Library now offering Laptop Rentals to Students

April 17, 2019

The Helen Miller Bailey Library at East Los Angeles College has began offering three-hour Chromebook rentals to ELAC students this semester. Antonio Ng, a professor of library science and a librarian on the main campus said that the program has been going on for about two weeks now. The Chromebook students can check out is an HP Chromebook x360.


Developing culturally significant characters

November 5, 2018

Speakers of the Cartoon Character 101 panel at L.A. Comic Con explained how voice actors and cartoonists give characters personalities to fit whatever standards are needed. The panel was led by Kiff VandenHeuvel and included guests Adam McArthur, Brandee Stillwell, Jennifer Muro and Doug Bensimon, who all gave their personal inputs and anecdotes.


Flashing back to the ‘Mid90s’

October 26, 2018

By Andrew Ayala Jonah Hill makes his directorial debut with the moving visual masterpiece “Mid90s.” The film, which feels like a bold blast from the past, follows Stevie, played by Sunny Suljic, a 13-year-old boy who spends his summer searching for himself away from his broken household and trying to find a deeper purpose of life. He winds up finding his place skateboarding with neighborhood locals and learns that the…


Campaign focuses on food certificate program

October 12, 2018

By Andrew Ayala  East Los Angeles College’s Transforming Lives Campaign’s latest focus is the food certificate program, which provides students in urgent need of meals. The TLC was founded by the ELAC Foundation and its main purpose is to assist students who encounter sudden emergency situations, such as hunger. “Our Foundation board discussed creating a program to support our students around hunger, homelessness, transportation and clothes; we declared those were…


Sony Pictures’ villain saves the day

October 10, 2018

“Venom” is Sony Pictures’ action-packed and gripping take on one of Marvel Comics’ most iconic villains. The movie is an unorthodox Marvel movie in that it doesn’t follow the structure of the Marvel Studios films.