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Transferring amidst a pandemic

By Jorian Palos

May 20, 2020

When I received the email from Loyola Marymount University stating my acceptance to the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts for the fall semester of 2020, there was no doubt in my mind it was the university I was transferring to...

Campus Viewpoints: What are you hoping for this election cycle?

By Stephanie Choi

March 8, 2020

With the recent presidential primary election results, The Union asked El Camino College students on campus about the changes they hope to see in the country.Miguel Gonsalez, 21, Anthropology "Unity. It sounds cliché, but we are too divide...

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A place of belonging

March 3, 2020

Campus Corner: Ingredients in organic products are not always healthy

By Kariamu Cross

May 29, 2019

 Nowadays placing “organic” on anything means an automatic buy for most health-conscious consumers. I would know; I’m one of them. Growing up in a household with my mom's illness of diabetes, restricted the c...

Student’s academic journey leads to success

By Melanie Chacon

May 29, 2019

I remember driving into the parking lot the first day of the fall semester at California State University, Fullerton in August of 2004. It was a warm day and I had the windows down in my 2003 white Chevy S-10 Xtreme. Three Ch...

Student government repeals redundant anti-slander guidelines for candidates, officials say

By Roseana Martinez

May 27, 2019

A document requiring El Camino College student government candidates to abide by several guidelines was repealed the week before voters take to the polls, Associated Student Organization officials (ASO) said.The "Terms of Agreem...

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