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From left to right: Alexis Maria, Casey Cook, Dwayne Moore, Mattias Sjolin and Mo Cruz share a celebratory victory pose after winning against Barstow College (110-69). The Warriors, now 6-2 overall, will face off against College of the Desert on Dec. 1. (Khoury Williams | The Union)
Warriors men's basketball sets the tone against Barstow
By Brittany Parris November 24, 2022

The confidence, chemistry and camaraderie could be felt throughout the El Camino College Gym Complex on Wednesday, Nov. 23, as the El Camino Warriors glided across the court almost seamlessly in a 110-69...

Yajaira Hernandez, casts a shadow over the location where her sons remains are at Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, on Nov. 20. Two men are in custody awaiting trial charged with the murder of El Camino engineering student Juan Hernandez. (Kim McGill | The Union)
Third defendant extradited, arraigned for murder of El Camino student
By Kim McGill November 23, 2022

The third defendant accused of murdering 21-year-old El Camino College student Juan Hernandez was arraigned at Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center in Downtown Los Angeles on Monday, Nov. 21. Shortly...

A line of cars drive through Lot B of the El Camino College campus waiting to receive meals from volunteers at the annual Drive-Through Food & Turkey Giveaway on Tuesday, Nov. 22. (Ricardo Arellanes | The Union)
Traffic jams caused by Thanksgiving food giveaway
By Ricardo Arellanes November 22, 2022

A large gathering of vehicles prevented students and employees from reaching classes at El Camino College on Tuesday, Nov. 22, due to a Thanksgiving food giveaway.More than 800 cars were lined up around...

Thanksgiving meals to be given away at El Camino
By Eddy Cermeno November 21, 2022

California State Senator Steven Bradford will be visiting El Camino College to give away turkeys, pork roasts and packaged food to the community on Tuesday, Nov. 22, in honor of the upcoming Thanksgiving...

Lillian Justice, El Camino College Registrar, contributes to the painting of a monarch butterfly - the symbol of migrants throughout the Americas during the opening of the UndocuWarriors art exhibition on Oct. 24 located in Schauerman Librarys Collaboration Room. (Kim McGill | The Union)
UndocuWarriors art exhibit showcases migrant experiences
By Kim McGill November 17, 2022

Spanish major Heman Urban focused on creating a bright yellow Lamborghini at an art-making and wellness workshop. It had been renamed Carros...

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Assistant Director of the Learning Resources Center Sheryl Kunisaki holds Lone Heart Mountain by Estelle Ishigo. The book tells the story of her father-in-law Kenji Kunisaki having to go to Heart Mountain, one of the concentration camps on the West Coast during World War II. The book is on display and can be checked out at the Library. (Anthony Lipari | The Union)
‘Images: America’s concentration camps’ revisits the horror of Japanese incarceration
By Anthony Lipari November 14, 2022

Update: The headline and story content has been updated to provide additional details for clarification. A young girl stands behind barbed wire. Behind...

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Cindy Bradley talks to students during an English class in the Humanities building on Monday, Nov. 7 at El Camino College. Bradley is a ballet instructor known for discovering Misty Copeland, an award-winning ballet dancer. (Greg Fontanilla | The Union)
Coach for award-winning ballet dancer speaks to El Camino students
By Greg Fontanilla November 8, 2022

Cindy Bradley, the first coach of the award-winning ballet dancer Misty Copeland, spoke to an English 1A class at El Camino College to discuss...

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A costume rack at the Halloween Costume Sale outside the Marsee Auditorium on the first day of the two-day sale, Wednesday, Oct. 19. The costumes and clothing up for sale were all used in El Camino theater performances. (Eddy Cermeno | The Union) Photo credit: Eddy Cermeno
Halloween costume sale is a holiday treat for students and employees
By Eddy Cermeno October 26, 2022

For under 10 dollars, members of the El Camino College community could become clothed polar bears, all manner of princesses and even a business...

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Title IX is too complex, let's fix it
By Editorial Board November 17, 2022

The office of Title IX, Diversity and Inclusion works on cases dealing with sexual harassment, sexual misconduct and unlawful discrimination, yet issues...

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