Assistant coach Wilbert Knight of the Women’s Basketball team talked about how he felt the team performed this past season. He spoke about how he envisions the team will succeed next season.
As the world suddenly shutdown Javier Araujo, a student worker at East Los Angeles College, adjusted to the new way of life.
Daniela Aviles is a 21-year-old woman who was born in Mexico and grew up in Los Angeles. She attends East Los Angeles College and is a first-year peer mentor and is majoring in English.
East Los Angeles College students are handling the changes, due to COVID-19, in different ways, including music to ease the anxieties of being in a worldwide pandemic.
Karen Jaramillo works at a skilled nursing facility where she helps people with Covid-19. She continues her studies at ELAC to further her knowledge in her medical field.
The Music Association of California Community Colleges had ELAC pianist Daniel Lopez as a finalist for their November competitions.
The financial struggle is real, relationships just as much grades are important in college life, and nothing yells out “college life” like being broke and questioning everything you thought you knew. Balancing a dating life along with your budget is no easy task.
European Studies Associate is a program that offers ELAC students an opportunity to study abroad.
The program is offered in Paris, France. In this program, students will take language classes to learn French and get exposed to the Parisian lifestyle.
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.