Battle royale explodes into ‘Call of Duty’ beta

By Andrew Ayala “Call of Duty” released its newest playlist titled “Blackout,” in a beta last week for players who pre ordered the next iteration of their franchise. A beta is when developers release a game to players, that way they can get some criticism from the people who are actually going to play the game. A playlist is any featured game type that players may choose. After the recent…

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GRID Alternatives provides solar services

By Alex Avila GRID Alternatives is a nonprofit organization dedicated to working with people and the environment thorugh solar panel work. Their goal is to supply lowprofit families with free solar panel installation, helping them save money from the cost of energy. GRID was founded in 2001 by Erica Mackie and Tim Sears. Their plan is simply to provide free energy from the sun to everyone. GRID has become the…

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Game Club wants students to join

By Miguel Dominguez The East Los Angeles College game club is a place where gamers go to unite and play different types of games. “The game club is a welcoming and safe club to students who enjoy playing games” says Michael Nitzani. Nitzani is the advisor of the club and has been a member since 2017. Nitzani likes to meet new members of the club and listen to their backgrounds…

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‘Iron Fist’ knows kung fu now

By Gustavo Buenrostro With improved fight scenes and a focused story, “Iron Fist” season two is a huge step up from the previous season and shows potential to stand on its own. “Iron Fist” season two picks up after the events of “The Defenders” where Danny Rand, played by Finn Jones, as the Iron Fist is fulfilling a promise he made to protect New York City. But Danny’s decision to…

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ELAC Budget Committee aims to fix school funding

By Miguel Barrigan  The Budget Committee discussed their goal of preparing for the implementation of the new funding formula on Monday. The new formula is the way the state will decide how to fund colleges and their respective districts. It will be based on a point system split in three categories according to: current students enrolled, number of students receiving financial aid, and how well students are performing. Alan Khuu,…

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Men’s soccer snatches win from Glendale on late goal

By Jerry Flores  A goal scored at minute 85 from East Los Angeles College freshmen forward Andres Aceves allowed the Huskies to win 2-1 on Friday against Glendale College. The goal came from a play  by ELAC freshman midfielder Alexis Arroyo who dribbled the ball as he sprinted through the left wing. Arroyo passed the ball to Husky freshman forward Denilson Rivera, who controlled it at the center of the…

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Football crushes Compton in record-breaking win

    By Diego Linares East Los Angeles College overpowered the opposing Compton College football team in a 55-0 win on Saturday. The football team opened the first quarter with 31 points and continued their dominance on the ground throughout the game. The rushing attack garnered 234 yards on 33 carries, averaging 7.1 yards a carry. Running Backs Armando Velasco, David Allen and Tony Toledo combined for 187 yards on…

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‘Cine Sin Fronteras’ showcases Latin-American short-films

By Juan Calvillo  The “Cine Sin Fronteras” short-film festival at the Vincent Price Art Museum featured experimental filmography and opened dialogue with the local community Saturday. The Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles held the event in hopes of bringing the cinematic arts of Latino-America to a community filled with the very people whose countries the art was created in. “The museum strives to be a place that presents exciting…

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