Shelter projects demonstrate survivor skills

By Diego Linares An ELAC Design 102 class of approximately 25 students took place last Friday afternoon to present their solution to the problem with the, “Emergency Shelter,” project professor Alexis Navarro assigned. The project stresses the familiarity students must have with the materials they are appointed and the awareness and reaction to conditions. The students were told to make a portable single-person structure meant to survive such conditions made…

March 19, 2014

Water Polo program returns after 14 years

By Diego Linares and Tadzio Garcia   The East Los Angeles College swimming pool, said to be one of the fastest swim pool in the nation, will add yet more events next year. It will be home to the newly formed ELAC women’s water polo team. Water polo competition returns to ELAC after 14 years. The 1998-1999 season was the last year the ELAC pool hosted water polo events. “You can’t…

May 22, 2013

Track and field impressive against four-year universities

  By Diego Linares & Tadzio Garcia     The Huskies continued competing against four-year universities for the third consecutive week at the 70th Annual Pasadena Games last weekend at Pasadena City College. Fifteen records were broken at the meet by university, college and high school athletes as well as over a dozen Husky personal records. The Huskies competed well in a slew of diverse events that pinned the track…

March 26, 2013

Huskies men’s basketball move on to Sweet Sixteen

By Diego Linares & Gabrielle Osei   The No. ninth seeded men’s basketball team won its first ever playoff game over Mira Costa College, 76-62, last Friday advancing to the Sweet Sixteen, the Southern California Regional semifinals tonight. Advancing to the next round, the Huskies, 21-7 overall, will travel south to face SoCal’s No. 1 seed, Saddleback College tonight at 7 p.m. in Mission Viejo. The game was a defensive…

March 6, 2013