El Camino College The Union

Campus Corner: Ingredients in organic products are not always healthy

By Kariamu Cross

May 29, 2019

 Nowadays placing “organic” on anything means an automatic buy for most health-conscious consumers. I would know; I’m one of them. Growing up in a household with my mom's illness of diabetes, restricted the c...

Broken into my house, broken into my mind

By Oscar Macias

April 24, 2019

It was a normal day in January. Woke up at 7 a.m., drank my coffee and went to work. I got there, greeted my manager and started just another day.At 2 p.m., my shift ended and it was finally time for me to go home. The usual ...

EC granted permanent restraining order against student who was ‘coming to get you all,’ according to official documents

By Fernando Haro

October 19, 2018

A permanent restraining order was granted to El Camino College at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse, Friday Oct. 19, against the 43-year-old EC student who allegedly threatened EC employees, officials said. The EC employees in attendance today s...

Annual DUI fair comes in at end of October

By Esteban Mendez

October 8, 2018

The 18th Annual DUI Awareness Fair will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 31 and will be hosted by the El Camino College Police Department. The event will take place on the south side of the Student Activities Center and will be f...

Student perspectives on campus safety

By Fernando Haro

October 1, 2018

The Union interviewed students and faculty on campus to get their perspective on safety and the Monday, Sept. 10 arrest of an El Camino College student.Ernest Cranmer, 43, was arrested two days after allegedly leaving a messag...

School shootings: if you see something, say something

By juan lorenzo guttierrez

September 27, 2013

Run, hide, or fight. These are the three most important things you can do in the event of a shooting on campus, EC Police Chief Michael Trevis said. "If you hear gun shots; if you see these things, if you can run, run away...

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