Must-try restaurants near Goldline

Juanita’s Cafe By Ivan Cazares Don’t let the disposable plates and utensils fool you. Established in 1944, Juanita’s Cafe serves some great home-style Mexican food. Juanita’s small menu is made up primarily of combination, most of which include rice, beans and a simple salad served with Italian dressing. The beans are served with melted cheddar cheese which adds another layer of flavor. The rice is perfectly cooked, unlike at many…

May 25, 2017
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‘Alien Convenant’ adds more to sci-fi universe

May 25, 2017

By Jorge Aldaco  “Alien: Covenant,” directed by Ridley Scott, adds more to the franchise’s mythos in this thought provoking and gruesome installment to the “Aliens” franchise. The film stars Michael Fassbender, Danny McBride, Billy Crudup, and Katherine Waterston. The film takes place ten years after “Prometheus,” its predecessor from2012. The colonization ship ‘Covenant’ is damaged by a space phenomenon. It results in minor damage to the ship and the death…

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LGBT mistreatment sparks discussion

May 3, 2017

By Jorge Aldaco  Dr. Jose M. Aguilar-Hernandez spoke about the mistreatment of Dr. Jose M. Aguilar-Hernandez epidemic in “Silence Equals Death” at the E3 Ingalls Hall on Thursday. Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome Coalition to Unleash Power, an organization established in March 1987, dealt with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus crisis and its political opponents for treatment of ill patients and for research and education on the epidemic. “…the government took about five…

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Transfer fair prepares students’ educational path

By Christina Rodriguez The Transfer Center hosted “Transfer Student Success Conference and University Fair” on Saturday to prepare students for a higher education path. Each program had speakers to help guide all Elans in attendance in the direction of a higher education program suited for their personal needs, goals and wants. The First to Transfer Workshop was presented by Chely Gonzalez. In her presentation, she discussed her theory of “The…

May 3, 2017
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Architecture students exhibit biomimicry projects

April 19, 2017

By Jorge Aldaco  The students of Environmental used their imagination and skills to compose structures. Outside of the E7 Technology Center Tuesday, large wooden structures made by Environmental Design 102 students were displayed and critiqued by a professional architect. Professor Orhan Ayyuce had his students do an assignment that incorporated the use of natural materials. He also had them make elaborate designs inspired by flora and fauna. These designs became…

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Jazz musicians perform classic songs

March 8, 2017

By Jorge Aldaco Jazz Town Buffet harmonized the night with soothing uplifting tunes that had the audience wanting more. The soothing tunes involved Latin beats that made the audience excited in the S2 Recital hall on Friday. The four musicians that make up the ensemble, Dan Sawyer, Henry Newmark, Sergio Minervini and Grandville Young, took their places on stage to perform for a modest audience. The group performed a number…

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Workshop emphasizes importance of Chicano-movement walkouts

By Jorge Aldaco Dr. Jose M. Aguilar Hernandez presented a workshop titled Youth Power: Student Activism in Los Angeles. The workshop was presented Tuesday in the Multipurpose Room in F5. Aguilar-Hernandez is a professor at Cal Poly Pomona teaching in the Ethnic and Women’s Studies Department. He spoke about the recent student walkouts and protest of recent events and past elections in US politics. He also talked about the past…

March 2, 2017
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