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Commissioner breaches student’s information

  By Brian Villalba   Impeachment proceedings have begun for East Los Angeles College’s Associated Student Union Commissioner of Administration of Justice, Antonio Alonso. The proceedings are in response to an alleged breach of personal information committed by the Alonso. Alonso confessed to ASU President Jennifer Estrada that he had breached personal information of a female student who was seeking ASU assistance. Alonso said he obtained the female student’s mobile…

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Fruits of labor

  By Brian Villalba   Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis, fourth from left, coveys the Obama administration’s commitment to East Los Angeles College to Computers Applications Office Technology Department Chair Elaine Shibata, left, UPS Community Relations Julie Summers, Los Angeles Community College District Chancellor Daniel La Vista and ELAC Interim President Farley Herzek. The Department of Labor grant for the CAOT Department comes in the amount of $3 million, which…

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Film discusses unfair portrayal of women

By Jane Fernandez   A documentary discussing the unfair portrayal of women in the media was highlighted at the East Los Angeles Women’s Center’s film screening last Thursday. In the documentary, “Generation M: Misogyny in Media and Culture,” students were given a different perspective of how the media sees women, and how that image influences viewers into treating women differently. The clips showed famous actresses in provocative clothing selling their…

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‘Guisados’ carries varitey of tacos

By David Bilbao Guisados tacos, located on the corner of Saint Louis and East Cesar E. Chavez Avenue, delivers their individual touch to traditional Latin American food. Tacos ranging from steak, chicken, pork, shrimp, veggie, bean and fish, Guisados has a large variety of dishes. All of their selections are placed on a handmade tortilla, to be recognized differently from the standard or local taco stands in Boyle Heights. Along with its wide variety…

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Football wins, Cantu is out

ELAC 40, Victor Valley 34, Oct. 14, 2012  By Tadzio Garcia   After winning 40-34 at Victor Valley, off of a six-touchdown performance by backup quarterback Adrian Diaz, starting QB Aaron Cantu has been replaced. “We’re going with Diaz next week against San Bernardino Valley College in our Mountain Conference game. “Cantu gets all the publicity but after Diaz’s performance against Victor Valley we got to give him a chance. He…

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ELAC men’s soccer loses 1-0 to Warriors

By Liliana Marquez The men’s soccer team  sank in the South Coast Conference rankings after a 1-0 defeat at El Camino College last Friday at El Camino. ELAC didn’t capitalize on their many opportunities despite dominating most of the game, according to Head Coach Eddie Flores. Husky Ivann Salcedo had the first goal attempt for the Huskies in the 12th minute after receiving a pass from teammate Adolfo Larios. However,…

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East LA College Scoreboard, Week 7

October 14, 2012 By Tadzio Garcia   The East Los Angeles College men’s and women’s sports teams went 5-2 last week with the wrestling scoring the biggest upset of the week against No.11-ranked Rio Hondo College last Wednesday, Oct. 10. The women’s volleyball team also recorded an upset win at home last Wednesday. The Huskies won 3-1 over Los Angles Trade Technical College . The Huskies lost the critical third match against Trade Tech…

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ELAC runners finish seventh at Mt. SAC Invite

By Tadzio Garcia   The Huskies dropped out of the SoCal rankings despite taking seventh place out of 21 teams racing at the 2012 Mt. San Antonio College Cross Country Invite Friday, Oct. 12. Host Mt. San Antonio College edged the Huskies by 13 points to take sixth place because the Huskies ran short missing three of their top runners. The Huskies however edged Pima Community College from Arizona by…

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