El Camino College Union

Lessons learned throughout my journey at El Camino College

By Tanya Silerio

May 31, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Columns

One of my biggest problems I would say I have is taking my own advice. I have suffered the consequences because of this, but I’ve been told I’m good at giving it them out. I would say I have learned and grown from ...

Why I’m staying at El Camino despite initially not wanting to

By Samuel Hill

May 31, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Columns

At the beginning of the semester, I had my mind made up: I am going to transfer out from El Camino College to a four-year university. Thanks to family and friends encouraging me to move on to “better places” I was mentally ...

America has more to worry about than building a wall

By Tanya Silerio

May 16, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Columns

Many words have been used to describe the Trump presidency, both good and bad.In fact, if I'm honest, I have no kind words to say about his presidency. Now it's not like I woke up one day and just decided to hate him.It started wh...

Community Corner: How does the ASB sticker price increase affect you?

May 16, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Columns

My name is Alex Ostrega and I’m the director of finance for Associated Students Organization (ASO). As some of you may know or are just finding out, our Auxiliary Services Board (ASB) sticker is increasing by 50% next ye...

Community Corner: Rent hikes make it difficult for students to continue with their education

May 16, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Columns

A month or two ago, I came home to a wooden post outside my house advertising its sale. “Call for inquiries.” I had a lot of those. Would we have to move? Where? Can we afford any other place? As the days and weeks...

Letter to the Editor: a series of letters in response to “Hungry for more food options”

April 24, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Dear Editor,I read your article big dog about the slim food choices that students have here on campus. I got one suggestion. Instead of getting any other food truck why not get a taco truck. You know, the ones you see in Inglew...

How I fell in love with fitness

By Kailiokalani Davison

April 24, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Columns

I remember the exact moment I fell in love with fitness. I was only 13, adjusting to the 8th grade and going through puberty. I told myself, "I will lose this weight before I go to high school."I refused to be the chunky girl ...

Letter to the Editor: A response to “Mistakes threaten Snapchat reputation”

April 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Dear editor:It’s been said in [The Union] that “Snapchat is dying and has pushed most of its faithful users to Instagram.”(“Mistakes threaten Snapchat reputation” by Kaili Davison, The Union, March 22,...

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