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Police Beat

By Jacqueline Barela and Jacqueline Barela

March 17, 2004

Filed under News

Stolen, then stripped A student returned to the upper level parking structure in Lot L and found his vehicle missing Wednesday. It was found stripped later that night in an area known as Hidden Hills. Swindled by student ...

Gas price fluctuation plagues wallets

By Cristian Vasquez & Noraly Hernandez

March 10, 2004

Filed under News

Driving past the local gas station it becomes evident that gasoline prices are once again on the rise. Nevertheless, the nation's insatiable thirst for oil leaves few options for EC students who must endure the price fluctuations...

Alumna gathers to celebrate Leuzinger history

By Wendalyn Lazarte

March 10, 2004

Filed under News

Everybody would like to know where EC's roots are. To find the roots of El Camino, students don't have to look very far; the first classes at EC were at a high school between Hawthorne and Prairie Avenue, called Leuzinger. EC...

Rally causes awareness

By Ologa Thompson

March 10, 2004

Filed under News

To protest tuition fee increases, a rally took place Tuesday to invite students to join the Associated Students Organization (ASO) as it marches to Sacramento Monday to take a stand for all community colleges. The march in Sacramento,...

Clubs open to members

By Anna Mavromati

March 10, 2004

Filed under News

Club rush week is over, but the opportunity for students to join clubs is not. There are many different clubs available on campus and students still have the chance to get involved. Diana Zahir, president of the Inter Club Council...

Forensics defeats most, takes home first place

By Evan Ortega

March 10, 2004

Filed under News

After fierce competition with Cerritos, South Orange County and Point Loma Nazarene University, forensics team's first-year members Rick Perez and Daisy Kim earned first place honors at the Spring Championship in Pasadena. With...

Newsline

By Eva Allen

March 10, 2004

Filed under News, Newsline

Transfer to Loyola Students with plans to transfer may take the Loyola Marymount tour tomorrow departing at 7 a.m. and returning at 5 p.m. A $5 deposit will be required at time of signing. Space is lim...

Props pass. but budget remains

By Ronda Ayers

March 3, 2004

Filed under News

Money talks; it spoke loud and clear at Tuesday's California primary elections when Propositions 57, 58 and 55 all passed. The proposition that will effect EC the most is Proposition 55, which is a $12.3 billion bond issue that...

Grocery store conflict comes to end

By Geoff Nielsen

March 3, 2004

Filed under News

Southern California grocery workers voted overwhelmingly last week to approve a new contract agreement with supermarket owners, putting an end to a lockout that left both shoppers and workers frustrated and cost the supermarket...

Forensics start strong

By Martha Ramirez

March 3, 2004

Filed under News

Members of the forensics team went up against Cerritos Community College (CCC) and Point Loma Nazarene University (PLNU) over the winter break and continued the ir winning streak. At Cerritos, the team participated in the Taborvenitsky...

ASO to fill seats

By Ologa Thompson

March 3, 2004

Filed under News

Due to transfer, ineligibility and a heavy workload, some members have left the Associated Students Organization (ASO), leaving six senate, three executive and two judicial offices vacant. With so many positions to be filled,...

Newsline

By Marna Beilby

March 3, 2004

Filed under News, Newsline

Aid deadline is here Financial aid is available to assist students with the high cost of tuition. Tuition waivers can give public assistance to students and are available at the Financial Aid office. However, studen...

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