East LA college registration should be offered online

By Max Perez Classes are increasingly getting tougher to add at ELAC. More people are continuing with higher education marking a record high for college attendance. By contrast, the chances of getting the classes you actually want is declining, unless you are an EOP&S member, DSP&S, a veteran or foster student. A way to register for a class and actually get it during winter may be to sign up for EOP&S…

November 28, 2012
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Armando’s Restaurant delivers traditional taste

October 24, 2012

  By Max Perez   Armando’s Mexican Restaurant is a great place to eat Mexican cuisine. It is traditional Mexican food made at its finest. The restaurant holds a maximum capacity of about 35 to 40 people. There are two entrances designated on the side and front of the restaurant. On weekends they have homemade tortillas and pozole. Their breakfast deals are amazing. For only $5 a meal includes your…

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Japanese restaurant gets an “A” for food

October 2, 2012

  By Max Perez   The food will grab your attention more than the intimate setting that is the first thing noticed from the second customers arrive at the Open Door Japanese Izakaya restaurant. Upon entering the restaurant, traditional Japanese art is the first thing that catches the eye. A large wall painting covers one entire side. It depicts a traditional Japanese setting in a restaurant where men are sitting with women enjoying their…

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Lady Huskies finish strong

By Max Perez  In their last home game of the season, the women’s volleyball team defeated Long Beach City College Saturday night, three set to one. Despite playing a team who recently competed in a higher division, the Huskies combined all their efforts and dominated the match. The team was lead by sophomore captains Roxanna Cardona, Jessica Espinoza, Bianca Acosta and freshman Marisa Carrillo. Their focus and competitive nature brought…

November 23, 2011
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