• UndocuHuskies to host posada Thursday
  • Sign-ups for Covered California ends this Saturday
  • SASA Club warns of third-hand smoke danger
  • Bienestar offers free opioid, HIV services
  • The Let’s Dance Company performs at ELAC’s recital hall

Horror movie offers interesting twist

  By Kien Ha “The Cabin in the Woods,” makes unexpected twists and offers a new perspective into the horror movie clichés. The film, which was directed by Joss Whedon, begins with two technicians (Richard Jenkins and Bradley Whitford) having a conversation at what appears to be an ordinary work facility. They discuss an unexplained operation that is underway, and head to make preparation. Meanwhile, packing for a road trip,…

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Big Daddy’s burgers arouses taste buds

By Brian Villalba Close to the last stop on the Gold Line are the aromas of oak wood fire grilled burgers, sausages and sandwiches.  Big Daddy’s Fire Grill lives up to its promise before you even enter the restaurant.  Within a 200 foot radius you can smell the oak wood aroma. The menu reads like a backyard barbeque menu being hosted by a celebrity chef.  Angus beef is a staple…

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1920s ‘Nosferatu’ still impresses

By David Bilbao “Nosferatu” is a known classic in the movie business, living through 90 years as an original tale of horror and fright. “Nosferatu” first premiered March 5, 1922 in Berlin, Germany. Nosferatu lived on, telling its tale elsewhere in the world throughout the decades. In the same month of its premiere, Mohanda’s Ganhndi was being imprisoned six years for disobedience by British magistrates, Babe Ruth signed on for three…

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Administration needs to fix fiscal concerns

By Brian Villalba Let there be no more pepper spray. Let there be no more explosions of anger and fear. Let us all work together and fix our fiscal problems. There have been two incidents recently of students getting pepper sprayed that were circulated on the Internet. The first video was from University of California, Davis in November, where students were sitting down peacefully protesting. A law enforcement officer used a Costco-sized pepper spray…

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Tournament encourages softball pitcher

By Dulce Carillo  It all happened at a high school softball tournament in East Los Angeles College where the softball coaches encouraged a young pitcher to try out for the team. Janessa Martinez, 19, is one of the softball team’s starting pitchers. Her coaches consider her a consistent player. When out of the field, the team looks comfortable when Martinez is up on the mound. “Work hard” is what Martinez believes doing…

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Autism should not be ignored

By Edgar Lopez As a child, I would have punched anyone who would have called my autistic brother retarded. Some people are offended with certain terms and prefer others. Retarded is clearly an offensive term, not only to the person with autism but to the families and friends of that person. “Autism Spectrum Disorder and autism are both general terms for a group of complex disorders of brain development” which…

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Faulty connection results in E7 flood

By Oliver Blanco A three and a quarter inch pipeline burst and flooded the E7 building basement, during spring break last Friday at approximately 1 p.m. While off duty, a member of the facilities department, whose name is being withheld, discovered the flood last Sunday at noon. “It was fate.  He (the Facilities Department member) had just come in on a Sunday afternoon to use the computer lab down in the…

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Soccer player receives scholarship

By Liliana Marquez Kevin Gomez never expected that soccer would give him another opportunity to start over after receiving a scholarship into Kansas Wesleyan University. Gomez was offered a full scholarship to KWU after finishing two years playing for the Huskies soccer team as a forward. Gomez, 20, was born in Bellflower and lived in Michoacan, Mexico for 13 years. While living in Mexico, he had to work and go to school…

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District clarifies smoking rules

By Vivian Ramirez Smokers at East Los Angeles College will no longer be able to light up in non-designated smoking areas, as the Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees standardized the smoking policy last week to help cite violators. The amendment of current policy results from growing pressure from students and non-smoking organizations to reduce smoking at school. Former district policy dictates that no student or employee can smoke…

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Sexual Assault Awareness Month Activities

“Until the Violence Stops” Film Screening and Discussion Monterey Park Campus. Tomorrow at 12:10-1:15 p.m. in AA-1. Facilitated by Marilyn Ladd, Women’s PE. Refreshments sponsored by ASU and Psychology Club.  Sexual Assault Awareness Training for Student Athletes Monterey Park Campus. Will take place on Friday from 9 – 10:30 a.m. in C1 gym. “Reporting Sexual Assault” Monterey Park Campus. Will take place on Tuesday April 24, 12 – 1 p.m….

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