The East Los Angeles College Career Center will host the “Hire-A-Husky” event to offer students a chance to apply for work opportunities.
Centro Community Service Organization asked the community of Boyle Heights to join them in the fifth annual May Day March.
Novelist Noel Alumit talked about the importance of activism, faith and the process of becoming an artist at an East Los Angeles College event.
He is the author of Los Angeles bestseller Talking to the Moon and came to give students insight about his career and how it began.
East Los Angeles College held a Administration of Justice Career Day on Wednesday in the Main Quad.
The University of Southern California Department of Public Safety is hiring for community service officers, and dispatch and surveillance workers for both main and medical campus.
The Third Annual Student Success Conference offered informational workshops to students at the South Gate campus on Saturday.
The Sociology Club wants to help bring confidence to students that can’t afford nice clothes.
From now until the end of the semester, the Sociology Club is hosting a clothing donation drive to help students on campus who can’t afford clothing, no questions asked.
In celebration of Earth Month, brothers Hans and Nick Schippers brought awareness on Thursday to East Los Angeles College students on global plastic pollution and how it impacts the environment.
ELAC’s new Aquaponics Garden and Science Learning Lab received a brand new weather-monitoring system last week. The garden and learning lab is part of a $6 million Jardin de STEM grant awarded to ELAC’s STEM Department two years ago.
The Sexual Assault Awareness and Violence Education team held workshops and movie screenings throughout April to shed light on Sexual Assault Awareness.
Here are the candidates for the ASU President position.