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El Camino Reality – Season 6 Episode 31

El Camino Reality – Season 6 Episode 31

This week we bring you highlights from the Earth Day Arts and Poetry Festival, take a look at the UCLA blood drive, give the guys some tux advice for prom, remind you to buy...  Read More »

May 3, 2016

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Swiping left or right to Tinder

Dimtri Fouras, Features Editor

Since opening on the app store in September 2012, Tinder has captured the hearts of nearly 50 million users. Tinder is a casual dating app for people ages 13 and up that...  Read More »

May 5, 2016

My First Time….. Experiencing homelessness

Dimitri Fouras, Features Editor

Growing up in Melbourne, Australia, I never really experienced homelessness. On the rare occasion, I would see a few homeless people walking the streets of the city. Seeing...  Read More »

May 5, 2016

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News

La Familia celebrates Cinco de Mayo

Katrina Hatami, News Editor

La Familia held its Cinco de Mayo festivities with music, dancing and games on the quad during lunch on May 3. The activities were held in advance rather than on the actual...  Read More »

May 5, 2016

Senior takes first at States

Shiloh Sacks, Managing Editor

Senior Shawn Haq took first in Congressional Debate at State Championships on April 15 through 17 at Mission College. Junior Sarem Haq made it to the final round, placing 10th, and junior Kamden Melton ranked 79th out of the 90 stu...  Read More »

May 4, 2016

Film students and alumni attend prestigious festival

NFFTY

Channel's crew walked the red carpet on NFFTY's opening night. For many, the festival was a first time experience. "It allowed us to meet new filmmakers and view youth films from the perspectives of different people around the world," said senior Andrea Chahayed. "It was truly inspiring to watch all the films and the amount of talent displayed through each screening was extremely admirable."

Film students and alumni attend prestigious festival

Katrina Hatami, News Editor

Seven students from the Careers in Entertainment Academy spent almost a week attending screenings, networking, and meeting fellow filmmakers in Seattle for the National Film...  Read More »

May 4, 2016

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A&E

One man, his cow, and the journey of a lifetime

Katrina Hatami, News Editor

While it is often said that dogs are a man’s best friend, the French comedy One Man and His Cow, or La Vache, showcases a man with a very different animal sidekick. Writer ...  Read More »

May 4, 2016

Film students and alumni attend prestigious festival

Film students and alumni attend prestigious festival

Katrina Hatami, News Editor

Seven students from the Careers in Entertainment Academy spent almost a week attending screenings, networking, and meeting fellow filmmakers in Seattle for the National Film...  Read More »

May 4, 2016

Get “ye old freak” on at the annual Renaissance Faire

McKenna Thurber, A&E Editor

Gather your bow, arrow and drums for the Original Renaissance Pleasure Faire, open to anyone willing to get their “ye old freak” on. The faire will run rain or shine every...  Read More »

May 2, 2016

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Opinion/Editorial

Speed-reading does not work

Nicole Kushnir, Promotions

Students and teachers alike swear by the power of speed-reading. It is the idea that you can read and absorb a text faster than normal speed, without losing the meaning behind...  Read More »

May 5, 2016

CON: More security is not safer

Ashley Paige, A&E Editor

Every day we walk through the halls dodging thousands of students rushing to get to class, to their locker, or to get away from security. This school year of 2016 has...  Read More »

May 4, 2016

Mandatory voting works

Dimitri Fouras, Features Editor

Voting is the civic duty of every citizen. The United States has some of the lowest voter turnout in the entire world. According to presidency.ucsb.edu, only 54.87 percent...  Read More »

May 3, 2016

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Sports

Softball wins at Chatsworth, clinches West Valley League title

Jack Dorfman, Sports Editor

Softball defeated the Chatsworth Chancellors, 4-3, to continue their undefeated league season with a record of 9-0 to clinch the West Valley League title on May 3 at Chats...  Read More »

May 4, 2016

Spring sports season wrap-up

Matt Boerner, Sports Editor

Spring sports for El Camino have once again proven to be successful as boys' volleyball, baseball and softball have now clinched at least a share of the West Valley League...  Read More »

May 4, 2016

Baseball mercies Cleveland on Senior Night

Matt Boerner, Sports Editor

The Conquistadores won in convincing fashion over the Cleveland Cavaliers with a 13-0 victory in the final home regular season game. Jeremy Polon got the start and allowed...  Read More »

May 4, 2016

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