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ECC women’s soccer falls 3-0 to Fullerton College

By Matthew Sandoval

September 10, 2019

The ECC women’s soccer team (0-3) drops it’s third straight game in a 3-0 loss to the Fullerton College Hornets (3-0) on Friday. The ECC Warriors’ offensive struggles continued early on in the match as they h...

Student-made films to be screened at Oscars themed festival

By Diamond Brown

May 21, 2019

Short films created by El Camino College students will be screened at the annual Scene One Film Festival that will take place from 6:30 to 10 p.m., on Friday, May 24 at the East Dining Room.The festival is hosted by the Scene On...

Comic books should be recognized as literature

By Jaime Solis

May 8, 2019

When someone thinks of the word ‘literature,’ what comes to mind is probably something like Homer’s “The Odyssey” or maybe something like “Dante’s Inferno.” It’s hard to imagine th...

Just focusing on school made me ignore opportunities

By Jun Ueda

May 8, 2019

When I first started at El Camino College during the fall of 2017, my main focus was to take the quickest route to transfer. I missed many opportunities that could've helped me grow as a person because of this.During my first ...

Sharing thoughts on comic books being literature

By Jose Tobar

April 25, 2019

Before superheroes were known on the big screen, they were first introduced through comic books. The Union asked students and staff about their thoughts on comic books being literature. Claudia Striepe, instruction librarian“Actually, yes I do. In fact, a few...

ECC Concert Band to perform at Marsee Auditorium at May

By Anna Podshivalova

April 24, 2019

The El Camino College Concert Band and Peninsula Symphonic Winds will present the program "Masterpieces Then and Now” on May 18 at 8 p.m. at the Marsee Auditorium.The ECC Concert Band’s Director, Dane Teter, noted tha...

Broken into my house, broken into my mind

By Oscar Macias

April 24, 2019

It was a normal day in January. Woke up at 7 a.m., drank my coffee and went to work. I got there, greeted my manager and started just another day.At 2 p.m., my shift ended and it was finally time for me to go home. The usual ...

Innovative violinist-looper Joe Kye to perform in EC’s Campus Theater

By Jose Tobar

February 27, 2019

The award winning violinist-looper and vocalist, Joe Kye, is set to perform songs from his latest album, "Migrants," interspersing personal anecdotes between songs that relate to his experience as an immigrant in the US, at El...

New coffee shop purposed for Manhattan Deli location

By Justin Bell

December 12, 2018

A re-purposing of EC Bookstore and The Manhattan was announced during the College Council meeting on Monday, Dec. 3. “We have an architect hired and working on plans for a coffee shop; indoor and outdoor seating, taking...

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