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Graduation student speaker applications due by April 1

By Selvin Rodas

March 1, 2016

Students who are graduating this year, and want to be the Student Speaker at graduation must submit their application and a speech to the Student Development Office on Friday, April 1 at 1 p.m., according to the flier. The auditions will ...

Global-performing soprano and pianist to play at Marsee

By Grant Hermanns

March 1, 2016

Powerful and rich harmonies will come together in the Marsee Auditorium when "La Favorita: A Musical Journey" comes to campus with mezzo-soprano Jill Grove and pianist Victoria Kirsch on March 9, according to the Center for th...

‘Princess Diaries’ actress speaks out at EC against sexual assault

By Alba Mejia

February 26, 2016

Kimleigh Smith was a normal 17-year-old college student when the worst imaginable thing happened to her.She was a cheerleader for the football team and the players invited her to a party where she was gang raped. Smith spoke at El Cami...

Old readings tied to modern racism at African-American Read-In

By Selvin Rodas

February 25, 2016

Beyonce’s Super Bowl performance is an example that there are still race problems among African Americans, a Project Success counselor said on Tuesday during his reading of an excerpt from “Race Matters,” wr...

Urban landscape inspires EC professor’s LAX work

By Grant Hermanns

February 24, 2016

Art work from El Camino students and staff has been showcased in galleries outside of the campus.But there's one location where a couple of professors have been lucky enough to show their artwork: Los Angeles International Airport (...

Primitive human sexuality studies discussed in Anthropology Day lecture

By Tayler Dahm

February 22, 2016

USC professor Nancy Lutkehaus came to El Camino on Thursday and informed students and faculty on the work and contributions made to society by the former anthropologist Margaret Mead.This was the first time that professor Lutkehaus...

Racism in Hollywood discussed by panel at EC for Black History Month

By Selvin Rodas and Lauren Liddle

February 19, 2016

Students gathered to listen to four members of a panel talk about African-Americans in Hollywood in the East Dining Room on Tuesday, Feb. 16 as part of El Camino's Black History Month celebration.EC history professor Daniel Walker s...

Grammy-nominated quartet to perform at EC

By Selvin Rodas

February 19, 2016

The Los Angeles Percussion Quartet (LAPQ) will perform in the Marsee Auditorium on March 4 at 8 p.m. In 2013, the LAPQ was nominated at the Grammys for multiple categories for their first album, including Best Chamber Music/Sma...

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