According to Club President Hugo Maldonado, playing chess makes a person “think outside of the box” and forces them to get creative with their strategy.
The bill, signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown on September 18, is an act to amend sections of the Education Code to change part-time playground positions into Classified Service—employees that are not faculty or administrators, who go through the personnel commission to get hired.
Men’s soccer’s struggling season came to an end with a final 4-12-5 overall record and 1-5-2 in the South Coast Conference-South play.
Students and faculty take turns to speak in solidarity with undocumented people Thursday. The rally was organized by the Delloro Transfer Program, the Puente Club, the Writers Society and the UndocuHuskies.
The Kinesiology department had its 5th Annual Husky Turkey Trot Drive from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Quad yesterday.
The store displays artwork and photographs on its walls in a clean and precise way, giving Record Jungle a futuristic look, especially with the giant blue 45 record adapter that hangs on the store’s wall.
The California Online Community College deserves support because it would help Californians get training for jobs.
Sonido del Valle is a cultural hub that is bringing vinyl records back to Boyle Heights. The record store is full of culture and makes it clear it is there to serve the community.
Casa 0101 will present the world premiere of “Remembering Boyle Heights” written by former East Los Angeles College student Josefina Lopez on Friday.
Sounds of Music is located in the heart of East Los Angeles. The city’s culture and the store’s history are on full display within the store’s walls. Posters of low-riders and beauty icon Marilyn Monroe are sold in the store.