• New dean appointed to South Gate campus
  • SAAVE workshops focus on promoting awareness
  • Construction required after weather damages water tank
  • Bill offers homeless students campus parking lot to sleep
  • UndocuHuskies to host posada Thursday

Le’s painting reflects war

By Yesenia Martinez Artist Trang T. Lê’s painting “111, 978” confronts the Iraq War in a way that allows the audience to experience the sense of pleasure before that of pain. Walking into HOY Space located at the Vincent Price Art Museum, where the Los Angeles-based artist’s painting is displayed, is like walking into a large body of water. The work wraps the walls with the confusing sense of infinity that…

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Student sells shirts, sheds light on cancer

By Yesenia Martinez Grey Lizarraga got the idea of making shirts and donating half of his profits to the Breast Cancer Awareness Association by just looking at his keychain. During one of his photo shoots, Lizarraga looked down at his “Keep-A-Breast, I Heart Boobies” lanyard and said, “Hey, next month is October. I should do something.” “That’s how it started. I wasn’t planning on it,” Lizarraga said. Nineteen-year-old Lizarraga is currently…

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Self-defense tactics get students involved

By Lourdes Espinoza As part of October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Violence Intervention Team hosted “Common Sense Self-Defense” where Marilyn Ladd taught students how to defend themselves from sexual assault. Ladd, Women’s P.E. Instructor and Violence Intervention Team member, demonstrated self-defense moves to students last Thursday in the Women’s Gym. Students were taught how they could use common self-defense tips if they are ever in an unwanted confrontation with a…

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Occupy ELAC to show student hardships

By Cristina Galvan Motivated by the Occupy movements, East Los Angeles College students plan on protesting against budget cuts in what they call Occupy ELAC this Monday. ELAC and other schools have experienced budget cuts throughout the past semesters, and tuition has increased. This semester, tuition has been raised to $36 per unit from the $26 per unit of last semester. It is expected to be raised even more. Besides paying for…

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Former Husky star goes to NFL

By J.C. Casarez For Antoine “Shaky” Smithson, life in the NFL is just beginning. His journey to the professional level is something that began long before his days at the University of Utah, where he majored in Sociology. The 24-year-old Smithson signed with the Green Bay Packers this year as an undrafted free agent. Smithson attended East Los Angeles College for his freshman and sophomore years before transferring. He spent the next two…

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MEChA rocks, raises funds

By Isaac Tovar MEChA welcomed independent music and revolutionary minds for their “Day of the Indigenous” concert on Saturday night at the auditorium foyer. The event raised $700 to establish a scholarship fund for AB 540 students. The audience was entertained by culture driven music, ranging from blues-like-reggae songs telling the stories of a struggling culture in English and Nahuatl, to hard edged hip-hop with revolutionary undertones, to more fast paced…

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Soccer wins third straight

By Liliana Marquez The men’s soccer team achieved their third consecutive victory in conference after defeating El Camino College last Friday at Weingart Stadium 3-0. The Huskies also defeated Compton College as visitors last week with goals by Kevin Gomez, Galo Moreno, Giovanni Reyes, and Adolfo Larios. The first half against El Camino was difficult for the Huskies. ELAC had a lot of chances to score early, but the team had trouble. Losing…

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Women’s soccer completes sweep

By Liliana Marquez The Women’s soccer team defeated the Warriors from El Camino College last Friday at Weingart Stadium by a final score of 3-1. This was their sixth game, and fifth consecutive victory in the South Coast conference. The Huskies also faced and defeated Compton College last week at Compton 2-0. The game kicked off with the Huskies dominating the match. Jessica Guzman scored two goals in less than 20 minutes. During…

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