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Broken pipeline sends winter semester online
By Kim McGill January 2, 2022

El Camino College winter 2022 intersession classes will be held online.The cause of this transition is due to a broken pipeline, according to an announcement on Jan. 1 by the Office of Marketing and Communications.“Heating...

Seven new COVID-19 cases revealed following end of fall semester
By Nicholas Broadhead December 29, 2021

Seven new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed on the El Camino College campus, bringing the total number of cases to 87.Information regarding the seven new cases comes from four different emails from...

Hatien Nguyen, an ECC adjunct counselor and human development professor helps a student access resources at the ECC International Student Center on Friday, Nov. 5. Nguyen says its the responsibility of all students, staff and faculty to ensure that everyone at ECC is welcome on campus, protected, and able to achieve their goals despite barriers. “That’s what equity means,” Nguyen says.  Photo by Kim McGill/The Union
L.A. County has seen an increase in anti-Asian hate crimes
By Kim McGill December 28, 2021

A report by the Human Relations Commission indicates an increase in anti-Asian hate crimes in Los Angeles County over the past year. Los Angeles County Human Relations Commission released a report saying...

ECC hits 80 COVID-19 cases
By Nicholas Broadhead December 15, 2021

A new case of COVID-19 has been confirmed on the El Camino College campus, bringing the total number of cases to 80.The case was confirmed on Dec. 14, with the individual testing positive Dec. 11 and last...

Songs from the ECC community: Quarantunes edition 25
'Songs from the ECC community': Quarantunes edition 25
December 15, 2021

Since March 2021, The Union’s editorial board began creating and publishing Spotify playlists with each newsletter pertaining to different...

Christmas time is here: 'The Shop Around the Corner' shines at El Camino
By Kevin Marquez December 15, 2021

The romantic-comedy play "The Shop Around The Corner" honors the holiday spirit of Christmas through its creative set design and artistic storytelling...

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Dalfiery Toruno, former sergeant with El Camino College Police Department, leaves Stanley Mosk Courthouse in downtown Los Angeles on Dec. 2. Toruno is a defendant in a lawsuit, John Doe vs. El Camino College District, et. al. El Camino College District found Toruno to be in “violation of District policy when he sent multiple, unwelcomed, pornographic, racist and homophobic text messages and videos” to an 18-year-old El Camino College police cadet, according to a document filed with the Los Angeles Superior Court. Photo by Kim McGill/The Union
ECC police sergeant, department and school district sued for sexual misconduct and discrimination
By Kim McGill December 14, 2021

Content warning: This article contains graphic descriptions of sexual content. Reader discretion is advised. Dalfiery Toruno, a police sergeant...

ECC could become a leader in addressing gender discrimination in the fire service
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As speeches are given during protests in Anaheim in collaboration with CSULB and the Palestinian Youth Movement (PYM), protestors wave Palestinian flags on Friday, May 21. Safia Ahmed/The Union
Finding hope in tragedy
By Safia Ahmed December 15, 2021

I grew up dreaming of a free Palestine. A once beautiful and prosperous land embroidered with date palms and the finest olives has now turned into dust. Palestine...

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