The Academic Senate unanimously voted no confidence on Tuesday in the Los Angeles Community College District’s Office of Information Technology’s handling of issues with the college’s website.
The in-person Huskies Enrollment Fair, January 28 and February 4 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., is focused on helping students gain access to East Los Angeles College Student Services resources for student success. Resources include registering for Spring courses, finishing applications for new students and showcasing the colleges various academic and discipline courses and certifications.
WHAT A RUSH—ELAC mascot, Avalanche (left), with a forensic pathology student posing for a picture during club rush. Photos by C/N Zasha Hayes
East Los Angeles College has been around for 75 years and Ray Mireles, 92, has lived through most of the college’s time open as a professor and alum.
“The Matrix Awakens: An Unreal Engine 5 Experience” showcases how powerful next-gen consoles can be. The free demo is only available on the Playstation 5, XBOX Series X and XBOX Series S. Gamers will be very excited if a full game version is ever released.
By Gabriela Gutierrez Released last month on HBO and in theaters, “King Richard” follows the story of Venus and Serena Williams’ father, Richard Wiliams. The film’s attempt to create a feel-good movie is not in vain. The film revolves around the highs and lows Williams must go through as a father and focuses on his determination to see Serena and Venus succeed. A tennis coach himself, he trains his daughters…
Few artists have the honor of being genre-defining. No band has become synonymous with a single genre as much as Beach has with dream pop.
The long awaited slasher series “Dexter: New Blood” helps restore the series with a luster fans everywhere have been desperately seeking for eight years.
The live action version of “Cowboy Bebop” is an awesome interpretation for fans of the anime and pushes the series in new and different directions.