Clubs look to recruit new students

September 27, 2017

  By Julio Sanchez Clubs were spread out to encourage students to join clubs for Club Rush Week from September 19-21 in the E3 Quad. During club rush week, dozens of clubs took the initiative to make students aware of the resources and benefits that come from being involved in a club. “We’ve recruited over 15 students and will continue to recruit as many want to join,” Guadalupe Roman, member…

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ELAC lacks creative clubs that aren’t academic

Students who enter college often times want to get into a club that they are interested in, and most times it’s not an academic one they’re looking for. Students have a lot of clubs to choose from at school, but many of them don’t allow you to get creative. East Los Angeles College offers clubs that go along with students’ majors, but they should offer more creative clubs like dance,…

May 20, 2017
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Club promotes student-parents’ success

By Rosslin Ojeda  The stress of being a working student can be overwhelming, but add being a parent into the mix and it may be downright chaotic. Motivated Parents on the Go, an on campus club, wants students to know that they are not alone. The club began last fall by students Christine Lopez and Dan Stevens. Lopez took on the role of president while Stevens became the vice president….

March 15, 2017
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Students parents build network through new club

By Dorany Pineda  The new Motivated Parents on the Go Club aims to provide a network of support for student – parents and their specific needs. The MPOG strives to increase the success of parent – scholars who are pursuing educational degrees for themselves and their families. It offers support groups, motivational speakers, various topic discussions, group study sessions, resource referrals, help with the transfer process, trips to California State Universities…

October 5, 2016
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Food should be handled in clean work space

December 5, 2012

By Alexandra Carrillo   Clubs and groups at East Los Angeles College frequently hold bake sales or other types of food sales in order to raise money. It is admirable that students put hard work and effort into raising funds for the clubs they are members of, but they should be doing it in a sanitary way if they are dealing with food. A couple of days ago, I was…

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