Elans deciding new ASU government

By Stephanie Garibay The Associated Student Union is holding elections for the 2016-17 student government in front of the swim stadium, where candidates campaigned to students passing by. The elections started yesterday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and will continue today and the same time. Students who are  ASU member and non-ASU members are eligible to vote. “There has been a lot of people voting, our box here with…

April 20, 2016
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ASU elections off to slow start

By Stephanie Garibay The Associated Student Union at East Los Angeles College has started to accept applications from students for the 2016-17 ASU board, although no applications have been turned in. “We really need to spread the word about these elections. That’s why no one has actually applied because no one knows about them,” ASU president Romel Lopez said. Although the elections are being promoted around campus, Lopez still does…

March 16, 2016
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Husky Bowl to conclude school year for ASU

By Bryce Ronquillo The East Los Angeles College Associated Student Union plan to finish the school year with a celebration at the 5th Annual Husky Bowl on Thursday May . At the last Inter-Club Council Meeting of the spring semester on May 13 to discuss Husky Bowl and other club matters. “It’s a day where the clubs can partake in camaraderie and friendly competition,” ASU Executive vice president Romel Lopez…

May 20, 2015
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ASU prepares for end of semester activites

By Alexa Santana The Associated Student Union held its last meeting of the semester to discuss activity funding deadlines, end of the year events and the chartering of clubs. The end of the business day on May 15 is the club activity match funding deadline at the Budgetary Affairs Committee (BAC) meeting. By this day both  the Vice President of Finance and the Treasurer must return funds that clubs have…

May 15, 2015
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ASU elections not publicized enough

By Jesus Figueroa Student representation is an important way to have the voice of the students heard, but the candidates and election don’t seem to be a priority. The Associate Student Union elections are quickly approaching and the candidate flyers are going up for the first time. The South Gate Educational Center gets ignored completely with no candidate forum, but they do get the same two days to vote. The…

April 15, 2015
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ASU Makes Plans for the New Semester

By Jose Rojas The Associated Student Union presented plans to make major changes during the spring 2015 semester at its first meeting Friday. ASU announced  that they want to create a shuttle from the Gold Line station to the main campus. Executive Vice President, Romel Lopez is the leader of the committee working on this project. The committee has to evaluate how many students use the Metro Gold Line and…

March 12, 2015
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East Los Angeles College celebrates Dia de los Muertos

  By Sergio Berrueta The third Annual Dia de los Muertos event brings Mexican culture to a new generation of Latinos. The event was held in the Perfoming and Fine Arts courtyard. Started by the Chicana/o Studies Department, the festival gives those in the community and students the opportunity to celebrate the festivities. The event was also funded through the Associated Student Union (ASU). Local artists were on hand to…

November 5, 2014
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CTE fair helps direct students’ futures

By Jade Inglada A variety of department career information and clubs were available to students during the Career and Technical Education Fair last Wednesday in the S2 and P2 quad. The Office of Workforce Education and Associated Student Union hosted the CTE Fair. The purpose of the fair was to offer information to students on the different path options available at East Los Angeles College. This could be achieved by…

October 29, 2014
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In the Spotlight: ELAC Theatre opens season with ‘Woyzeck’

By Jesus Figueroa ELAC’s Theatre Department prepares to bring “Woyzeck,” a working class tragedy play written by Georg Büchner  to the stage. The department will perform John Reddick’s translation of the play. Büchner left his play incomplete at the time of his death, but it has since been completed by several authors, editors and translators. The play is known for dealing with the dehumanizing effects of doctors and the military…

October 8, 2014
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