Between the months of July through November it is wildfire season. Wildfire season directly and indirectly harms human health.
Former East Los Angeles College student and current transfer mentor Bianca Trevizo empowers students who come from underprivileged communities and helps them further their education.
ELAC professor Francois-Pierre Couture dedicated his days teaching students about the theater setup. Couture is currently in duel roles as the Scenic and Lighting Director as well as production manager.
“New Voices” showcase became a significant part of the 2022 District Wide Juried Student Art Exhibition arranged by the Vincent Price Art Museum and Los Angeles Community College District.
The Husky Snack Shack is a free food pantry focused on fighting food insecurity for students currently enrolled at East Los Angeles College.
East Los Angeles College’s theater club The Performance East Club proved they live by the phrase the show must go on.Even with the COVID-19 outbreak shutting down campus last year, the club found a way to continue holding meetings by going virtual.
Governor Gavin Newson is pushing efforts regarding the ongoing food insecurities college students face.Currently, East Los Angeles College focuses on identifying ways to provide meals and resources to students in need of nutritional meals and has aligned with outside partnerships to continue said efforts.
With the pandemic almost coming to an end and schools reopening, it is fundamental to enlighten the issues of first-year and first-generation students.
ELAC’s Respiratory Therapy Professor Bunnarith Chhun prepares his class with safety supplies like latex gloves, hand sanitizer and proper masks.