Club Rush madness ensues

Club Rush madness ensues

By Grant Hermanns and Sydnie Mills

The Library Lawn was populated with various clubs promoting themselves to gain new members for the spring 2016 semester as Club Rush concluded on Wednesday. Clubs offered t...  Read More »

February 3, 2016

EC set to celebrate Black History Month

By Brenda Soriano

El Camino will be celebrating Black History Month on campus with a variety of campus-sponsored events, according to the press release. All events are free of charge and w...  Read More »

February 3, 2016

Recent News Stories

Campus greenhouse goes unused due to construction

February 3, 2016

Police Beat Jan. 19 – Jan. 25

January 27, 2016

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Honeybee exhibit promotes awareness for population struggles

By Jerriel Biggles and Caleb Okoye

Built in 1971, the El Camino Art Gallery is the source of amazing exhibits that has captivated the minds of students. "Honeybee" is no different.Starting from Jan. 19 through Feb...  Read More »

February 7, 2016

Art exhibit ‘Working Title’ features El Camino students

Art exhibit ‘Working Title’ features El Camino students

By Alba Mejia

The Samuels Advertising building in downtown L.A. hosted a special one-night only show called "Working Title" on Sat, Jan. 30, where a number of El Camino Arts students ha...  Read More »

February 2, 2016

Marissa Roth is part of the Los Angeles Times spot news team that won a Pulitzer prize for their work on the 1992 L.A. Riots. Growing up the daughter of Hungarian refugees escaping the Holocaust, Roth has covered everything from the Oscars to a coup attempt in the Philippines. Photo credit: Jo Rankin

31-year project is just one milestone in photographer’s life

February 1, 2016

The exhibit, "Emerging Impressions," is a collaboration of photographs from El Camino students at the Gallery Exposure in Old Town Torrance. The gallery's presentation time was extended twice from the beginning of January to the end of the month. Photo credit: victor liptzin

Old Torrance photo gallery features EC students’ work

January 31, 2016

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VIDEO: Student thoughts on who wins Super Bowl 50

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Women’s basketball rolls past L.A. Harbor

By Eric Ramos

With the women's basketball season winding down, the Warriors needed a strong finish to make some noise in the playoffs. On Friday, El Camino got one step closer with a 71...  Read More »

February 7, 2016

Softball pitches shutout against College of the Desert; sweeps doubleheader

Softball pitches shutout against College of the Desert; sweeps doubleheader

By Matthew Sandoval

With runners in scoring position in the bottom of the third inning, El Camino softball was looking to take the advantage and beat the visitors.It didn't take long for freshm...  Read More »

February 6, 2016

Recent Sports Stories

Softball topples undefeated Grossmont in first game of doubleheader

February 6, 2016

Men’s volleyball hopes to continue past success with revamped roster

February 5, 2016

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Ana Rakocevic

Ana Rakocevic

By Alba Mejia

Ana Rakocevic, 20, child development major: “The person in my life that has influenced me the most is my little cousin, Sofija. Almost 11 years ago, my cousin Sofija...  Read More »

February 3, 2016

Terrence Nash

Terrence Nash

By Alba Mejia

Terrance Nash, 19, business, "I want to have my own business and travel. For now, I just like to hang out with my friends and play video games. One of my favorite games is...  Read More »

February 2, 2016

On Social Media for the week of Jan. 18: First week of school and threats against a professor

January 22, 2016

New semester comes with student thoughts and parking woes

January 19, 2016

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No tickets for students without parking options

By Jerriel Biggles

Students are constantly trying to find the best classes to fit their schedule, and this includes trying to making it to the classes they have on time. But as everyone kno...  Read More »

February 3, 2016

Students shouldn’t cut corners in parking lots

By Trent Ledford

Parking tickets need be issued for illegal parking.What if you're running late to class and all of the parking spots are taken by students parking in red or yellow zones, or...  Read More »

February 3, 2016

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