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Fires Still Blazing

By Ronda Ayers

October 29, 2003

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As of yesterday, the raging Southern California wildfires have taken the lives of 18 people, including one firefighter. Firefighters have been working day and night to contain the wildfire inferno. Most have gone without food...

Three seats open on board of trustees

By David Scarpero

October 29, 2003

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Three EC board of trustees seats are open for election Tuesday, including that of Delmer L. Fox, who passed away last month at the age of 81. Voters will be faced with a unique choice in having the opportunity to vote for a longtime...

Forensics team wins last two debates

By Jocelyn Saddi

October 29, 2003

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First-year member Milad Hassani was nervous entering his first tournament, so nervous he was hoping to fail one of the two tournaments he was entered in so he could put more attention on the other. "He was nervous about being...

Brain trust guides bodybuilder governor

By Wendalyn Lazarte

October 29, 2003

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Editor's note: This series will focus on the recall election and how it's affecting students and our campus. In putting together his transition team, governor-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger has selected a highly experienced group ...

Newsline

By Eva Allen

October 29, 2003

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Reps on campus Students may meet with CSU Dominguez Hills representatives today at the Transfer Center. Appointments are from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and drop-ins from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cal Poly tour All students who wish to t...

ATMs on campus have new locations

By Eva Allen and Eva Allen

October 29, 2003

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After being on campus for more than 10 years, the Wells Fargo ATM machine has been replaced since July with two El Camino College Federal Credit Union machines. Investigations for new sources began after Wells Fargo Bank refused...

Program helps new teachers succeed

By John Sakata and John Sakata

October 29, 2003

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Before she became the teacher education adviser, Janet Young remembers what it was like being a student striving to become a teacher. "What I relate to the most is how lost I felt. I didn't know what to do and where to go. ...

One, two, three strikes you’re out

By Geoff Nielsen

October 15, 2003

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"Health no, we won't go" This is the battle cry of more than 70,000 Southern California grocery clerks who went on strike last Saturday after lengthy negotiations ended between union representatives and grocery store officials. No co...

MTA bus drivers strike to reclaim medical benefits

By John Sakata

October 15, 2003

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Unable to reach an agreement with transit officials, union mechanics, bus drivers and assorted other Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) workers effectively went on strike Monday at 12:01 a.m. Stalled by issues over...

‘Terminator’ wins the recall. What happens now?

By Amy Malone

October 15, 2003

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Editor's note: This series will focus on the recall election and how it's affecting students and our campus. California voters have spoken. "Recall" seemed to be the word of the evening Oct. 7, as early poll results named ...

Mental health is key for success

By Eva Allen

October 15, 2003

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Every semester the Health Center offers workshops on subjects or particular problems that might be of interest to students. Dr. Ruth Taylor and Dr. Sally Emery, psychologists from the the Health Center, presented students with...

MESA might be cut due to budget crisis

By Marissa Miller and Marissa Miller

October 15, 2003

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Due to budget cuts, the Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) program might be cut next year, leaving students with fewer scholarship opportunities and depriving them of a comfortable place to group-study. MESA encourages...

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