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From left to right: El Caminos Joshua Lorick (11), Marceese Yetts (1), and Bray Weems (18) celebrate a touchdown at Featherstone Field in Torrance during the 2nd quarter in a non-conference game against San Bernardino Valley on Saturday, Sept. 24. El Camino defeated San Bernardino 52-18, and will play on the road against Fullerton on Saturday, Oct. 1 at Fullerton District Stadium at 6 p.m. (Greg Fontanilla | The Union)
Warriors dominate San Bernardino in one-sided football game
By Will Renfroe September 25, 2022

With five minutes and 38 seconds to go in the third quarter, a one-sided game favoring the El Camino Warriors was halted by an injury timeout. A San Bernardino Valley Wolverine player was carried off the...

Torrance Police Chief Jeremiah “Jay” Hart (left) and faculty librarian Linda Cooks (right) pose for a photo near the History We Stand On exhibit inside the El Camino College Library on Thursday, Sept. 22. The visit from Hart came as a surprise for many of the library staff. (Delfino Camacho | The Union)
'History We Stand On' exhibit toured by Torrance Police Chief
By Delfino Camacho September 22, 2022

Torrance Police Chief Jeremiah "Jay" Hart visited the El Camino College Library to view and tour the "History We Stand On" exhibit on Thursday, Sept. 22. After time in the United States Marine Corps...

Title IX and related resources offered at El Camino
By Eddy Cermeno September 22, 2022

Discrimination and sexual harassment resources are available and can be provided by the Director of Title IX, Diversity and Inclusion Jaynie Ishikawa's office at El Camino College according to a meeting...

A screenshot of the Drug & Alcohol Prevention Program digital publication that is sent out to all in the El Camino College community. The publication features standards of prohibited conduct, descriptions of health risks involved with abuse and a list of programs both on and off campus to help assist those in need. (Igor Colonno | The Union)
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Program pushes for less disciplinary action
By Igor Colonno September 21, 2022

In an attempt to provide resources for students and employees struggling with drug addiction instead of punishing them, El Camino College's Drug and Alcohol Abuse Program is making some changes to its...

Film producer and director, Marlin Darrah, holding copies of his film Tropical and Exotic Asia at a table with other of his films available for sale on Monday Sept. 19. (Eddy Cermeno | The Union) Photo credit: Eddy Cermeno
Discovery Film series premieres with 'Tropical and Exotic Asia'
By Eddy Cermeno September 21, 2022

Film director and producer, Marlin Darrah, screened his film “Tropical and Exotic Asia” to 125 guests at El Camino College’s Marsee Auditorium...

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A view of the student collaborative workspace inside the still unopened Social Justice Center on Wednesday, Sept 14. The collaborative workspace is a space for  students and clubs to work on flyers, posters and other projects.
(Igor Colonno | The Union)
Sneak peek: Social Justice Center opening soon
By Igor Colonno September 19, 2022

Students, regardless of race, color or religion, will have a place to discuss social issues and learn about different cultures and creeds when...

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A photograph of a flyer advertising the 2002 Discovery World Travel Adventure Series taken on Sept. 16. The flyers are readily available in the Marsee Auditorium.
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Returning film series hopes to 'reel' in audiences at El Camino
By Eddy Cermeno September 18, 2022

After a two-year break, the El Camino College Center for the Arts will host four films at the Marsee Auditorium this fall semester, as part of...

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A screenshot of the Warrior sculpture during its original unveiling taken from the El Camino College website on Sept. 18. 
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Searching for a statue, finding ideal representation
By Eddy Cermeno September 18, 2022

What began as a search for a missing statue led to finding more ideal ways to inform people about the history of the land and its original inhabitants. First...

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Editorial photograph taken Sept. 9, 2022.
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Vaccines kept my family safe, but they should not be mandated at El Camino
By Delfino Camacho September 14, 2022

Near the beginning of 2020, I was afraid that COVID-19 would kill my parents. Footage showcasing crowded emergency rooms and trucks converted into make-shift...

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