Luis Angel Cano captures part of the aesthetic and pop culture influences of East Los Angeles using plastic toys and polymer clay.
People are far too concerned with protecting themselves from spoilers when they should be more focused on experiencing their choices in entertainment. Some individuals go to extreme lengths to not have their favorite shows or movies spoiled by an errant picture or social media posting.
Spoilers are the enemy of movie nerds that miss out on a movie. The term spoiler applies to people who love to torture people by revealing parts of a good movie or television program.
The ELAC Black Student Union club, which returned earlier this semester after being inactive for more than a decade, is looking to recruit new members.
The making of a video game is just another art form like any other kind of entertainment. Some companies, like Sony, have decided to censor certain aspects of games that seem unnecessary.
Sophomore forward Babacar Thiombane received a full ride basketball scholarship to the University of Idaho where he will play NCAA Division I basketball.
The Theater Arts Department delivers a great interpretation of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” with fantastic performances by East Los Angeles College students.
Discrimination, sexism and racism are issues that are plaguing the United States.
With unity, people are standing up to fight the plague that goes around the U.S.
East Los Angeles College Associated Student Union hosted the Our Voices Matter event on Tuesday.
The Smithsonian Undergraduate internship program is being offered to four East Los Angeles College students who are interested in Museum studies.
The deadline to apply is Friday. Applications will be reviewed throughout the summer, and after the interview process, students will be notified about their acceptance.
The Faculty Association of California Community Colleges told faculty of their discontent with the chancellor of California Community Colleges, Eloy Ortiz Oakley. They spoke at the Academic Senate meeting which was held at East Los Angeles College on May 14.