Academic Senate concern grows over Chancellor Oakley

By Julio Sanchez Although several notions and resolutions were approved on Tuesday’s senate meeting, the impact over the lack of consultation from the California Community State Chancellor was the most discussed topic. Academic senates throughout the states are growing concerns over how the state initiatives are being implemented and are also seeing California Community State Chancellor Eloy Oakley fail to fulfill the California Community College mission. Eloy Ortiz Oakley was…

May 30, 2018
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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ can never be a game

By Alejandro Ambriz 2018 is proving to be a year where Marvel tests the limits of their whole Avengers experiment as a media brand. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has developed into truly a wonderful thing. The Initial release of Iron Man sparked a decade and more of blockbuster movies that are all the rage. Along with Avengers: Infinity War bringing together all the disparate parts of the Marvel Cinematic Universe…

May 30, 2018
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Panel gives students advice in nursing

By Cristal Gomez “Walking the red carpet” to a successful nursing career with star guest Taquita Love brought nurses in the field giving advice to future nurses.   “The Nursing Pub” founded by Mona Clayton brought together the event with the help of the director of community engagement, John King. Bringing colleges and programs the nursing students may apply for experience and expand their knowledge. One of the programs is…

May 29, 2018
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FAFSA aids transfer student success through grants and scholarships

By Cristal Gomez East Los Angeles College financial aid office hosted Financial Aid Transfer Workshop for students planning to transfer or will be this upcoming school year. Twice a year, the financial aid office brings a representative from the California State University of Los Angeles and University of California Los Angeles to explain how financial aid works at both institutions. Daniel Mejia and Jonathan Choy from CSULA gave a presentation…

May 23, 2018
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Gabriel Iglesias show to bring in funds

May 23, 2018

By Andrew Ayala Comedian Gabriel Iglesias is returning to East Los Angeles College on June 19 to perform his “One Show Fits All” stand-up in the G3 auditorium. This is the second time Iglesias will be performing at ELAC and will be headlining as well as bringing his opening guests along to perform. Athletic trainer Diane Stankevitz, P.h.D., is coordinating the event and all of the proceeds of the show…

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Guided Pathways paves way for students

By Joshua Inglada Students deciding what classes they need for their degrees may soon be receiving assistance to greatly streamline the process on choosing  what course best suits their academic goals. Assistant professor of Spanish Nora Zepeda and associate professor of psychology Arpi Festekjian hosted a meeting at the South Gate Educational Center for faculty to present the upcoming Guided Pathways Plan for East Los Angeles College. GP is an…

May 23, 2018
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Cone resigns as Athletic Director

May 23, 2018

By Stephanie Guevara After 18 years as the East Los Angeles College athletic director, Allen Cone resigned to become a full-time instructor. He decided to step down from his position because he lost the passion and enthusiasm the job requires, he said. “I never took myself that serious, but (I) sure (as) hell took what I did very serious… This is a great institution. I don’t care what is happening…

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ELAC wins gold in Special Olympics

May 23, 2018

Gold and silver medals were awarded to ELAC’s Special Olympics Swim Team Saturday during the 2018 Los Angeles/San Gabriel Valley Special Olympics Spring Regional. Winning gold in the 50 and 100 meter freestyle was Melissa Rivera, who also won a silver medal in the 50 meter backstroke. Athletes can only compete in three events, and Rivera won in all of the events she entered. The silver medal in the 100…

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Former ELAC quarterback to return for fall semester

Quarterback Phillip Tran is set to return to East Los Angeles College for the Fall semester to play for Husky  Football again after things didn’t work out at Humboldt State University, where he currently attends. Tran, a native of San Jose, California, came to ELAC because his high school coach knew ELAC’s coach, Bobby Godinez who recruited him to play for the Huskies. He played for ELAC in the Fall…

May 23, 2018
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Husky baseball’s season ends despite positive record

By Noe Ortega East Los Angeles College baseball had its best season with an overall record of 23-19, its best since 2013-14 season that ended with an overall record of 25-15. The Huskies were eliminated by Saddleback College after a best out of three game series where ELAC lost the first two matches 16-5 and 7-5. Although the Huskies had an early exit from the California Community College Athletics Association…

May 23, 2018
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