El Camino College Union

Recent school shootings show need for additional safety precautions

By Samuel Hill

February 28, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Columns

Following the recent school-shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, where a former student killed 17 students and faculty, the internet has been ablaze with different arguments and opinions on how to end sc...

Campus Viewpoints: Have students been watching the 2018 Winter Olympics?

By Darren Demorst

February 22, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Campus Insight

The Union went around campus and asked students if they have been keeping up with the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.Darren Asari, 25, child development major: "I saw the downhill competition. I don't know the exact nam...

Campus Viewpoints: What are students’ plans for Valentine’s Day?

By Darren Demorst

February 15, 2018

Filed under Opinion

On a cloudy Wednesday morning, The Union explored the campus asking how students will celebrate Valentine's Day.Jenice Cruz, 20, engineering major: "I'm going to hang out with my boyfriend. He's taking me out to eat. He's going to surprise me. (Valentine's Day) is one...

Campus Viewpoints: How do students think the semester went for them?

By Faith Petrie

December 13, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Campus Insight

The Union asked students how they believe their semester went during the final week of classes. Jamie Buell, 19, sociology major: "I think it was conceptually pretty easy but just a lot of work and stuff. I understood everything but I just had to study."Nick Castillo, 19, theatre major: "I d...

Letter to the Editor: A response to “What (should) the United States do about gun control”

December 6, 2017

Filed under Opinion

To the Editor:Your article, “What (should) the United States do about gun control?” is missing a few points.First, let’s discuss the most recent shooting in Texas. Did you know that the murderer was stopped b...

A semester apart: my experience being on The Union staff

By Reyna Torres

December 6, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Columns

In spring 2017 I decided to take a full-load of classes and I just started a new job.I enrolled in anthropology, math, journalism and joined the school's newspaper The Union as a staff writer. My mentality before entering the sem...

Bicycles should remained banned on campus

By Joseph Sanker

December 6, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Up for Debate

Riding your bicycle on campus is currently banned. Good. It should stay banned. The way El Camino's campus stands right now, it is simply not designed to have a bunch of bicycles riding through it.Right now, if EC were to lift t...

Bicycles and skateboards should not be banned on campus

By Alissa Lemus

December 6, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Up for Debate

You wake up late for class, but still have to ride your bicycle to school, and you already know that you will not make it on time.You arrive to campus five minutes before class starts, and realize you will be taking even long...

Campus Viewpoints: What are students and staff thankful for this holiday season?

By Joseph Sanker

November 22, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Campus Insight

Students of El Camino shared with "The Union" what they are most thankful for this Thanksgiving holiday. Oliver Arredondo, 22, computer science major: "I'm thankful for community college in general to be honest, it starts out ...

Campus Viewpoints: How do students celebrate Thanksgiving?

By Lydia Lopez

November 22, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Campus Insight

"The Union" went around campus and interviewed students and asked them how they celebrate Thanksgiving in their household.Davodine Codd, 35, childhood development major: "We don't celebrate it at all, the way that I was grown up in my co...

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