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  • Black Student Union returns from inactivity
  • Our Voices Matter event brings discrimination to light

ELAC men’s soccer rocks the conference

By Liliana Marquez The men’s soccer team achieved their fourth consecutive match undefeated on the second half of conference play as they beat the Pasadena City College Lancers last Tuesday at Robinson Stadium with a final score of 6-3. ELAC’s David Farias displayed a remarkable performance as he scored three of the six goals for the Huskies, an accomplishment that had not happened for the Huskies since 1980. Farias also…

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Huskies attack Mounties in win

By Joseph Recinos The women’s soccer team pulled off an impressive 3-0 victory against Mt. San Antonio College, Friday at Wiengart Stadium. Tensions were high from the kick off to the final whistle, between the Huskies and the Mounties.  The first attempt at goal by the Huskies came in the first 10 minutes in form of a free kick by Tabitha Valdez, which went just above the goal keep. Shortly…

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Cross country season runs course for ELAC women’s team

By Tadzio Garcia Johana Ceja and Valerie Rivas’s cross country season continues even though the team’s season ended after placing sixth at the South Coast Conference Championships last Saturday. Johana Ceja was named to the South Coast All-Conference first team after sprinting at the finish line ahead of three runners from Mt. San Antonio, LA Trade Tech and Pasadena City colleges by two, three and four seconds, respectively. Rivas, who placed…

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‘Jam’ informs Elans of deaf community

By Maria Gonzalez An eye-opener to the complexity of the deaf community, the film “Deaf Jam” immerses its audience into the world of signing and how it is used to create poetry. More than 50 people crowded the East Los Angeles College Auditorium Foyer on Thursday evening to see the  film screening of “Deaf Jam” and a performance and discussion with American Sign Language artists. PBS SoCal, East Los Angeles College’s…

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Soccer averts loss with draw

By Liliana Marquez Despite completely dominating  second half play, the men’s soccer team had to settle for a draw versus Mt. San Antonio College with a score of 1-1,last Friday at Weingart Stadium. It was the second time the Huskies and the Mounties faced each other in conference play this season. The Mounties won as home team on the first game with a final score of 1-0. This was an important…

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‘Allen’ refreshes Fox’s ‘Animation Domination’

By Erik Luna Fox’s new animated series “Allen Gregory” has brought a darker sophisticated humor to the network’s bland and repetative repertoire. “Allen Gregory,” the brainchild of Jonah Hill, Andrew Mogel and Jarrad Paul deals with a pretentious young elementary school child named Allen Gregory DeLongpre. Gregory, voiced by Hill, is forced to go to a regular elementary school with ordinary children because of the recession. His parents, Richard and his…

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Lupe’s food earns customers’ loyalty

By Lindsey Maeda Serving up an array of affordable Mexican dishes, Lupe’s #2 has built a loyal customer base that keeps locals and foreigners coming back for more. Lupe’s is located on one of East Los Angeles’ main streets, 3rd St., but it can be easily overlooked.  Its obscure location, sandwiched between two automotive shops, is probably the reason why community-goers may fail to notice it. The lot where Lupe’s is…

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ELAC professor undergoes brain surgery

By Joseph Recinos History professor Robert John Arias is recovering successfully following emergency brain surgery to remove a blood clot after experiencing a stroke while teaching a class Sept. 27. The 16-year veteran of East Los Angeles College was conducting a lecture about enlightenment when he suddenly lost his balance and bumped up against the white board. He said he was feeling “very weird” and one of his students, a nursing…

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Husky quarterback strives for greatness

By Daniella Molina Aaron Cantu sits in Weingart Stadium overlooking the football field. “I want to win here.  I want to win a conference championship,” said Cantu. The lean 6-foot, 210-pound 18-year-old, quarterback is in the process of making his dreams come true as well making history for the Huskies. The Schurr High School graduate has been making major moves before he started the 2011 Fall semester at ELAC. He ended his…

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