The “Call of Duty” first-person-shooter franchise switches gears and successfully heads to a new platform with the release of “Call of Duty: Mobile” as a free downloadable application.
The theme for Friday’s Global Awareness in the 21st Century conference will focus on the issue of water scarcity.
By Maria Marroquin Monroy East Los Angeles College Campus News brought home 14 awards from the Journalism Association of Community Colleges SoCal Conference held on Oct. 19 at California State University, Fullerton. Of the 14 awards Campus News staff received, the biggest were General Excellence in publication for both print and online edition. Along with workshops, the convention held awards for publication and on-the-spot entries. Publication awards were for entries…
With the NBA season starting this upcoming week, Lebron James will be entering his 18th season, second with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Volleyball dominated on Friday against Cerritos College in a final score of 3-0.
After giving up his dream of becoming a professional soccer player, Vitor Freitas, discovered new interests and opportunities in the United States which stem from his love of the sport.
East Los Angeles College soccer gained a defender that has a “joie pour le futbol”, a joy for soccer, in French player Hugo Robert. Echoing a phrase made popular by 1980 Olympic Hockey coach Herb Brooks, Robert explained his perspective in playing soccer. “I will play my game because I know it’s why I’m here,” Robert said.
“Mind Hunter” is an engrossing drama following some of the first professionals to seriously study the psychology of serial killers through the ‘70sand ‘80s.
The amorphous mass of flesh in John Carpenter’s 1982 monster-mystery film “The Thing” was a miracle of practical effects and set the standard for the industry.
Nintendo has released an addicting app based on one of their most popular games: “Mario Kart” called “Mario Kart Tour.” As much fun as it is, there are some downsides.