East Los Angeles College Campus News won 15 awards at the Journalism Association of Community Colleges’ State Convention on March 28-30 at the Doubletree by Hilton Sacramento.
Professor Satoshi Kojima and 23 East Los Angeles College student-volunteers are helping students and the community by filing their taxes free of cost.
Every applicant saves about $50-$200 in filing cost.
Women’s basketball advanced to the State Final Championship Bracket tournament with a dominant 78-53 win over Pasadena City College at home on Saturday.
Missed opportunities for Huskies ended their chances of advancing to the next round and lost the game 63-60.
The second round of the California Community College Athletic Association playoff took place on Saturday between Santa Monica College and East Los Angeles College.
Women’s basketball is now ranked fifth in the state and third in the southern region after finishing the 35th annual Lady Charger Classic in fourth place over the weekend.
The officiating and Southwestern special teams unit put the football team out of contention for a win during the 38-17 loss at Weingart Stadium.
With a hat-trick from East Los Angeles College freshman forward Perla Navarro, women’s soccer defeated Pasadena City College 3-0 on Friday at Robinson Stadium.
By Diego Linares East Los Angeles College overpowered the opposing Compton College football team in a 55-0 win on Saturday. The football team opened the first quarter with 31 points and continued their dominance on the ground throughout the game. The rushing attack garnered 234 yards on 33 carries, averaging 7.1 yards a carry. Running Backs Armando Velasco, David Allen and Tony Toledo combined for 187 yards on…
By Diego Linares Southeast Los Angeles band Black Mambas are set to take the stage for their third European tour starting this Friday after first starting out by performing in backyards and underage in local venues. The band members say the ability to play overseas has come after gaining experience in the scene and being diligent with their craft. “It’s cool. It’s great, but it’s a lot of hard work….
By Diego Linares A melange of heavy hearts, bright minds and curious onlookers filled the Community Focus Gallery of the Vincent Price Arts Museum for the 13th annual “Day of the Dead: Student Altars” exhibition last Saturday. Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a day in Mexican tradition when it is believed that people who have died come back to visit, as the living celebrate their lives…