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Stories from El Camino College
Heavy rain and cold temperatures impact homeless residents
College Reporting

Jose Tobar | November 27, 2019

Following record heat conditions in California, the homeless residents of the Dominguez Channel are expected to face a storm during Thanksgiving weekend, along with temperatures that are expected to drop…

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A professor’s role in the movement that made surfing California’s official sport
College Reporting

Jose Tobar | November 21, 2019

The half-mile stretch of beach bordered by the El Segundo Chevron oil refinery looms against the northern sky, extending out to the southern pier.

Silhouetted figures of surfers scattered outside the…

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Humanitarian pushes through traumatic past to help others
College Reporting

Fernando Haro | October 28, 2019

The Union traveled to Tijuana, Baja California to capture the stories of asylum seekers and refugees from countries including El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala and Haiti. Quotes from asylum seekers were…

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Proposed law will re-evaluate the true cost of college
College Reporting

Jose Tobar | October 23, 2019

As a child, David Nieto grew up in a neighborhood of East Los Angeles and lived in a household with gang ties going back three generations.

College was not in the works for him, he said. But things…

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Up and coming artist turns life-long passion into profit
College Reporting

Cameron Woods | October 14, 2019

Backpack strapped tight, he slowly approaches his favorite spot on campus accompanied by a large bag filled with canvases featuring his artwork and ideas for future projects.

Daniel Galindo, an 18-year-old…

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