The second installment of “Trophy Wife” written by Bethany Lopez, surpasses all expectations and more.
“Only Murders Live in the Building” is every true crime-lover’s dream in a show.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), is a member-led organization dedicated to the well-being and lifelong success of college athletes. Today the NCAA finds itself often criticized and challenged by its policies, which often inflict hardships on the people they are supposed to represent; the student athletes themselves.
All nine of the Los Angeles Community Colleges gathered together for a financial literacy fair Friday.
East Los Angeles College’s new guidelines to be allowed on campus are good, but could be slightly better. ELAC’s new policy says that in order to be allowed on campus, you must show proof of vaccination. This is good, but ELAC will still allow medical and religious exemptions. I would like to see ELAC remove religious exemptions from the policy and only allow medical exemptions.
East Los Angeles College budget committee focused on the allocation of funds still available as part of the school’s annual budget. There is an estimated $28 million remaining in the budget that needs to be spent or it will get sent back to the state by the end of the year.
In keeping with the “Umoja spirit,” The East Los Angeles College Umoja Community hosted two scholarship workshops Thursday on Zoom. Meaning “unity” in Swahili, the Umoja Community is a global group of educators who work together in order to inspire and uplift students of African descent.
Fans have been anticipating the release of “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” since the release of the last movie, and they will not be disappointed.
“The Guilty,” a new Netflix thriller, highlights the stress and mental health of a Los Angeles Police Department officer.
Nintendo’s Sept. Direct for the Nintendo Switch is filled with expected announcements for the upcoming holiday season and the year.