Club Rush Week attracts students with music and games

September 20, 2018

By Melody Ortiz Students were greeted by music, games, and a lot of information from more than 20 clubs during  Club Rush at the main quad on Tuesday. The event encouraged students to become more involved and active on campus and ran from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. One of the clubs present was the Photo Club. Member Laura Martinez said the club is open to those who would like…

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Video game developers confuse innovation for imitation

By Jorge Vasquez Game developers are copying previously published games. Though it’s annoying for gamers, it is necessary for innovation. There are video games in development and on shelves that resemble games within the same genre, and that’s because game companies see their successes and hope to emulate them. They’ll use the same in-game assets and engine as the more popular titles, but add new mechanics so they can be…

April 25, 2018
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Pitching dominates ELAC softball

By Carlos Alvarez Due to strong pitching by Long Beach City College’s Candice Shadwell, East Los Angeles College suffered a 4-0 South Coast Conference loss this past Tuesday. Shadwell pitched a complete game shutout in front of a large crowd, mixing in her fastball and change-up pitches effectively. “I thought I did well. I was hitting my spots,” Shadwell said after the game. Starting for the Huskies was Evangelina Montes…

March 14, 2013
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