By Julie Santiago Mothers at East Los Angeles College are finding the transition to online classes challenging amid the coronavirus pandemic. Many mothers find themselves taking on more duties now that their children are also staying home because of nationwide school closures. Rocio Sanchez, full-time sociology major at ELAC and mother of two, said she used to be able to drop off her children and focus on schoolwork while they…
Los Angeles Community College District’s nine colleges will give students the chance to take classes “Pass/No Pass” during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Los Angeles has a rich culture of art and music, but with the city under quarantine, artists are left without an audience and income.
The Los Angeles Community College District has announced that throughout its nine colleges, classes that could not be converted into online classes will resume May 4 and all other online classes will start on March 30.
An East Los Angeles College student has tested positive for COVID-19 on March 21. ELAC interim president Raul Rodriguez confirmed it on Sunday, the name of the student has not been released.
Changes in student learning outcomes were discussed in an emergency academic senate meeting on March 20.
Nursing students at East Los Angeles College won’t deal with COVID-19 patients during their clinical hours Department Chair Lurelean Gaines said.
The Los Angeles Community College District announced today that due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it would shift most classes into remote learning for the rest of the semester.
By Luis Castilla, Editor in Chief Dear readers, Due to the overwhelming circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, East Los Angeles College Campus News has been forced to cease production of physical newspapers for the foreseeable future. But fear not, readers: we will continue to post stories directly to our website, as well as on our social media. We are deeply saddened by this situation, but we are dedicated to…
By Melvin Bui The Vincent Price Art Museum showcased alebrije art during its monthly community art workshop. The museum always pairs an exhibit with the art being made, to show people that anyone can be creative with the right materials. This month’s workshop was on how to make an alebrije, which is brightly colored Mexican folk art that is made to replicate mythical or fantastic beasts. Alebrije are unique…