‘Antman and the Wasp” charming summer flick

By Juan Calvillo “Ant-man and the Wasp” brings action and laughs that are now associated with the Marvel cinematic universe but adds huge amounts of heart. The story is as much about what huge action sequence is next as it is about what human moment the characters will have with each other. “Ant-man and the Wasp” is the continuing story of Scott Lang, played perfectly by the capable Paul Rudd….

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‘Hotel Artemis’ focuses on characters

By Juan Calvillo “Hotel Artemis” weaves together action movie tropes with amazing character development to produce an intense character focused title in a summer of big budget movies. Director and writer Drew Pearce wrote a science fiction movie with “Hotel Artemis” that will make the audience sit in their seat until the credits roll. “Hotel Artemis” stars Jodie Foster as the Nurse, the proprietor of the hotel and nurse to…

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ASU meeting discusses ways to help students in need

By Michael Dominguez The Associated Student Union held an open meeting with various amount of topics about creating a food pantry for students that are need of food. Along with free textbooks for students accessible online for free. Along with Amsterdam Paris Student Abroad program being suspended for a moment after going over budget. The Amsterdam Paris Student Abroad program welcome their new members to the program with a welcoming…

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Study abroud club will travel to Italy

By Susan Lorenzana The Study Abroad club aims to study the politics of freedom, of assembly, self governance, liberty and democracy. They also aim to study human rights, freedom of religion, self-expression, women’s liberation, and LGBT awareness. Students explore the challenges of human trade, body trafficking, sexploitation and the administration of justice from global and international perspectives. During the trip, the club discussed human rights issues during tours to places…

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Academic Senate concern grows over Chancellor Oakley

By Julio Sanchez Although several notions and resolutions were approved on Tuesday’s senate meeting, the impact over the lack of consultation from the California Community State Chancellor was the most discussed topic. Academic senates throughout the states are growing concerns over how the state initiatives are being implemented and are also seeing California Community State Chancellor Eloy Oakley fail to fulfill the California Community College mission. Eloy Ortiz Oakley was…

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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ can never be a game

By Alejandro Ambriz 2018 is proving to be a year where Marvel tests the limits of their whole Avengers experiment as a media brand. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has developed into truly a wonderful thing. The Initial release of Iron Man sparked a decade and more of blockbuster movies that are all the rage. Along with Avengers: Infinity War bringing together all the disparate parts of the Marvel Cinematic Universe…

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The Janitor’s Closet

By Matthew Johnson The work that’s done by the custodian’s is a thankless job and its very rare that someone acknowledges a Custodian’s hard work. Typically, you only hear about a janitor when something goes wrong like a terrible food mess, trash overflowing everywhere or paper towels out of stock. Daeshawn Sandford is the Lead Custodian of the custodians of ELAC and he gave us some insight on the life…

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“13 Reasons Why” brings second controversial season

By Melody Ortiz “13 Reasons Why” returned with a second season that rivals its first in more ways than one. The Netflix original had already faced backlash from people claiming the show “glamorized suicide” in season 1. However, the series got enough praise from its viewers to merit another season. The show’s first season is based on a novel by Jay Asher about Hannah Baker, played by Katherine Langford, who…

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Panel gives students advice in nursing

By Cristal Gomez “Walking the red carpet” to a successful nursing career with star guest Taquita Love brought nurses in the field giving advice to future nurses.   “The Nursing Pub” founded by Mona Clayton brought together the event with the help of the director of community engagement, John King. Bringing colleges and programs the nursing students may apply for experience and expand their knowledge. One of the programs is…

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Dragon Ball Super ends on a high note

By Julio Sanchez Dragon Ball Super ended the series after five seasons within the last three years with a series finale that was nothing short of being too good. Since the series started with the introduction of the God of Destruction Beerus and his quest of finding someone worth fighting, the lives of Goku and his friends were once again in danger only now by a threat in the form…

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