Despite these challenging times, the new series on Netflix, “Social Distance,” shows a new way of making television entertaining and relevant to current times. The series is a demonstration of the problems of reacting to a crisis too hastily.
Ethnic studies as a degree requirement effective for all students fall 2021 was one of the topics discussed at an Academic Senate meeting on Nov. 10.
Students were allowed back on campus to participate in class thanks to the proper precautions East Los Angeles College faculty members took. ELAC was forced to close and remote learning became the norm for this semester.
“Cyberpunk 2077” is a futuristic action-packed role-playing game published and developed by CD Projekt Red, that follows the story of the main protagonist V. It is a phenomenal game with similarities to other popular games like “Watch Dogs 2” and “Grand Theft Auto 5.”
Netflix’s “Whose Vote Counts, Explained” is a three-part mini-series that explains the history and injustices of elections in the United States. The mini-series focuses on how the voting system works and what can be done to fix the flaws that haunt it.
Netflix’s “Holidate” is a good movie to watch if there’s no new interesting options. It is however a little predictable and has some obvious punch lines. This film is about two individuals who are tired of being single on holidays.
pportunities have been flying out the window for some huskies since they haven’t been checking school emails for grants and available resources. Vice President of Student Services, Julie Benavides said that students have not been checking their school emails and awards are going unclaimed.
The Dream Resource Center teamed up with the Central American Resource Center to discuss family based immigration petitions. This panel focused on giving insight regarding essential information to family members or spouses, who must know if they are looking into immigration petitions.
With surging COVID-19 cases in America, it’s been the year of road trips for those fortunate enough to travel. The pandemic created difficult times for many, financially and health-wise there’s no question it has been a struggle.
From pain to page, English Professor Obed Silva revisits traumatic memories in a book meant explore humanity. “The Death of My Father: The Pope,” the book will be published and available in stores in August.