Featuring three ELAC soccer players from Brazil: Paulo Macedo Nahashique, Tulio Pinheiro and Matheus Zanini.
In honor of businesswoman and philanthropist Vicky Chang’s multi-million dollar donations, the E-7 Technology Center has changed its name to The Vicky Chang Career Technical Education building.
The East Los Angeles Department of Theater Arts is masterfully performing the difficult and lengthy play “Saint Joan” by renowned playwright George Bernard Shaw.
East Los Angeles College’s The Let’s Dance Company delivered a hip and aesthetically pleasing dance performance Friday Nov.30.
Football player Antoinette “Toni” Harris is the first female to play for East Los Angeles College’s football team. Harris began playing the sport at four years old, in her hometown of Detroit, Michigan. She kept at it for the past 17 years and now plays defense for the Huskies.
The one-time teen prodigy Earl Sweatshirt comes back from his three- year break to deliver an album masterpiece with, “Some Rap Songs.”
Women’s basketball is now ranked fifth in the state and third in the southern region after finishing the 35th annual Lady Charger Classic in fourth place over the weekend.
Hundreds of sheriff’s deputies and other notable figures attended the Oath of Office Ceremony for Los Angeles County’s 33rd sheriff Alex Villanueva in the East Los Angeles College auditorium on Monday afternoon.
The Modern Language Lab will be hosting an American Sign Language “Telephone Game” workshop today from 11:00 am to noon for current ASL students. Instructional Assistant at the Modern Languages Lab, Christine Chu said that the plan is to help students in ASL classes prepare for upcoming finals.
The East Los Angeles College unrestricted general fund cyclical data from October reveals what the school spends its money on.