Statistics Club proposes three studies and seeks participants

By Michelle Perez The Statistics Club at East Los Angeles College hopes to conduct at least three studies that they believe will help many students. The President of the Statistics Club, Francisco Larraga, said that as of now the studies are in their planning stage and that hopefully they will be approved and implemented by next spring. Larraga said that the three studies involve anxiety and self-efficacy, aggression and how…

December 3, 2017
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Colleges seek better ways to fit student needs

February 26, 2014

By Megan G. Razzetti   Applying for college can be a long and daunting task especially when there are invasive questions to be answered. When students apply for admission to college, the majority of the information that is asked is pretty basic. Some questions seem repetitive and annoying but its all to better fit the needs of the student applying. On top of that, schools are now considering asking for…

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Scholars should not use Google for research

By Edward Singleton In an age where information is instantaneous, thanks to Google and other search engines, students need to develop better research habits to ensure the information they share is accurate. The problem is, students enter a search on Google and usually fall for the top search results. This practice leads to biased, inaccurate or outdated information being shared. Whether a company paid more to have its information ranked…

May 30, 2012
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