Cross country earns four titles

By Tadzio Garcia Husky runners posted their personal best times at the Rio Hondo Invitational, helping the cross country team to victory last Friday. For the first time in recent years, both the men’s and women’s team won team championship titles at a regular season meet. Thirteen Huskies ran and 12 of those ran the best times of their careers. Eight Huskies were named to the Invitational’s top 10 teams. Johana…

October 12, 2011
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Anger management classes teach students to control

By Jane Fernandez Anger management classes are back at East Los Angeles College teaching students methods to help control their emotions and live an anger free life. The program takes students on a 12-week treatment program, which will help them develop the skills that are necessary to successfully manage anger. Its purpose is for participating students to learn to manage anger effectively, stop violence or the threat of violence, develop…

October 10, 2011
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Women’s soccer earns first conference win

 By Bryan Pedroza The Women’s soccer team won their first conference game after defeating L.A Harbor by a score of 2-1 last Friday at Weingart Stadium. The Huskies achieved their first victory after being defeated at Long Beach by a score of 3-1 in their first conference match. The Huskies had control of the ball for most of the match. After being up 2-0,with goals delivered by Jessica Guzman and Mariah…

October 10, 2011
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ELAC men’s soccer defensive efforts draw tie

By  Liliana Marquez The men’s soccer team earned a draw after scoring a late goal on their second conference match versus L.A. Harbor last week at Weingart Stadium. With a final score of 1-1, the Huskies tied for the second time, remaining undefeated in conference play. They played to a draw in their first conference game last week at Long Beach, thanks to late goal by Danny Suarez. The Huskies were looking…

October 10, 2011
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ELAC coach brings experience, passion to team

  By Cristina Galvan Adan Millan is an assistant baseball coach at East Los Angeles College with a passion for baseball that started at a young age. He was born and raised in East Los Angeles. As a child, he enjoyed playing outdoors with his friends where they would play different sports such as football and baseball. “Once I started playing baseball, I stopped playing other sports,” said Millan. One day…

October 10, 2011
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Striker aims to go pro

By Liliana Marquez Danny Suarez started to play soccer when he was only four years old.  He never imagined that one day he would choose it as a professional career. Suarez, 20, is currently part of the East Los Angeles College men’s soccer team and his contribution has been a key factor in all the games he has participated in. This has earned him the title of top scorer for the…

October 10, 2011
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‘Red’ juggles music, school at ELAC

By Andrew Valdez Young, energetic and do-it-yourself three-piece band are three ways to describe Hello My Name is Red from East Los Angeles. This self-proclaimed underdog, is a band that if Elans don’t know now, they should. Known for their impromptu generator-shows at places like The Palladium, the recent Pixies concert, The Smell, Mika Miko’s last show, and Venice beach. This band really lives by their guerillaesque, self-empowerment attitude. Musically, their…

October 10, 2011
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‘Neighborhoods’ reveals Blink-182’s mature side

By Cristina Galvan After eight years Blink-182’s much anticipated comback album, “Neighborhoods,” misses the marks. In 2009 the band reunited after a four year breakup. This is their sixth album and their first album since reuniting, so fans were eager to listen to their new music. Unlike their previous albums that had a humorous tone and comedy filled lyrics, this album is more mellow and leans more toward the serious side. Over…

October 10, 2011
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Wilco returns with new album

By Maria Gonzalez After being on hiatus for two years, Wilco delivers a sonically fresh sound with their pure alternative folk-rock album, “The Whole Love.” The album is the first production under the Wilco record label dBpm. The opening song of the album, “Art of Almost,” plays poly-rhythms with odd textures that are accompanied with lyrics that encompass this wide spectrum of sounds. The first song is a different sound for…

October 6, 2011
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Memoirs to a ‘Riot Girl’

By Chris Valles Former Elan Alice Bag’s first book “Violence Girl” reveals violent experiences and real life-struggles. Subtitled East L.A. Rage to Hollywood Stage: A Chicana Punk Story, “Violence Girl” serves as a memoir about Alice’s experiences growing up in East L.A. and coming of age in the 1970’s Hollywood punk scene. The book also details her short-lived career as vocalist for The Bags, a pioneering punk band whose influence…

October 6, 2011
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