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Students share their favorite Stephen King movie adaptations

By Lydia Lopez

April 4, 2019

With the upcoming release of the film adaptation of Stephen King's novel "Pet Sematary," The Union went around campus and asked students about their favorite Stephen King adaptations.Nicholas Addo, 19, economics major"'Misery'...

Students share their thoughts on Coachella

By Oscar Macias

April 2, 2019

Coachella is a little more than a week away and The Union set out around campus and asked students whether or not they were going.Marco Marruto, 25, engineering major"No, its too much money but I wish I could. Some of my friends are ...

Students review the food on campus

September 5, 2018

The Union Staff asked El Camino College students how they feel about the food on campus. Cesar Gonzalo Cesar Gonzalo, 19, nursing major, resident of Redondo Beach said he has not eaten on campus yet but “looks good though.” “I usual...

‘Friends’ vs. ‘How I Met Your Mother’

By Jed Fernandez

March 20, 2015

Updated 2:07 p.m., March 24Since the innovation of television, there has been shows that defined a generation. The television has been one of the most used devices for household entertainment since the 1960s. Sitcoms like "I Love Luc...

#DearMe Project

March 15, 2015

Socks and sandals make their stand for both fashion statements and lifestyle choices

By Sydnie Mills and Monique Judge

March 1, 2015

Stand in front of Cafe Camino on any given day and within five minutes, you are sure to see it: sock-clad feet in Nike or Adidas sandals as fellow El Camino students makes their way to class.The sandals, also known as slides, a...

Face full of makeup before the crack of dawn isn’t what school’s about

By Patrice Moore

March 1, 2015

We talked to students to discuss the idea of having a full face of makeup for early morning classes. "If you wanna look beat that's OK," Naomi Daniels, 23, business major, said. "It's a personal preference.""I would love to have time," Dap...

“Kingsman” has lots of class and flying limbs

By Jerome Daniel Casio

February 19, 2015

There are two ways to do a spy thriller. The first is found in the more recent Bond films, starring Daniel Craig, that dispose of all the absurdity and contraptions that beleaguered its less-successful predecessors. The second is...

‘Fifty Shades’ fails to please

By Patrice Moore

February 17, 2015

The highly-anticipated erotica movie “Fifty Shades of Grey” leaves little to the imagination, yet much to be desired. E. L. James’ controversial novel shook the world years ago, becoming one of the fastest-s...

‘The Seventh Son’ is less than powerful

By Celine West

February 15, 2015

If you have a couple of hours to spare and want to look at some pretty scenery while watching warlords fight witches, you might consider seeing "The Seventh Son.""The Seventh Son" is a 2014 American epic fantasy film directed b...

Students reflect on the worst thing to happen to them the first week

By Mario Sosa

January 30, 2015

We asked students what the worst thing to happen to them was during the first week of school."Finding parking is I think the worst thing so far," Vicky Stepanenko, 20, business major, said."I'm getting evicted," Ashley Soto, 18,...

Students talk about the best thing to happen to them during the first week of school

By Celine West

January 29, 2015

We asked students what was the best thing to happen to them during the first week of the spring semester. "My human sexuality teacher is very enthusiastic. The teacher just really gets into the topic. She is willing to be open...

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