While the video game industry gets bigger every year, there are only a few games that will truly stand the test of time. These games have good graphics and mechanics, and entice players to replay it.
From educators and parents to school security organizations and law enforcement, they all agree that putting guns in the hands of teachers does more harm than good.
Phobias have the ability to put a hold on life and the Psychology Club at East Los Angeles College, Psi Beta showed how therapy can help.
Students at East Los Angeles College can learn about the future of immigration policies at an informational event on the Tuesday.
Vice president of liberal arts and science Ruben Arenas and ASU members met to clear up confusion surrounding tutoring on campus.
The Trump administration’s plan to revoke California’s control over fuel emissions is a disgusting capitalist-fueled reminder that there is no “Planet B.”
As an avid “Seinfeld” enthusiast, I could see no better replacement for “Friends” and “The Office” than the show about nothing over on Netflix.
Last Tuesday Sandy Hook Promise uploaded a Youtube video as a public service announcement to people who have been too scared or unwilling to take note of recent school shootings.
Sports fans watched fast-paced three-on-three basketball while esports fans watched Super Smash Brothers Ultimate players compete on Friday and Saturday at the Los Angeles Street Festival. The event was created in partnership between the LA Times and the International Basketball Federation, FIBA. It is a callback to the original name the association started with, and its role is to govern international competition in basketball. The LA Street Festival had a variety of booths, half-court areas for play and even a section for an esports tournament.
Clubs got the opportunity to present themselves to students and provide insight on how they operate during this semester’s Club Rush.