ELAC men’s soccer extends unbeaten record in conference

By Liliana Marquez The men’s soccer team was able to extend their unbeaten record on the second half of conference play to five straight games after defeating the Compton Tartars last Friday at Weingart Stadium with a score of 5-0. ELAC’s next home game will be this Friday versus Cerritos College at 6 p.m. at Weingart Stadium. The Huskies were also able to obtain a victory last week at Pasadena City…

November 8, 2011
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Le’s painting reflects war

By Yesenia Martinez Artist Trang T. Lê’s painting “111, 978” confronts the Iraq War in a way that allows the audience to experience the sense of pleasure before that of pain. Walking into HOY Space located at the Vincent Price Art Museum, where the Los Angeles-based artist’s painting is displayed, is like walking into a large body of water. The work wraps the walls with the confusing sense of infinity that…

October 26, 2011
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Faculty learns to use evacuation device

By Joseph Recinos Evacuating disabled and injured Elans with limited mobility from an earthquake or other campus disaster was the focus of a school-wide tutorial last Thursday. The Evacu-Trac CD7, which is a rolling chair that facilitates the evacuation of disabled or injured people, was demonstrated to East Los Angeles College faculty and staff. Because of its unique design, the CD7 is as completely stable on stairs as it is on…

October 19, 2011
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ELAC men’s soccer defensive efforts draw tie

By  Liliana Marquez The men’s soccer team earned a draw after scoring a late goal on their second conference match versus L.A. Harbor last week at Weingart Stadium. With a final score of 1-1, the Huskies tied for the second time, remaining undefeated in conference play. They played to a draw in their first conference game last week at Long Beach, thanks to late goal by Danny Suarez. The Huskies were looking…

October 10, 2011
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Striker aims to go pro

By Liliana Marquez Danny Suarez started to play soccer when he was only four years old.  He never imagined that one day he would choose it as a professional career. Suarez, 20, is currently part of the East Los Angeles College men’s soccer team and his contribution has been a key factor in all the games he has participated in. This has earned him the title of top scorer for the…

October 10, 2011
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Whittier Boulevard still bleeds

By Daniella Molina  Boyle Heights native Ruben Guevara, remembered best as being the backbone to the rock ‘n’ roll music of “Ruben and the Jets” read his memories of  the East Los Angeles riots, to small crowd in the Vincent Price Museum Thursday night. Guevara is also known as Ruben Guevara “Funkhalti” the Aztec God of music. Over a five decade career, the band’s sound traveled throughout Boyle Heights and…

October 6, 2011
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Renovation enhances ELAC campus

By Augustine Ugalde As East Los Angeles College marches along into its second decade of continuous construction projects, people seem divided on the changing image of the school. The endless construction has frustrated many Elans throughout the last decade with detours, parking problems and building access, just to name three. The completion of the F7 building, near the center of campus, has allowed much freer access through campus than students…

October 6, 2011
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Elan wins cross country award

By Tadzio Garcia Johana Ceja’s outstanding individual performance placed her on the women’s all-classic team, while the men’s team finished 10th at the Golden West Central Park Classic last Saturday. Both East Los Angeles College’s cross country teams ran short in Huntington Beach due to injuries. “Missing were three of our top five runners from the women’s team and two of the top five from the men’s team. However, we…

September 28, 2011
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Student friendly vending machines

  By Rodolfo Trujillo Vending machines need to dispense more vital supplies than chips and soda, even though reporters, especially certain opinion writers, like chips and soda. Imagine this scenario. It’s 8:45 p.m. and your pen has run out of ink. What could you do if no one has an extra pen to lend to you? The local store is too far to go and come back in a reasonable amount…

September 28, 2011
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