Club fundraises to equip disabled people with adaptive equipment

By Francisco Portillo The Kinesiology Club is raising money for AbilityFirst, a program that is dedicated to providing disabled persons with adaptive equipment that assists the activities of daily living. AbilityFirst is a local program, with a building located on 154 N Gage Ave. In order to fundraise, the Kinesiology Club is teaming up with other clubs such as the Adelante, Math Club and the Association of Future Fire Fighters…

November 3, 2016

Dodgeball Tournament

This is a correction on todays newspaper. The Kinesiology Club’s ¬†25th annual dodgeball tournament will be tomorrow, 2-25, at the E9 north gym from 12-2 p.m.

February 24, 2016

ASU Makes Plans for the New Semester

By Jose Rojas The Associated Student Union presented plans to make major changes during the spring 2015 semester at its first meeting Friday. ASU announced¬† that they want to create a shuttle from the Gold Line station to the main campus. Executive Vice President, Romel Lopez is the leader of the committee working on this project. The committee has to evaluate how many students use the Metro Gold Line and…

March 12, 2015

ELAC Kinesiology Club trains at Marina del Rey

By Jesus Figueroa The Kinesiology Club, the life saving class and Homeboy Industries went to Marina del Rey to learn about being a life guard on Saturday. Kinesiology professor Eldin Onsgard set up the trip so students can experience a different lifestyle and a different approach to fitness. They were given the oppurtunity to learn about being life guards on the bay watch boat, from the water to the beach….

November 20, 2014