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Healing from racism and violence amidst COVID-19

By Brianna Lopez

July 7, 2020

On the Friday night of April 24, El Camino College alum Mel Brian Patron became the victim of a racial-based hate crime in the city of Pasadena, CA while taking a walk with his wife.As they headed towards a crosswalk, a motorcy...

Center for the Arts cancels all scheduled 2020 performances

By Molly Cochran

June 22, 2020

As the coronavirus pandemic is projected to continue, the El Camino College Center for the Arts has decided to cancel all planned events through December 2020, according to an email from officials.Prior to now, there hadn̵...

Now is not the time to be protesting Stay-at-Home orders and closures

By Molly Cochran

June 12, 2020

With the long-lasting continuation of stay-at-home orders in California and no end in sight, protests against quarantine increase.Unfortunately, these protests are damaging to the way Americans look at the coronavirus pandemic ...

Aisja Robinson, 24, enjoys a hot drink while reviewing her different design sketches. Photo courtesy of Aisja Robinson

Design Your Path

June 8, 2020

Bob Gilewski [middle], flanked by workers Lidia Ortega [left] and Josue Aquino, poses with a large pepperoni pizza from the oven. The New York style pepperoni pizza is one of many classics on GiGi’s menu and is freshly prepared each day. Photo credit: Rachel Maldonado

Chasing the Slice

June 8, 2020

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...

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