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EC President to retire at the end of 2020-21 school year

By Molly Cochran

July 24, 2020

Dena Maloney, the first female President of El Camino College, will retire at the end of the upcoming 2020-21 academic year after four years in office.The first official announcement was made during the July 20 Board of Truste...

Fall community college sports will not begin until February, says CCCAA

By Molly Cochran

July 16, 2020

The California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) has approved a contingency plan for the fall 2020 season that will move all fall sports to the spring 2021 season. As controversy spreads about professional sports an...

Center for the Arts cancels all scheduled 2020 performances

By Molly Cochran

June 22, 2020

As the coronavirus pandemic is projected to continue, the El Camino College Center for the Arts has decided to cancel all planned events through December 2020, according to an email from officials.Prior to now, there hadn̵...

Online student art show continues despite remote campus and online learning

By Jorian Palos

June 9, 2020

The El Camino College Art Gallery presents works from students in the online, 2020 Student Arts Show starting May 18.The decision to hold the art gallery show online was prompted by the COVID-19 lockdown on campus, Art Gallery Director, Susanna Meiers sa...

Students find solace in the world of video games

By Daniel Pineda

May 30, 2020

Many El Camino College students are still under quarantine as the semester slowly comes to an end. As ECC is also planning to have the fall 2020 semester partially online, students have been finding various ways to pass time until sc...

Virtual Pride week to offer game night, LGBTQIA+ resources

By Fernando Haro

May 30, 2020

Party games, guest speakers and Netflix movies will be offered through virtual pride week at El Camino College from Monday, June 1 to Friday, June 5. Hosted by The Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA), together with the Safe Zone Proj...

Officials to refund 50% of student parking permit fee

By Fernando Haro

May 28, 2020

Students are being refunded 50% of the El Camino College parking permit fee with checks to be mailed no later than Wednesday, June 3, according to an email by ECC's Office of Marketing and Communications.The parking permit, w...

How to make a difference in your community during a pandemic

By Logan Tahlier

May 26, 2020

The coronavirus is impacting the El Camino College community in many ways; so here are a few ways to get involved or make a difference in your community for those who wish to volunteer or help those in need.1. Support and Feed: ...

COVID-19 pandemic could lead to abnormal sleep cycles and dreaming

By Daniel Pineda

May 26, 2020

Over two months ago, El Camino College decided to close its campus and transition most courses into online instruction.As expected, the change from in-class to online teaching has left a major impact on the education of many E...

Campus police ‘adjust the way of doing things’ during campus shutdown

By Fernando Haro

May 20, 2020

The El Camino College Police Department continues to work on campus 24/7 to provide the community with support following the closure of the campus and the statewide stay-at-home order, officials said. "We've been good, lucky,"...

FBI warns against COVID-19 phishing scams

By Fernando Haro

May 12, 2020

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is warning individuals to be aware of COVID-19 as criminals are taking advantage of people in need of financial assistance, according to an email by El Camino College's Office of Marketing an...

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