Psychology Club opens minds in South Gate

November 15, 2017

By Jorge Aldaco Upon walking into room 113 on the South Gate campus, the Psychology club was erupting in laughterfrom playing a charades game called Heads Up. Someone was holding a card on their head with a suggestive phrase while everybody else was busy trying to act out the suggestion to the person. The game was primarily played  as a team-bonding moment and because they were limited on time. The…

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Spanish Club reinforces first language

By Johanna Calderon  The Spanish Club’s purpose is to help students retain their first spoken language. Students speak the entire meeting in Spanish. It helps because when they started school, teachers required students to speak English when they came to the U.S. for the first time. Club member Fatima Alvarado Platero is from El Salvador and knew some English when she attended school in El Salvador, but she didn’t speak…

October 26, 2016
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Unchartered 350-2-SH club promotes healthy environment

By Jane Fernandez 350-2-Sustain Humanity, an unchartered club aims to not only become a part of the student’s life, but a part of the world. The club’s mission is to “bring education and awareness to people about the benefits and importance of living a sustainable life style,” as said in the club’s mission statement. “We are stressing the 350 because this represents the limit of parts per million of CO2…

September 28, 2011
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