The Undocu-Huskies are throwing an event to help the student body blow off steam and also provide some quality time for students to get to know the club. The event is a “posada,” a traditional Latino celebration that occurs before Christmas.
The deadline for Covered California is Saturday, December 16. For more information, including how to sign up, visit the official Covered California website at https://www.coveredca.com/
The Journalism Department will offer a Media Design and Copywriting class in the spring semester of 2019.
As years go by, more and more people are rising up against Christmas. When someone says this holiday is their favorite, they’re met by faces of disgust and a long lecture on why this is no longer the most wonderful time of the year.
Only 26 people have been approved out of nearly 34,000 borrowers who have applied to a popular student loan forgiveness plan. These figures were released at a conference held by the Education Department last week. CNBC reports that so far more than 20,000 applications for a popular student loan forgiveness plan are pending.
In Malibu, California a recent fire called the Woolsey Fire spread out and burned down thousands of the homes and lands. The cause is still under investigation, but electric companies, such as Edison, Pacific Gas and Electric Company are possibly to blame for the fire because of not having fireproof equipment.
What makes a good show? It mainly depends on the target audience, the genre it is considered and the years it ran through. In an era full of remakes and adaptations, it’s understandable why some networks want reboots of past successful shows.
Arctic Monkeys are still looking down on us from their hotel on the moon in their new single, “Anyways.” This two-track single includes the title track from their sixth album, released earlier this year, “Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino,” and the B-side, “Anyways.”
The new East Los Angeles College club, the Undocu-Huskies has a scholarship of $600 up for grabs with a deadline of this Friday at 11:59 p.m. The idea for the club came from a meeting between the current members and Dream Resource Center’s Maira Cruz. The group quickly decided that creating a club was key to helping students at ELAC.
Educating and protecting the community and students against the dangers of marijuana was the goal of the Students Against Substance Abuse Club’s Marijuana: Second- and Third-hand Smoke talk last month.