El Camino College Union

Four-year schools aren’t always the way to go

By Rosemary Montalvo

April 16, 2019

Filed under Opinion, Columns

Attending a community college never seriously crossed my mind while I was in high school.I attended a high school that drilled going to college into our brain since day 1 of freshman year.There was always this negative stigma ...

Worried is an Understatement

By Omar Rashad

February 25, 2019

Filed under Opinion, Columns

Just 11 days into the new year, my Twitter timeline was flooded with Bay Area journalists’ tweets—only this time it wasn’t because of lauded reporting or the announcement of a promotion. The East Bay Express, ...

Athletics, journalism, forensics, fine arts budget uncertain

By Justin Bell

December 6, 2018

Filed under News

A proposal to completely shift the revenue created from El Camino's student activity fee from the Auxiliary Services Board (ASB) to the Associated Students Organization (ASO) was introduced at the College Council meeting Monday, De...

Students react to potential disasters and how prepared they are

By Estrella Ramos

September 13, 2016

Filed under News

Recently, a tropical storm called Hermine has caused a lot of damage to New York, New Jersey, Maine and Florida.People go about their lives, not stopping to think of these situations, but natural disasters can happen without a...

JACC awards ceremony

By Jessica Martinez

April 12, 2015

Filed under Features

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Phi Beta Gamma – The Journalism Club

By juan lorenzo guttierrez

September 16, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Thomas Schmit , 23, journalism major, is the editor editor-in-chief invites to all students to try new things to know more about themself and find new experiences and then they will find what they really love. How does one becom...

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