News

El Camino Journalists Clean Up at Nationals

El Camino Journalists Clean Up at Nationals

Seven of the 11 student journalists who attended last week's JEA/NSPA National Scholastic Journalism Convention in San Diego came home with national awards. Josh Galan... read story

April 21, 2014

Students learn from exhibitors at Career Expo 2014

Hundreds of students, including a group of 8th-graders from Hale Middle School, attended Career Expo 2014 Tuesday, March 11, to explore possibilities for their future. This... read story

April 14, 2014

Brad Sherman Visits El Camino

Brad Sherman Visits El Camino

Congressman Brad Sherman visited El Camino Thursday, March 20, to encourage students to get involved in local politics. Students in period 2 history classes listened to... read story

March 24, 2014

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A&E

My first time… on a dune buggy ride

Mariapia Aquije , Features Editor

I’m originally from a small town called Ica, Peru, located 300 kilometers from the capital, Lima. During this past winter break, I was lucky enough to be able to visit Ica... read story

February 11, 2014

Movie Review: Her

Alex Sheldon , Opinion Editor

Her is a truly original and refreshing love story by writer and director Spike Jonze. This Oscar-nominated film stars Joaquin Phoenix in the lead role of Theodore Twombly,... read story

February 11, 2014

Television Review: Intelligence

Breanna Sabado , A and E Editor

The action-adventure television series Intelligence premiered Jan. 7, 2014, on CBS. Josh Holloway plays Gabriel Vaughn, a federal agent with a super-computer microchip... read story

February 11, 2014

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Opinion/Editorial

Censorship has no place in an open market of ideas

Alex Sheldon, Opinion Editor

Censorship has always been around in society, and it has always been a hindrance to social, political, artistic, and, well, just about every kind of progress there is. Censorship... read story

November 7, 2013

Back-to-school is the new holiday season?

Christine Yuen, Online Editor-In-Chief

As August and September roll in, the advertisements for back-to-school shopping bombard our radios and TVs, and the masses flood into the stores like hordes of madmen… or... read story

September 17, 2013

High School Can Determine the Future

Natalie Ebneshahidi

Many students at this age do not know what they will be doing ten years from now. It is, however, useful to plan ahead and think about what you are going to do for a living.... read story

May 21, 2013

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Sports

Sports Face Off

April 8, 2014

Sports Face Off – Season 2 Episode 3

Sports Face Off – Season 2 Episode 3

December 8, 2013

Boys Basketball starts season with win against San Pedro

Nick Shahbazyar, Sports editor

Boys basketball started their season with a strong win against San Pedro High School on Monday with a score of 101-62. They hope the momentum of their strong pre-season performance... read story

December 5, 2013

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My first time… on a dune buggy ride

Mariapia Aquije , Features Editor

I’m originally from a small town called Ica, Peru, located 300 kilometers from the capital, Lima. During this past winter break, I was lucky enough to be able to visit Ica... read story

February 11, 2014

Movie Review: Her

Alex Sheldon , Opinion Editor

Her is a truly original and refreshing love story by writer and director Spike Jonze. This Oscar-nominated film stars Joaquin Phoenix in the lead role of Theodore Twombly,... read story

February 11, 2014

Club Corner: K-Pop

Breanna Sabado , A and E Editor

A new club has started in El Camino thanks to the growing interest of K-Pop and its president, Tammy Lee. Students who share the same passion for this type of music decided... read story

February 11, 2014

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