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Officials approve $307 million spending budget for 2019-2020

By Fernando Haro

September 3, 2019

Thousands of dollars more will be allocated to several programs at El Camino College this year along with the hiring of more staff and faculty, according to the El Camino College Community District (ECCCD) final budget for 2019...

Financial academic accomplishments presented in BOT meeting

By Roseana Martinez

August 28, 2019

Financial academic accomplishments from the 2017 to 2018 school year were presented to El Camino College's Board of Trustees (BOT) on Monday, August 26. Vice President of Administrative Services, Iris Ingram, presented achievements...

Police Beat April 1 to 7

By Fernando Haro

April 14, 2019

Monday, April 1, at 7:50 a.m.A person was held at gunpoint by police officers in the South Gymnasium men's locker room after someone reported they had seen a gun. The person was searched and no weapons were found. Monday, April 1...

Let’s make life easier for ride-share drivers

By Devyn Smith

March 27, 2019

Before I got my license, I commuted to El Camino College by using Uber. Talking is one of my pastimes, so I would usually make conversation with the driver. The first topic of conversation was usually about EC, and I noticed th...

Police Beat March 18 to 24

By Fernando Haro

March 26, 2019

Monday, March 18, at 7:21 p.m. A student experiencing abdominal pain on the third floor of the Math Business Allied Health Building was transported to a hospital. Tuesday, March 19, at 5:11 a.m. Security cameras captured an individ...

VP of Administrative Services resigns

By Fernando Haro

February 20, 2019

Construction at El Camino College will continue for the next few years but one of the main leaders behind the renovation efforts will not be there to see the finished product. Vice President of Administrative Services Brian Fahnestoc...

Campus Viewpoints: Construction on campus

By Samuel Hill

September 20, 2017

"The Union" went out on the El Camino campus and asked some students and staff about how they feel about the ongoing campus construction and how it affects them.Aiko Waters, 19, business management major: "I don't like it because it aff...

Southside of Lot F parking lot will close for construction and retrofitting

By Phil Sidavong

September 24, 2016

Construction for earthquake retrofitting will close 521 spaces in the Lot F parking lot beginning Monday, Oct. 3, according to Facilities.The upper level south of the ramp on the Redondo Beach Boulevard side of Lot F will be c...

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