Martie Mendoza and Rachel Peralta from the East Los Angeles College club, Performance East, will host the East Fringe Festival on June 7.
The ELAC Black Student Union club, which returned earlier this semester after being inactive for more than a decade, is looking to recruit new members.
Discrimination, sexism and racism are issues that are plaguing the United States.
With unity, people are standing up to fight the plague that goes around the U.S.
East Los Angeles College Associated Student Union hosted the Our Voices Matter event on Tuesday.
The Smithsonian Undergraduate internship program is being offered to four East Los Angeles College students who are interested in Museum studies.
The deadline to apply is Friday. Applications will be reviewed throughout the summer, and after the interview process, students will be notified about their acceptance.
The Faculty Association of California Community Colleges told faculty of their discontent with the chancellor of California Community Colleges, Eloy Ortiz Oakley. They spoke at the Academic Senate meeting which was held at East Los Angeles College on May 14.
The city of Monterey Park celebrated Armed Forces Day at Barnes Memorial Park on Saturday.
Along with East Los Angeles College Veterans Resource Center, the community commemorated those who served the United States Armed Forces.
Behind teary eyes, Nadine Bermudez, Honors Program director, announced the names of the students who will transfer to four-year universities at the Honors Program Certificate Reception yesterday.
The Associated Student Union elections results announcement was moved to Friday due, to the investigation and disqualification of Jose Pelaez, an ASU presidential candidate, on May 10. Adviser and Dean Sonia Lopez said that she had no comment but that the matter had been handed over to President Marvin Martinez’s office. Pelaez has appealed his disqualification by ASU.
The East Los Angeles College Architecture Department welcomed Tom Marble from Tom Marble Architecture to talk about his experience in the Architectural field.
Hispanic Outlook on Education ranked East Los Angeles College the number one community college in California and number six in the nation for hispanic students.