El Camino College Union

Student government repeals redundant anti-slander guidelines for candidates, officials say

By Roseana Martinez

May 27, 2019

Filed under News

A document requiring El Camino College student government candidates to abide by several guidelines was repealed the week before voters take to the polls, Associated Student Organization officials (ASO) said.The "Terms of Agreem...

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...

Comic books should be recognized as literature

By Jaime Solis

May 8, 2019

Filed under Opinion, Columns

When someone thinks of the word ‘literature,’ what comes to mind is probably something like Homer’s “The Odyssey” or maybe something like “Dante’s Inferno.” It’s hard to imagine th...

Just focusing on school made me ignore opportunities

By Jun Ueda

May 8, 2019

Filed under Opinion, Columns

When I first started at El Camino College during the fall of 2017, my main focus was to take the quickest route to transfer. I missed many opportunities that could've helped me grow as a person because of this.During my first ...

Warriors baseball defeats Lancers, takes 1-0 series lead

By David Rondthaler

May 4, 2019

Filed under Sports, Baseball, Spring Sports

With the score tied at 0 in the bottom of the second inning versus Pasadena City College, the El Camino Warriors had two men on base with one out. Taishi Nakawake stepped up to the plate. He came up with a clutch hit: a hard gr...

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