News

Reps spread college knowledge

Jordan Johnson , Distribution

Universities from Coast to Coast were represented at ECR’s Spring College Knowledge night on Wednesday. From the Pacific to the Atlantic, Washington State to South Carolina,...  Read More »

March 5, 2015

Students compete in French poetry recitation

Bryan Golnick, Asst. Sports Editor

Five Advanced Placement French students from Caroline Jones' class competed at California State University Los Angeles in a French Poetry Recitation on Saturday, Feb. 28....  Read More »

March 5, 2015

Skateboard racks become new addition on campus

Katelyn Almario, Archivist

Of all the new additions to the campus, the most recently completed project is the skateboard racks. Designed to store the skateboards students have been carrying from class...  Read More »

March 5, 2015

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A&E

“The DUFF” movie creates the next big abbreviation

Elenaleigh Borne, Promotions

With a cast full of fresh young actors and a catchy new term, The DUFF took on the challenge of teen movies Feb. 20. The movie stars Mae Whitman,...  Read More »

March 5, 2015

The Academy is caught up in the drama

Cayla Newnan

“And the Oscar goes to...” It's the evening of Feb. 22,...  Read More »

March 4, 2015

Paddington Review

Jordan Johnson, Distribution

After an earthquake destroys his home in the Peruvian rainforest, a young bear, voiced by Ben Whishaw, makes his way to England in search of a new home. Named after the London...  Read More »

March 4, 2015

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Opinion/Editorial

The Academy is caught up in the drama

Cayla Newnan

“And the Oscar goes to...” It's the evening of Feb. 22,...  Read More »

March 4, 2015

Should we really celebrate celebrities?

Zane Leyva, Editorial Assistant

Every day, you hear about a celebrity getting a DUI, using racial or homophobic slurs, or even assaulting someone over a simple disagreement. Their faces stare out at us from the...  Read More »

March 4, 2015

The Hardships of being a freshman

Christal Rooney, Editorial Assistant

Freshman year you put on your favorite new outfit thinking how hot you look, and when you get to school, a tall older kid walks by and says, "Aww... how cute!" Welcome to...  Read More »

March 3, 2015

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Sports

Boys soccer is on a roll

Esteban Villatoro, Photographer

Boys soccer beat South Gate High School 3-1 on Thursday,...  Read More »

March 4, 2015

Varsity basketball loses To Taft

Zane Leyva, Editorial Assistant

The varsity boys basketball team lost to Taft High School, on Tuesday, March 3, by a score of 56-67, giving them their third loss this season. “I think we didn’t do...  Read More »

March 4, 2015

Baseball wins season opener

The baseball team took the season opener against Narbonne High School by a score of 3-1 on Wednesday, Feb. 25. Jeremy Polon got the win going seven innings allowing one...  Read More »

March 4, 2015

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The truth behind blonde stereotypes

Cayla Newnan, editorial assistant

Blonde has often been considered the ideal of beauty in our society. ...  Read More »

March 4, 2015

El Camino alumnus overcomes autism to chase his dreams

Alec Llinski, Sophie Cohn, and Stephanie Favela

Ethan Hanson, a 22-year-old El Camino graduate, returned to El Camino Monday to address the third period Journalism 1 class. Hanson served as El Camino’s school mascot...  Read More »

March 4, 2015

Academy Mural

Academy Mural

Zane Leyva, Editorial Assistant

The upper facade of S building and lower B hall received a makeover this semester thanks to murals painted by Miguel Gonzalez, a 57-year-old man following his dream. Gonzalez...  Read More »

February 25, 2015

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