El Camino College The Union

Police Beat Nov. 11 to Nov. 17

By Omar Rashad

November 25, 2019

Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 10:16 a.m. A fire alarm was triggered after a cardboard box caught on fire inside a car due to a welding spark at the Center for Applied Technology Building. Campus police extinguished the fire. Wednesday,...

Campus Viewpoints: Should faculty be armed with guns?

By Darren Demorst

March 20, 2018

Since the Parkland, Florida school shooting took place on Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018, students and teachers across the nation are concerned with ways to keep campuses safe. Some say school employees should carry guns. The Union...

Restricted but not taken away

By Samuel Hill

November 8, 2017

Due to the recent events of the Sutherland Springs shooting, Americans are again bumping heads with their own arguments of why or why not guns in the United States should be banned.According to an article in the Los Angeles T...

The United States needs to ban guns entirely

By Dmitri Hansen

November 8, 2017

At what point will a mass shooting be so devastating that the United States will actually do something about gun control? Many believed it would be when children became the victims of a shooting. Then, 20 children were murdered at...

Campus Viewpoints: Las Vegas shooting

By Samuel Hill

October 5, 2017

The Union newspaper went onto the El Camino College campus and asked students to voice their opinions on the massacre that occurred on Sunday, Oct. 1 in Las Vegas and how they believe similar incidents can be avoided. Chris Cruz, 2...

School shooting in Spokane shows that faculty should receive more preventative training

By Joseph Sanker

September 22, 2017

If the United States seeks to lose its position as the country with more mass shootings than anywhere else in the world, proper measures must be taken to prevent them, specifically in schools. Tragedies, such as the high school shoot...

The student news site of El Camino College
Gun control