The John Delloro Transfer Program in Social Justice is a two-year transfer program intended to provide students academic guidance through their community college experiences.
Uniting the community and becoming an ally to black and brown students, Kashif Powell is an instructor, artist and community leader seeking to make a change. Powell has been teaching communication studies at East Los Angeles College since 2016.
AIDs Healthcare Foundation visits ELAC once a month to test students and inform them on HIV/AIDS and prevention.
Raising the legal driving age in California from 16 to 21 has been discussed for a long time, and it’s time to raise it.
Students stressed out with schoolwork, issues at home or even their workplace, should seek help at the Student Health Center or counseling office on campus.
Traveling is one of the greatest things you can do and have the privilege to be doing.
Now that the fall semester is coming to an end, the holidays are rapidly approaching. After a long couple of weeks of studying, it’s time to unwind for a bit and enjoy time with family and loved ones. What better way to do so than in a theme park?
The Writers Society hosted the 3rd Annual Drop the Mic Tuesday night and the audience was left in awe. Guest poets were given the microphone for the night and expressed their feelings toward society.