East Los Angeles College faculty and students gathered together at the front of the school to celebrate the athletes from the spring and fall season on Thursday.
Students have encouraged East Los Angeles College’s administration to expand its food selection over many years to include new options: the student store, Grab n’ Go store, a new cafeteria and a variety of food trucks.
East Los Angeles College students have long been able to rely on the services of the Student Health Center to fulfill many different basic medical needs.
Medical insurance companies returned to charging COVID-19 patients co-pays and dues as early as January and people need to be better prepared to pay.
East Los Angeles College alumni have gone on to fill in the ranks of many jobs, careers and posts.
The financial aid office is offering virtual financial workshops throughout the month of September.
The workshops focus on helping students understand and improve their personal finances.
The Centro Community Service Organization held their annual event commemorating the 49th anniversary of the 1970 Chicano Moratorium.
If you’re seeking juicy, smokehouse, Texas-style barbecue in East Los Angeles, look no further than Meme’s Little Taste of Texas smokehouse barbecue restaurant.
By Melody Ortiz A film screening of “Chicano! Taking Back the Schools” was shown on Wednesday, followed by a Q&A (questions and answers) with the producer, Susan Racho. The film is part three of a four part series called “Chicano! History of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement.” “Taking Back the Schools” recounts the 1968 walkouts and protests in East Los Angeles to demand better education for Mexican-American students. Before…