El Camino College Union

Students share their ways of de-stressing

By Oscar Macias

May 8, 2019

Filed under Opinion, Campus Insight

With finals week being right around the corner, The Union set out to ask students on ways they de-stress from school work. Abril Medina 19, child development major"I usually like to read books when I start getting stressed out. The genre o...

ECC Concert Band to perform at Marsee Auditorium at May

By Anna Podshivalova

April 24, 2019

Filed under Arts, Previews

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...

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

By Jose Tobar

February 27, 2019

Filed under Arts

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...

“In the Heights” musical will make its debut at EC this March

By Omar Rashad

February 19, 2019

Filed under Arts

A musical focused on the dynamics of community, struggle, romance and friendship in New York's ethnically diverse Washington Heights will be presented by the El Camino College Theatre Department at the EC Campus Theatre in Ma...

Hispanic Heritage Month event ‘Music for Puerto Rico’ coming to Campus Theatre

By Giselle Morales

October 10, 2018

Filed under Arts

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, El Camino College will be presenting the 'Music for Puerto Rico' event which will be hosted by Spanish Professor, Alicia Class, in the Campus Theatre, Oct. 16 from 2:30-3:30 p.m.This event wil...

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