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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Cloud environment comes to LACCD, ELAC

By Sergio Berrueta   The Los Angeles Community College District and College Information Systems released new email account for students and faculty with “cloud” based services for more effective communication last month on February 4th. With the new accounts, standard email services will still remain with 10 gigabytes of storage and 20 megabytes limit for attachment of files. Along with these features, students and faculty will gain access to Microsoft…

March 6, 2013
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Scholars should not use Google for research

By Edward Singleton In an age where information is instantaneous, thanks to Google and other search engines, students need to develop better research habits to ensure the information they share is accurate. The problem is, students enter a search on Google and usually fall for the top search results. This practice leads to biased, inaccurate or outdated information being shared. Whether a company paid more to have its information ranked…

May 30, 2012
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