Breakfast helps students focus in studies

November 26, 2012

By Anna Quach Some people think skipping breakfast can be seen as a way of saving time in the morning or losing weight. Wrong. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It starts off our metabolism and it gives us energy to start off our day. As for students, it will give us better concentration at school as well. The term “breakfast” literally means to break the fasting period…

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Support same sex marriage

By Daisy Rodriguez Same sex couples are just like heterosexual couples. They both have the same relationship problems. Just because they like the same sex doesn’t make them any different. President Obama is calling for equality when it comes to same sex marriage. The states that do allow gay marriage are Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, Washington D.C, Iowa, and Washington. In 2011 President Barrack Obama eliminated the “Don’t Ask, Don’t…

May 16, 2012
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Barnes is top scorer in state

FIRST AT LAST—ELAC’s Shawnta Barnes (center) wins the first Husky title at the SoCal finals in 13 years by edging Chiza Eze (right of Barnes) of LA Valley College last Saturday at San Diego Mesa College. CN/Tadzio Garcia By Denise Orozco and Tadzio Garcia The women’s track and field team stamped their ticket to the state finals with a stellar performance by All-American Shawnta Barnes at the SoCal finals at San Diego Mesa College,…

May 16, 2012
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Student tardiness disrupts lecture

By Anthony Mejanoff Students walking into class in the middle of a lecture can be very disrupting. Whenever the door opens, the majority of students shift their eyes away from the instructor and to the person walking through the door. Some instructors even take time out of the class to ask for the person’s name to mark them tardy. In one of my classes, there are about 5 to 10 students…

May 16, 2012
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Husky football ready to howl

By Jonathan Castro Happy about last season’s 8-3 record, first year Head Coach Steve Mojarro and his Huskies are ready to come back for the 2012-13 season. The Husky football team finished their best season since 1974, by winning the American Bowl over the Santa Monica College Corsairs 42-28. Mojarro is pleased that 22 players from last year’s Mountain Conference Championship team will be returning. In addition, 10 more recruits are expected…

May 16, 2012
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Alternative way to sell books

By Gabriela Gomez When this Spring semester ends, many students will be left with textbooks they will no longer need. In addition, they will have the expense of purchasing new textbooks for the upcoming Summer and Spring semesters. During this time, many students sell their used textbooks to the campus bookstore or stores like Text Mania in return for a small percentage of their original investment.  Students also buy used…

May 16, 2012
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‘Shazamwiches’ take on YouTube

By Lindsey Maeda Like a wizard, Daniel Noriega, a student at East Los Angeles College, conjures up novelty sandwiches on his new YouTube series, Shazamwiches. Noriega has an affinity for sandwiches and it is apparent by the way his face lights up when speaking about them. “I really think (sandwiches) are the perfect food. Primarily because they are so versatile, and you can do anything with them. You can make them as…

November 23, 2011
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