Exercise and fitness are often forgotten when students start college, but they shouldn’t neglect it.
Math is one of the hardest subjects to grasp and bears the reputation of being the most hated, which is why Assembly Bill 705 shouldn’t have been implemented.
The annual “New Voices” art exhibition opened at The Vincent Price Art Museum opened on September 3. This year’s exhibit features the art work of East Los Angeles College students from different departments during the 2018-2019 term.
Having a pet can boost people’s well-being, especially those who suffer from mental health issues such as depression and Alzheimer’s disease.
The Faculty Association of California Community Colleges told faculty of their discontent with the chancellor of California Community Colleges, Eloy Ortiz Oakley. They spoke at the Academic Senate meeting which was held at East Los Angeles College on May 14.
The city of Monterey Park celebrated Armed Forces Day at Barnes Memorial Park on Saturday.
Along with East Los Angeles College Veterans Resource Center, the community commemorated those who served the United States Armed Forces.
East Los Angeles College student and basketball player Jermaine Camacho-Small revealed his scoring ability and agility to be the reasons he was recruited to play for California State University, Los Angeles Golden Eagles.
In celebration of Earth Month, brothers Hans and Nick Schippers brought awareness on Thursday to East Los Angeles College students on global plastic pollution and how it impacts the environment.
The Point Foundation opens scholarship opportunities for LGBTQ students attending community college to receive up to $3,700 for tuition and a chance to be a part of their network of LGBTQ scholars.