• Women veterans establish support network at ELAC
  • Life of James Baldwin commemorated
  • Baseball averts loss with final play
  • Panel offers insight to 2016 election
  • Former counselor remembered

Business adminstration to host open house

By Gustavo Buenrostro The Business Adminstration Department will be hosting their first open house on March 24 at G3 Foyer from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. “We are putting it together for the benefit of the East Los Angeles College students. We want them to know there are classes they can take while they are at ELAC to start their own business,” assistant accounting professor Jennifer Alvarado said. The purpose…

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Third annual animation day at ELAC

By Gustavo Buenrostro The East Los Angeles College Animation Program will present this year’s Southeast European Animation Day in the Music Recital Hall on Saturday. This will be the third year that East Los Angeles College partners up with Cinema Without Borders to present the Animation day. They will also be partnering up with the Southeast European Film Festival. The films that will be shown are all animated short films,…

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Life of James Baldwin commemorated

By Megan G. Razzetti  What was expected to educate and enlighten through creativity, “Bearing Witness to James Baldwin” fell short of its goal last Friday. The East Los Angeles College Black History Project’s 5th annual production, directed by ELAC Associate Dance professor Wanda Lee Evans, consisted of its usual performers in the dance company JazzAntiqua, choreographed by Pat Taylor, and collaborated with actor and author Charles Reese. The event was…

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Consistency brings followers to Instagramers

By Jordan Elias To become a successful Instagramer, a user must be consistent and dedicate time to the media outlet. An Instagramer is a person who dedicates their time to posting pictures and videos on a daily basis. Jessica Jalife, who has a bachelor’s in communication, and is a television producer, and Social Media Producer, said that nothing is easy, it is difficult to have a lot of followers but…

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Deep, dark fears awaken in ‘Metamorphosis’

By Francisco Portillo The first play of the semester, “Metamorphosis,” takes a look into one of humanity’s deepest fears: being discriminated upon based on physical differences. White drapery is placed all around the stage, giving the audience the sense that they’re watching a play taking place in a cocoon. The play is located in P2-205 and the audience is right in front of the action with the actors on the…

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Disney transforms classic animated story into live action film

By Christopher Reynoso Disney’s live action adaptation of the classic story “Beauty and the Beast” lived up to the hype surrounding it on its release Friday. As one of Disney’s long-time animated favorites, there was quite a bit to live up to for this modern day remake. While being an overall good film, there is no real reason to compare it to the classic. It is a thing all its…

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Real Estate returns with solid indie tracks after four years

By Felipe Rodriquez It’s been four years since Real Estate has released a new record and although the band has seen a new lineup, former guitarist Matt Mondanile’s absence demonstrates an unfillable void with its new sound. Real Estate’s new record “In Mind,” is a solid return from the band’s long break from songwriting. Following the release of their last album, “Atlas.” Its dreamy riffs and and catchy hooks made…

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Drake gives fans ‘More Life’ with new album

By Tiana Hunter ‘More Life’ is the sixth solo album from triple platinum artist Aubrey Graham, better known as Drake. The long awaited album was finally released March 18 after many push back dates. Back in October he alluded to dropping another album which many people thought would be released on his birthday, October 24. After much speculation, Drake published a video on his instagram giving fans a release date….

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Softball returns to winning games

By Noe Ortega Softball is on a two-game winning streak after defeating Chaffey College and Los Angeles Valley College 7-3 and 4-1 on Thursday and Friday, while yesterday’s game was cancelled due to rain. The Huskies won their first conference game in South Coast Conference-North play against Chaffey on Thursday, making them 1-2 in the conference. “I’m really proud of the team. We bounced back after a couple tough games,…

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Baseball averts loss with final play

By Tiana Hunter and Dan Gudino Baseball bounced back with a walk-off win at home yesterday over Rio Hondo College, 6-5. El Camino defeated the Huskies 11-3 and 5-0 on Thursday and Saturday. In the bottom of the ninth with the bases loaded, sophomore right fielder Kyle Francis reached for a pitch outside the strike zone and hit a sacrifice fly ball to right field, scoring sophomore center fielder Morgan…

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