Due to Covid-19, events of mass gatherings across the world have been postponed or canceled. But it has also affected events or gatherings at home such as birthday parties, baby showers, weddings, and graduation parties perfect for the springtime and sunny weather days.
Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, college classes have moved from in person to mostly online. However, doing online classes felt easier than attending classes in person.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made online education, however temporary it may be, the norm and it could pose a threat to college enrollment.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey informed employees that they have the option of working from home permanently, even after lockdown of stay-at-home orders, as long as employees’ roles enable them. Twitter is shifting to going fully virtual and has wanted to reach its emphasis of supporting a distributed workforce capable of working from anywhere.
Students within the Los Angeles Community College District participated in a survey for the Spring that focused on understanding the effects of the online learning transition.
Hundreds of East Los Angeles College graduates of the class of 2020 will gather virtually to be recognized in the district’s first ever virtual commencement ceremony on June 9.
Social Media platforms have really taken over daily lifestyles. From constantly being attached to a mobile device to check up on friends to controlling the amount of following individuals have on Instagram, Facebook, etc it seems like a never ending trap.
Thrill and passion describe the way 23 year old Peter Lopez-Bolanos felt toward competing for his last national competition before its cancellation due to Covid-19.
As East Los Angeles College transitions to eLumen, Jeffrey Hernandez said Student Learning Outcomes will now be embedded into the Course Outline of Record at the Academic Senate zoom meeting yesterday. Despite the two-week setback with eLumen, the changes will be made.
The second set of Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act payouts will be sent out to East Los Angeles College students who automatically qualify for a payment. The CARES Act was signed into law on March 27 to assist those in financial need during the COVID-19 pandemic.