Female gamers interested in video games should be encouraged and their talents fostered as much as male gamers when it comes to esports and gaming.
Patrisse Khan-Cullors told East Los Angeles College students who aspire to be activists on March 19 that they need to find the issues that impact them the most, because that is what will keep them motivated and committed to their work.
Brian Regan’s comedy special, “On the Rocks” seems to be an allusion to what someone would order at a bar – nothing new or exciting. Unfortunately, this would also perfectly describe this comedy special.
Polar opposites, Tully and Kate, develop what seems to be an unbreakable bond in Netflix’s new show “Firefly Lane.”
LAUSD’s aim to reopen schools for in-person learning to kids in Kindergarten is admirable but it is still too soon.
The world is still in a pandemic and students must be mindful of the situation.
Inconsistent communication with academic members in returning this fall semester was the center of discussion at the Academic Senate Meeting.
East Los Angeles College Extended Opportunity Programs and Services program held a multitude of events in celebration of Women’s History Month; as a way to conclude the month, they held the “Inspiring Women” workshop.
Theme parks are getting ready to reopen, which may be good for society as a whole.
I beg ELAC students to take the COVID vaccine. Students main goal this semester should not be to get an A, but a V for ‘Vaccine’