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El Camino exceeds 600 COVID-19 cases
By Delfino Camacho June 28, 2022

El Camino College has confirmed 42 new cases of COVID-19 on campus, bringing the total number of cases to 623. Two emails sent by El Camino College’s Office of Marketing and Communications on June...

Mask mandate protocol continues at El Camino
By Ethan Cohen June 17, 2022

El Camino College has issued an update to its COVID-19 mask protocol starting Monday, June 20 and will stay on campus until further notice. According to an email sent by El Camino College’s Office...

Summer and fall classes are tuition-free for El Camino students
By Khoury Williams June 9, 2022

El Camino College is offering tuition-free classes for both the summer and fall 2022 semesters to all currently enrolled students. According to an email sent by El Camino College's Office of Marketing...

Meet the newly elected ASO members
By Katie O'Brien June 9, 2022

On May 13, The El Camino College Associated Student Organization released their election decision after a three-day voting process. Current Associated Students Organization Director of Student Services...

El Camino Community chat with campus police
By Khoury Williams June 16, 2022

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Miss Tammy, as Tamara is affectionately known as by her dance students, began her dance studies as a 4-year-old youth in the city of Inglewood. (Gary Kohatsu | Warrior Life)
Former "Soul Train" dancer returns to teaching as virus mandates ease
By Gary Kohatsu June 10, 2022

It’s a suffocating April morning in 2022. Ten little girls dressed in pink or black leotards sit obediently on a cement floor painted burnt-orange,...

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How COVID and Indigenous roots inspired a new business venture
By Brittany Parris June 9, 2022

Note: The following article was originally written in December 2021, during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.   The familiar melodic...

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Cookes Crating art installer Russell Chaput (L) and former El Camino College adjunct art instructor Yumi Kiyose add a glass sphere to the sculpture Friday, May 20, at El Camino College. The sculpture, created by Kiyose, was commissioned to honor former El Camino Theater Manager Les Thomas. (Elsa Rosales | The Union)
Photos that are too good not to showcase
By Editorial Board June 9, 2022

Each semester The Union student-run publication receives several photographs for many local events and incidents both on the El Camino College...

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Upcoming cafe to provide more food options on campus
By Nicholas Broadhead June 9, 2022

Students should consider community college before university
By Khallid Muhsin June 9, 2022

Community colleges provide a more accessible path to higher education than most universities because of financial aid options available, transfer agreements,...

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