The Men in Early Childhood Professions mini conference brought attention to the stereotypes and issues men face in early childhood education.
The main goal of the project is to create a more sustainable and inviting landscape since a lot of people walk through the dirt and stand by the trees for shade as they wait for the next bus.
East Los Angeles College Campus News won 15 awards at the Journalism Association of Community Colleges’ State Convention on March 28-30 at the Doubletree by Hilton Sacramento.
Foster care is often overlooked as a financial factor, but the Chafee Grant’s age extension provides older foster students a new form of financial aid.
Professor Satoshi Kojima and 23 East Los Angeles College student-volunteers are helping students and the community by filing their taxes free of cost.
Every applicant saves about $50-$200 in filing cost.
East Los Angeles College will rebuild the Women’s Wrestling Club for the fall season with the cooperation of other California community colleges.
The East Los Angeles College Financial Aid department will hold a financial aid awareness event tomorrow from noon to 2 p.m. in front of the E3 building at the main campus and at the South Gate campus in the main foyer.
To close-out Women’s History Month, the ELAC Women’s/Gender Studies sponsored a panel discussion last month about women’s work spanning from present-day to 10,000 years ago. The event featured two speakers including Tia Koonse, Legal and Policy Research Manager at the UCLA Labor Center. One of Koonse’s duties at the labor center is to help protect day laborers. According to Koonse, it is assumed that day laborers are male construction workers,…
To close-out Women’s History Month, the East Los Angeles College Women’s/Gender Studies sponsored a panel discussion last month about women’s work spanning from present-day to 10,000 years ago.
East Los Angeles College Psi Beta held their meeting on Thursday to discuss why people are so fascinated with serial killers.