastelum

March 4, 2010

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A woman wakes up, does her morning rituals and heads off to work. She may or may not know that for every dollar her male co-worker makes, she is only making 72 cents. Legislation such as "The Equal Pay Act" signed by President... Read more »

Women strive for success

By CAITLIN MARTIN

March 4, 2010

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Lauren Neuroth Imagine a society where men and women had very different roles, but specific ones with certain expectations. The man is always the one who brings home the money and food for the family, and the woman is always... Read more »

Sex and skin still prevalent in the advertising market

By CAITLIN MARTIN

March 4, 2010

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janae green The 1950s were characterized by the traditional TV family image of the woman at home cooking and cleaning for her husband and taking care of her children. Women in the media, like Kim Kardishian, Paris Hilton and... Read more »

Sudoku Solution 3-4-2010

March 4, 2010

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Women’s education

By Lauren Neuroth

February 26, 2010

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Imagine a society where men and women had very different roles, but specific ones with certain expectations. In this society, the man is always the one who brings home the money and food for the family, and women stay home to... Read more »

Chuman, cell phone laws

By Risa Chuman

February 26, 2010

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Violators of the cellular phone law face penalties of $142 when caught texting or calling, Chad Farley, Torrance Police community affairs officer, said. In July 2008, new laws were established to ban hand-held cellular phone... Read more »

New EC fee payment creates added problems for adding classes

By Toney Fernandez

February 26, 2010

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Due to the new fee payment procedure that took affect this Spring semester, students arrived to class not ready to learn but with hopes they could re-enroll into their lost classes instead. Students who registered for classes... Read more »