East Los Angeles College President Alberto Román was featured in ELAC’s 4th Annual Political Science Career Fair on Thursday.
East Los Angeles College faculty and students gathered together at the front of the school to celebrate the athletes from the spring and fall season on Thursday.
COVID-19 had a toe on the East Los Angeles College women’s water polo team. It was a hard season for the team. The Huskies finished the season with a 1-17 record.
“Procession” is a documentary that is impactful and focuses on the darkness that some have experienced with Catholic priests“Procession” begins with a video from a press conference in Kansas City, Missouri in August 2018.
“Tiger King 2” is plotless and repetitive as the cast is consistent in looping around the same reasoning and quarrels throughout the season.Season one was the craze during the pandemic.
The autobiographical musical “Tick, Tick…Boom!” tells the story of playwright Jonathan Larson, based on the year he turned 30 and his struggles as an artist.The story begins with a 29-year old writer in 1990, who turns 30 in a couple of days and questions his career choices of aspiring to be a musical composer in New York City.
Sequels can be great. Sequels can also be awful, but this sequel was not only great, but it was also cute, cheesy, and great at the same time. “Who you going to call?”Yeah, you know where that’s from, the one and only “Ghostbusters” franchise.
East Los Angeles College’s theater club The Performance East Club proved they live by the phrase the show must go on.Even with the COVID-19 outbreak shutting down campus last year, the club found a way to continue holding meetings by going virtual.
Governor Gavin Newson is pushing efforts regarding the ongoing food insecurities college students face.Currently, East Los Angeles College focuses on identifying ways to provide meals and resources to students in need of nutritional meals and has aligned with outside partnerships to continue said efforts.
COVID-19 has been one of the worst things to have occurred in the United States, and the globe, vaccines can stop that. Many lives were lost, people still in hospitals, and so many also lost their jobs or homes.
The battle to fight the spread of COVID-19 is far from over, but SafePassLA is a step in the right direction.