Anthropology Club brings awareness to humans’ impact on Earth

December 6, 2017

By Anastasia Landeros Anthropology Club President Jonathan Salas wants his club to be the biggest one on campus. “The reason I want us to be one of the biggest clubs is because I think, with the members we have at the moment, and especially with the amazing advisers we have, I think we can truly make an impact on the student body,” he said. Professor Christine Sepulveda, the club’s co-adviser,…

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ELAC Anthropology is advocated by instructor, archeologist

By Jane Fernandez Anthropology professor Julie Bernard aspires to create a better learning environment for students at East Los Angeles College. “I love to see them being able to see the world in a different way and to see themselves in a different way as a result of some of the stuff we see in class,” Bernard said. Bernard started her teaching career at ELAC in 2008 as an anthropology…

May 22, 2013
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Professor’s new world experiences opens students’ eyes

April 23, 2013

  By Dulce Carrillo    Real world experience and eye opening stories is what anthropology professor Jeffrey Rigby encounters in his teachings. Rigby has been working at East Los Angeles College as an anthropology professor for 10 years,  and at other community colleges around the Los Angeles area since 1989. Rigby graduated from Santa Monica High School and has a Doctorate from the University of California, Los Angeles that focuses…

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