ELAC vollyball struggle with Cal Lutheran

By Bryce Ronquillo The struggle to put away a home victory continues for the East Los Angeles College Volleyball team who lost to California Lutheran University in four sets (25-15, 26-28, 28-26, 25-23) on Sept. 11. This loss gives the Huskies a 2-4 record on the season with a four game losing streak. ELAC head coach Elliott Walker was not happy at all about his team’s performance. “It comes down…

September 22, 2015
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ELAC U.S. Green Building Council promotes sustainability

By Bryce Ronquillo Finding alternative methods of building and design that lessen environmental impact and promote sustainability is what the ELAC U.S. Green Building Council Club has been trying to accomplish in the East Los Angeles area. The U.S. Green Building Council is a green building rating system. ELAC has a club through this system. The ELAC USGBC Club has taken part in community service to inform locals about it’s…

June 1, 2015
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Gina’s Pizzeria serves up delicious Italian cuisine

By Bryce Ronquillo Since 1984, Gina’s Pizzeria, located in Montebello, has prided itself on using only the freshest ingredients and family recipes to serve Italian favorites at an affordable price. Gina’s is notorious for its big pizza servings. Ranging from prices of $16.05 to $23.50, depending on a person’s choice of toppings, is the giant pizza size. The pizza is so big that the crust sticks out of the delivery…

June 1, 2015
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Husky Bowl to conclude school year for ASU

By Bryce Ronquillo The East Los Angeles College Associated Student Union plan to finish the school year with a celebration at the 5th Annual Husky Bowl on Thursday May . At the last Inter-Club Council Meeting of the spring semester on May 13 to discuss Husky Bowl and other club matters. “It’s a day where the clubs can partake in camaraderie and friendly competition,” ASU Executive vice president Romel Lopez…

May 20, 2015
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Garage team makes trails, falls short

By Bryce Ronquillo A collaboration of Automotive Technology and Engineering students at  East Los Angeles College competed among 114 universities, junior colleges and high schools from around the world on April 9-12 in the 2015 Shell Eco-marathon in Detroit, Michigan. Many representatives from automotive companies were at this competition to look for the next generation in the automotive industry. A team of nine ELAC students called Team Husky Garage worked on…

April 15, 2015
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Women’s Basketball Advances to Semi-Finals

By Bryce Ronquillo History was made on March 7 when the women’s basketball team defeated Irvine Valley College 75-62  making its first Final Four appearance. The East Los Angeles College men’s gym was filled with 175 people  watching the CCCAA Southern California Regional playoff game. “I’m as happy as can be,” ELAC Head Coach Bruce Turner said. “I liked the way our match-ups looked at the beginning of the playoffs. I…

March 12, 2015
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