The Centro Community Service Organization held their annual event commemorating the 49th anniversary of the 1970 Chicano Moratorium.
The annual “New Voices” art exhibition opened at The Vincent Price Art Museum opened on September 3. This year’s exhibit features the art work of East Los Angeles College students from different departments during the 2018-2019 term.
The news that the Learning Assistance Center will no longer be having tutoring appointments for Math or English, left them feeling blindsided since they had no warning about the change.
The Veterans Resource Center brought county services to inform veterans of the benefits of being a part of the armed forces. Various universities also attended the event to highlight the details of transferring to four-year schools and the options veterans have in doing so.
Raul Rodriguez is filling the vacant seat left by former East Los Angeles College president Marvin Martinez until July, when a new president will be selected to lead the college.
Eighteen years have passed since the U.S. was struck by a series of terrorist attacks that took the lives of 2,996 people on September 11, 2001 in New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
Having a pet can boost people’s well-being, especially those who suffer from mental health issues such as depression and Alzheimer’s disease.
It is vital that Angelenos always stay prepared and take the proper precautions for an earthquake even when there isn’t much seismic activity going on.
Governor Gavin Newsom announced a change to the College Promise, from one year to two years tuition, during an event at East Los Angeles College on Aug. 29.
East Los Angeles College has over 400 functioning security cameras throughout the campus, with a majority of them being digital in quality. With the fall season starting and day turning to night sooner, the idea of safety is paramount.