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What started as a hobby became a career for El Camino College professor

By Kealoha Noguchi, Staff Writer

May 30, 2019

Filed under Features

As a 10-year-old boy, he was hooked on technology when he would play games and draw on his family's Apple IIGS computer. The computer was fairly new, only two to three years old but it was his new phenomenon. Now, standing...

The International Club provides home away from home

By Anna Podshivalova

May 29, 2019

Filed under Features

International students often get lonely upon arriving to a foreign country. The International Club of El Camino College helps them find friends and feel at home even while being thousands of miles from family. “There is a whol...

Leotards were too expensive, so she made her own

By Jaime Solis

May 29, 2019

Filed under Features

The yellow crystals glimmered as sunlight from the window ran across the table, setting the crimson leotard aglow. Bolortsetseg “Crystal” Tamsagbaatar’s eyes, squinting with intent, scan the leotard on the table as she...

Zine culture takes root at El Camino College

By Jose Tobar

May 8, 2019

Filed under Features

Some are artists, some are writers, others identify as photographers, poets, historians-even musicians or jocks, but one thing they've all got in common is their need to stretch their disciplines or interests beyond their limits in...

Academic Senate discusses changes to policy on overlapping enrollments and changing astronomy faculty qualifications

By Esteban Mendez

November 7, 2018

Filed under News

The Academic Senate met on Tuesday, Nov. 6 to review proposed changes to the current policy of how EC handles overlapping student enrollments as well as changing the qualifications to be hired in the Astronomy department. The changes p...

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