• Architect encourages students to learn outside class
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Fight urge to use Cellphones

Spending too much time on social media platforms affects the grades of students at East Los Angeles College. When students are alone, they avoid their surroundings with the use of social media. They put their headphones on and watch videos on YouTube. This all seems harmless until it starts to affect student’s ability to stay focused on their coursework. ELAC students constantly stop working on library computers to browse social media.

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BTS takes the stage on their “Love Yourself: Speak Yourself” World Tour

By Kimberly Chacon    BTS, a k-pop group, performed an exciting, one-of-a-kind show, despite the language barrier between English and Korean. The sold out concert,part of the “Love Yourself: Speak Yourself” world  tour,. was full of over 60,000 fans that were eager to see the group. All songs were performed in Korean but that did not stop the fans from singing and dancing to the lyrics. BTS performed 24 songs…

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Foxily Architects inspire Vince Price Museum

By Russel Navarrette Juintow Lin and Michael Fox from Foxlin Architects, sparked inspiration at ELAC’s Vincent Price Museum to showcase new architecture projects and sustainable designs.  Lin and Fox presented photos and videos of projects with interior design, robotics and technology that responds to movement, as well as working with NASA on a project called Nintendo Wii in Zero – G research project.  “The point with interaction design, it can…

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