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Coping during quarantine

By Oscar Macias

May 28, 2020

It has been about two months since quarantine has started due to COVID-19. At first, we all thought that it was going to last about a few weeks at most. However, as it became extended, the mental health and well-being of many p...

Instructors need to work hand-in-hand with students to understand them amidst online classes

By Christian Moreno

May 2, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected not only El Camino College students but students all around the world.When it comes to the education system and how things are planned throughout the year, neither student nor instructor were prep...

Campus Viewpoints: Presidential Election

By Nohemy Barrera

November 7, 2016

"The Union" went out on campus and asked students who they were voting for in the upcoming presidential elections and why they were voting for them. Here's what some students had to say.Clarence Davis, photography and communications major: "I'm voting for Hillary Clinton...

Night classes aren’t worth the stress

By Carina Cardenas

September 20, 2016

Everyone gets busy, but having a full time job and one night class can lead to sleep deprivation, which can affect someone physically and mentally to the point that it just won't be worth it anymore.I've witnessed a family me...

Night classes can make a busy life easy

By Victor Liptzin

September 20, 2016

Throughout the years there have been many students who don't to take night classes at El Camino, which ends up getting those classes canceled for the entire semester.Some reasons might include that it's too late or you may have ...

Brock Turner wouldn’t be popular at El Camino

By Christina Lyon

September 7, 2016

Former Stanford University student and convicted sex offender Brock Turner, 21, was released early on good behavior from Santa Clara County Jail on Friday, Sept. 2, according to an article in the Los Angeles Times from Aug. 30...

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