Police Beat April 26 – April 29

By John Fordiani

April 29, 11:57 p.m. An officer stopped a vehicle in the 15600 block of Crenshaw Boulevard. The driver, who is not a student, had a $60,000 warrant for selling liquor to a mino...  Read More »

May 4, 2016

Judge grants defense time to submit psychologist report for former student accused of threatening to kill professor

By Phil Sidavong

A Torrance judge gave the defense attorney, of the former student who allegedly threatened to kill his teacher, time to submit a psychologist's report in court on May 2, De...  Read More »

May 3, 2016

Recent News Stories

Hydration stations still awaiting approval

May 1, 2016

Police Beat April 18-22

April 26, 2016

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Play that funky music, Jazz Band

By Sebastian Spencer

The Marsee Auditorium hosted director Alan Chan and the El Camino College Concert Jazz Band for their third and final show this semester on Friday night.Whether it was th...  Read More »

May 3, 2016

EC Choir, Chorale, Mixed Chorus and Symphony Orchestra to perform “German Requiem”

By Lauren Liddle

The Marsee Auditorium will be hosting a performance by the El Camino Concert Choir, Chorale, Mixed Chorus and Symphony Orchestra, "German Requiem" by Johannes Brahms.The Concert Choir and Mixed Chorus will have 125 singers with the combination of 66 instrumentals in the El Camino Orchestra, a...  Read More »

May 2, 2016

Photo credit: Gabriela Better

“La Fiesta” comes to EC with Mariachi and other traditional dances

April 29, 2016

Bryan Chavez, 19, psychology major (left), with Dianelly Santos, 20, sociology major, examine the art piece “Steven Seagull” by Clara Hana Kwon in the art gallery on April 18. Photo credit: Sue Hong

Art Gallery presents ‘Student Show 2016’

April 27, 2016

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Students react to 'massacre-threat' trial sentencing

Murdock Stadium Timeline

Beach volleyball team takes second place at SoCal Regionals; fails to reach state tournament

By Phil Sidavong

Frustration set in for the Warriors.One set in the El Camino beach volleyball team's No. 2 and 3 pairs' matches were all that EC needed to take a win against the visiting ...  Read More »

May 3, 2016

Baseball team falls to Long Beach City College in last game of regular season

Baseball team falls to Long Beach City College in last game of regular season

By Tayler Dahm

The baseball game was tied at one in the eighth inning when Vikings 6-foot-7 250 pound freshman first baseman Vincent Byrd came up with two runners on and crushed a change up...  Read More »

April 30, 2016

Recent Sports Stories

Up next for the beach volleyball team: Warriors host regional playoffs on Tuesday

April 30, 2016

Michelle Shimamoto and Nickeisha Williams, sophomores, make up the No. 2 pair from El Camino's beach volleyball team.
Today they were crowned the Western State Conference individual champions after overcoming teammates Brooke Russell and Taylor Brydon in the final match. Photo credit: Phil Sidavong

Williams/Shimamoto claim Western State Conference champions, beach volleyball team advances four pairs to state

April 30, 2016

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People of El Camino: K. Breanna von Stein

People of El Camino: K. Breanna von Stein

By Sarah Desmond

“My husbands’s mom and my mom have been ill: my mom has been diagnosed with breast cancer and my husband’s mom with Alzheimer's so that was pretty hard," K....  Read More »

May 4, 2016

Food for the student: Top Five lunch items near El Camino

By Grant Hermanns

Every student has experienced it. You're hungry, but only have a short break between classes to grab some food. The only problem is you're low on money and are tired of go...  Read More »

May 3, 2016

People of El Camino: Nicole Silver

May 3, 2016

People of El Camino: Angelo Hernandez

May 2, 2016

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Athletes strive to be the best

Athletes strive to be the best

By Eric Ramos

Your face drips with sweat. The 90 degree heat is scorching your body under all the football gear. Your coach blows the whistle and yells, "see you ladies this afternoon."During hot, summ...  Read More »

April 28, 2016

Grades overrule games

Grades overrule games

By Madison Brady

As a student athlete from a young age, I found that quitting softball increased my grades and focus by a landslide. The game of choice tends to take over your life. Although being a p...  Read More »

April 28, 2016

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