The Education Department released its proposal for changes in the rules of reporting and investigating sexual assault on Friday.
According to Club President Hugo Maldonado, playing chess makes a person “think outside of the box” and forces them to get creative with their strategy.
A fan is an enthusiast or admirer of a particular franchise. Notable fandoms that spring to my mind are Supernatural, Doctor Who, Star Wars and the one I personally claim membership to—the Harry Potter franchise. Man, I freaking love Harry Potter.
With a combination of real-life experiences, great storytelling and unbelievable music, “Greenbook” is a joyride worth taking. Greenbook is a true story that confronts the notion of racial inequality with an unlikely friendship between a poor white man and a wealthy black man in 1962.
The Vincent Price Art Museum held a film screening for the radical film, “Salt of the Earth” Thursday. “Salt of the Earth” was previously banned in the United States for its communist symbolism of worker unity and feminist ideals.
The East Los Angeles Career and Job Services Department held a career panel at the South Gate Campus that highlighted undocumented and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals professionals on Thursday.
The bill, signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown on September 18, is an act to amend sections of the Education Code to change part-time playground positions into Classified Service—employees that are not faculty or administrators, who go through the personnel commission to get hired.
CASA 0101 theater hosted the opening of “Remembering Boyle Heights” on Nov. 9 with VIP appearance by Lucille Roybal-Allard and a cast and crew of East Los Angeles College students and community members.
The football team ended the season with a disappointing 4-6 record, failing to make the playoffs after a promising 2-1 start.
Men’s soccer’s struggling season came to an end with a final 4-12-5 overall record and 1-5-2 in the South Coast Conference-South play.