OPINION: Hand-drawn animation more creative than 3D

May 16, 2018

By Alex Avila 2D animation in film has become a rare occurrence in the western film industry. Less big-budget 2D animated movies are being produced compared to 3D animated features. once the technology came, studios didn’t hesitate to move onto new 3D animation. Disney who purchased Pixar to be their 3D animation studio has followed Pixars footprints and now focus on 3D animated movies themselves. In the 1990s, Disney films…

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OPINION: Travel allows for deeper experiences

By Roberto Diaz College students continuously give up once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to travel, they don’t want to leave the setting they’re comfortable with. Throughout college campuses there are signs posted revealing the information needed to study abroad. Students have a variety of reasons why they would study abroad, but different situations prevevnt them. Such as financial circumstances,  and students being fearful of leaving their comfort zones; the opportunity would seem very…

May 16, 2018
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OPINION: Online dating lacks commitment

May 16, 2018

By Kaleen Luu The Internet has made it easy to meet new people, but it’s come at a cost. Online dating is ruining our dating scene. Thousands of people are able to network with just a quick download of an app, or easy online sign up. There are a plethora of dating sites to choose from. From the tried and true Match.com to the simplified app Tinder. It’s no wonder…

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OPINION: Scantrons don’t measure student capabilities

By Pamela Estrada With finals at months end, East Los Angeles College should follow the, ‘no Scantron policy,’ implemented by the Mathematics Department. Every semester, Dr. Nancy Melucci begins her Statistics 1 course by walking in, setting down her materials and turning to the white board to write her name for all to see. All while she says that unlike any other class, she will not use scantrons for any…

May 16, 2018
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