Out of more than 250 colleges and universities in California, East Los Angeles College was ranked as having the lowest violent crime rates in the state.
For Chicano Studies students, their long-running Day of the Dead altar project is a cause they must fight for every year.
The Financial Aid office hosted its Financial Aid Transfer Workshop Thursday at the E-1 Building, Room 189.
The beating sun wasn’t the only thing making hundreds of Bernie Sanders supporters “Feel the Bern” Saturday at a political rally in Woodrow Wilson Senior High School.
WiFi is imperative at school, and getting a lasting connection at East Los Angeles College can be challenging, but not if students understand the system.
Grand Park’s 7th annual Day of the Dead celebration held its first Selena for Sanctuary free concert, featuring an all-female line-up along with their traditional altars all around the park.
The Health Center partnered with Planned Parenthood Pasedena San Gabiel Valley to kick off a three-day sex education series by spreading awareness and information on the different types of birth control yesterday.
Updates on rapidly-changing immigration laws were given Tuesday for the “Know Your Rights” event, hosted by East Los Angeles College along with local groups. The presentation focused on four major topics, Special Immigration Juvenile Status, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Public Charge and how Marijuana can affect the Immigration process.
Students slept under the stars during the East Los Angeles College Architecture Department Structure Sleepover in the quad Monday night.
By July 2020, East Los Angeles College will have a new president or one will be close to being chosen by a selection committee that’s yet to be established. Francisco C. Rodriguez, Los Angeles Community College District chancellor, hosted a town hall meeting on Monday to inform the ELAC community on the selection process.