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Librarians share their favorite books in the Schauerman Library

By Jeremy Taylor

October 25, 2017

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Analu Josephides"My favorite book in the Schauerman Library is the Handbook of North American Indians because my mother is Half-Hawaiian and we identify indigenous of Hawaii. Although I am not Native American, I want educate myself on...

New vice president of student services embraces community

By Lydia Lopez

October 18, 2017

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El Camino bought in its newest faculty member Ross Miyashiro as vice president of student services on Monday, Sept. 18 as a replacement for a retiring administrator. "I love it. This is a transformational campus and we are go...

New vice president of Administrative Services brings with him a full breadth of experience

By Lydia Lopez

October 18, 2017

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Update: Oct. 19, 11:54 a.m. A correction was made to this story regarding the misspelling of Dena Maloney, which was previously spelled "Dean Maloney." Another correction was made regarding the word breadth, which was previously missp...

Chicano studies teacher bonds with students over ethnic studies and culture

By Reyna Torres

October 12, 2017

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A young Latino, who adapted into cultural study during childhood, soon acquired a profession that now carries the admiration of others around him. Xocoyotzin Herrera is a Chicano and ethnic studies professor at El Camino...

Vocal professor to perform at Campus Theatre

By Reyna Torres

September 30, 2017

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He taps his left foot and looks at his music notes on his stand while swaying his arms, conducting his students to the tune 'America.'Kevin Blickfeldt is a vocal professor for the music department at El Camino College who has b...

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