Latest issue of ELAC Campus news created by J101 students

May 26, 2020

Issue 20 of ELAC Campus News was written by Spring 2020 Journalism-101 students, or “pups,” as they’re called in the newsroom. With the help of the current Campus News staff and page editors, the team was able to create this week’s issue exclusively online. After issue 15 of Campus News, published on March 11, the staff had to shift the newsroom into a virtual work environment due to the campus…


ELAC learns about president selection process

November 6, 2019

By July 2020, East Los Angeles College will have a new president or one will be close to being chosen by a selection committee that’s yet to be established. Francisco C. Rodriguez, Los Angeles Community College District chancellor, hosted a town hall meeting on Monday to inform the ELAC community on the selection process.


New electronic voting improvements coming 2020 elections

September 25, 2019

The Los Angeles County Clerk’s office has completely overhauled the voting system in the county and will implement the changes for the 2020 presidential election. These changes are part of efforts to increase voter turnout and were announced last Tuesday at a meeting held by the Clerk’s office, the Women’s studies department and the East Los Ángeles college students for political awareness and advocacy, ELAC Students for Political Awareness and Advocacy, ESPAA club. Changes include longer voting periods for certain polling areas and consolidated elections. Voters will also be able to make use of the Voter Solution for All People, a newly developed electronic ballot system.


OPINION: Proposal threatens environmental regulations on automobiles

By Anthony Aguilar The Trump administration proposed a plan that would make automobile manufacturers not required to make cars and trucks more fuel efficient every year, starting 2020. The administration’s proposal says, “Automakers would only have to produce cars that achieve a real-world average of about 29 miles a gallon from 2021 to 2025.” This will take the standard that we have now, which is 43 miles a gallon, and…

October 8, 2018