Honeybee exhibit promotes awareness for population struggles

By Jerriel Biggles and Caleb Okoye

February 7, 2016

Filed under Arts

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. 11, nine professional artists showcase their artwork in the scho... Read more »

Inside look at Honeybee exhibit

By Jerriel Biggles

January 25, 2016

Filed under Arts

The sound of wind, the ringing of glass, the buzzing of bees is the first thing that occurs in the room. As one looks around the room, visuals and close ups of honeybees are shown in nature and Lauren Michele Kasmer is presenting h... Read more »

EC to host performances and screen film

By Grant Hermanns

January 20, 2016

Filed under Arts, Previews

RumorsThis production set in the 1980's follows four well-to-do couples that are invited to the anniversary celebration of Charlie and Myra Brock. When they arrive, they find a rapidly developing set of unexpected, unlikely and distur... Read more »

Arts gallery to present exhibit celebrating honeybees

By Grant Hermanns

January 13, 2016

Filed under Arts, News, Previews

The El Camino Art Gallery is going to present an exhibit entitled "Honeybee" from Jan. 19 to Feb. 12 to celebrate "the wonder and importance of bees," according to the press release.There will be a special reception on Jan. 2... Read more »

EC’s music department presents its ‘Holiday Chorale Extravaganza’

By Alex Torres

December 5, 2015

Filed under Arts, Previews

El Camino College's music department will be hosting the Holiday Chorale Extravaganza featuring performances by students and professionals Sunday, Dec. 6, at 7 p.m. in the Campus Theatre.Attendees can expect song performances from the ... Read more »

A lot of heart and familiar tropes in ‘The Good Dinosaur’

By Jerome Daniel Casio

November 30, 2015

Filed under Arts, Reviews

In Pixar's latest, their second one this year, a lost boy and his four-legged friend go on an adventure as they make their way back home, running into deadly creatures, nutty hermits, cannibalistic evangelicals and tenacious co... Read more »

‘Mockingjay – Part 2’ brings franchise to a grim, violent close

By Jerome Daniel Casio

November 23, 2015

Filed under Arts, Reviews

In 2012, "The Hunger Games" opened with general success by capturing the emotion, breadth and merciless violence, given its PG-13 rating.But with "Catching Fire," director Francis Lawrence's introduction to the franchise, the ... Read more »

Communication studies professor to host discussion ‘African American Images in the Media’

By Jerome Daniel Casio

November 19, 2015

Filed under Arts, Previews

One of El Camino's communication studies professor will be hosting a discussion on the portrayal of African Americans in the media Thursday in the Marsee Auditorium. Larry Leach, communication studies professor, will be the so... Read more »