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.
Jacob Rubio is the President of the Gender Sexuality Alliance at East Los Angeles College. Since he was part of the old cabinet he became president.
Football player Antoinette “Toni” Harris is the first female to play for East Los Angeles College’s football team. Harris began playing the sport at four years old, in her hometown of Detroit, Michigan. She kept at it for the past 17 years and now plays defense for the Huskies.
The 21st Annual Film Freak Thanksgiving Food Drive is gathering food for the hungry. Quinones said that if people were planning to donate that they should look for large #10 cans of items. Quinones also talked about how large bags of vegetables were also key. Adding that there are items that are always sought after by food banks.
The store displays artwork and photographs on its walls in a clean and precise way, giving Record Jungle a futuristic look, especially with the giant blue 45 record adapter that hangs on the store’s wall.
Sonido del Valle is a cultural hub that is bringing vinyl records back to Boyle Heights. The record store is full of culture and makes it clear it is there to serve the community.
Sounds of Music is located in the heart of East Los Angeles. The city’s culture and the store’s history are on full display within the store’s walls. Posters of low-riders and beauty icon Marilyn Monroe are sold in the store.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art has loaned the Vincent Price Art Museum Egyptian artwork to display, including funerary tools and a real mummy.
“Passing through the Underworld” the exhibition, introduces “Egyptian art with a focus on myth and funerary practice.”
The Latina Completion and Transfer Academy Club helps students with wide-range offers of services, resources and help with difficult courses. By Julie Santiago and Melody Ortiz Students who have trouble transfering because of an English or math class may want to look into the Latina Completion and Transfer Academy Club. The club formed from the LCTA program, which offers help with hard-to-pass course. “A lot of our students are…
By Steven Adamo Known for doing plays that excite the audience, director and ELAC professor Rodney Lloyd Scott is trying something more personal in his latest play, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ “Appropriate,” closing Sunday. “This story was close to me because it’s about racism,” Scott said. “Racism is real and certain people run into it daily. I’ve kind of shied away from it in theater because it’s a touchy subject, but I…