Behind teary eyes, Nadine Bermudez, Honors Program director, announced the names of the students who will transfer to four-year universities at the Honors Program Certificate Reception yesterday.
When Jasine Cumplido was looking for a job as a student on East Los Angeles College campus, she could have spent hours researching online.
Instead, Cumplido drafted a question and posted it on Facebook.
More classes, clubs and events should be added to East Los Angeles College main campus for evening students.
The infinite ocean of procrastination is what many college students are drowning in. You know you’re a college student when you do more hours of homework a day than sleep at night.
Midterms are just around the corner and students should begin preparing for them now. Now is the time to start thinking ahead and figure out how to tackle them.
In the midst of the chaos that comes with being a college student, it’s easy to understand why so many become overwhelmed.
By Alex Avila Undocumented immigrants have the opportunity to obtain scholarships with an app that recommends different scholarships available to students who cannot pay for college easily. DREAMer’s Roadmap is an app dedicated to provide information and lead undocumented students to getting scholarships and not be discouraged to attend college. The app was founded by Sarahi Espinoza Salamanca who was also an undocumented student and had trouble finding ways to…
By Adriana Mancilla After graduating high school,” many students” experience “what is called” the “Freshman 15,” a weight gain issue. But some students can gain more than 15 pounds or lose weight. In an article written by Julie Janeway and Haleigh Mistry titled, “Preventing the Freshman 5, 10, 15, 40,” the Obesity Action Coalition organization website mentions tips to prevent this issue for most college students. The article argues that…
By Jane Fernandez East Los Angeles College is one of 16 community colleges recognized by Achieving the Dream as a leader institution for the 2014 year. Achieving the Dream is a network aimed to help community college students increase their success. The network of more than 200 participating colleges across the country share a commitment to use data and past program outcomes to determine which activities, services and courses are the most helpful…