‘Paranormal Activity’ lacks substance

By Jose Cazares “Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension” is a generic but fun-to-watch horror film with several moments that will make viewers jump from their seats. The film is about a little girl named Leila, played by Ivy George, who is being stalked by a demon that appears as a fuzzy CGI blob. At first it resembles a shadow and slowly gets darker as the film progress. It’s not gory…

October 28, 2015

May Revise gives money to education

May 15, 2014

    By Jose Cazares A slowly recovering economy and a strong stock market have made it easier for the state to pay off some of its debt and direct more money back to education. Governor Brown released a revised version of his proposed budget for 2014-2015 last Tuesday. Brown announced an increase of $10,852,427 from last year’s budget. He proposed a total budget of  $156,152,434 and set aside $12,877,279…


ELAC South Gate changes plans

By Jose Cazares East Los Angeles College has been planning to relocate its South Gate campus since 2003, the new campus is now scheduled to be finished by 2019. A plan to purchase a building was approved in 2003 however the building was later deemed unsuitable. In 2009, ELAC purchased an 18.5 acre property located across the street from the South Gate campus using Los Angeles Community College District bond…

March 19, 2014

Refueling hope with Mustangs

By Jose Cazares In 1964, Ford made history when they introduced a car that featured a range of customization options straight from the factory. Ford named the car “Mustang,” and it was designed specifically with the baby boomer generation in mind. The Mustang was an instant success and Ford’s competitors soon followed suit creating a trend of cars known as muscle cars. American muscle cars dominated the enthusiast market up…

March 13, 2014