Healthy food should not cost more than fast food

May 9, 2018

By Susan Lorenzana As young people, we crave delicious food without knowing the effects. Being a healthy eater is not easy. Doctors say we should eat a lot of fruits, vegetables and various meats. Eating fast food can lead to health complications. “Over 60 percent of American adults, as well as 27 percent of young Canadians aged between 2 and 17, meet the criteria for being overweight or obese,” according…

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Removal of ELAC mural: censorship, ignorance

May 9, 2018

By Eddie Mike Garcia It was upsetting to hear about the short-lived history of East Los Angeles College’s mural of 1979. The mural put ELAC on the map of a growing Chicano art movement of the time. In 1974, ELAC had an opportunity to merge its educational goals for Chicana/o students with those of the Chicana/o Mural Movement, a critical component of the larger Chicano Movement. That year, Roberto Chavez,…

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High School students to receive first-year tuition

May 9, 2018

By Noe Ortega East Los Angeles College will assist high school students with free tuition for the first year of any of the nine Los Angeles Community College District colleges with College Promise Day last Wednesday. LA College Promise is a proposition made by Mayor Eric Garcetti in 2016. The goal is to increase the number of community college graduates and university transfers in the city of Los Angeles. LA…

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‘Chavez Ravine’ to showcase next Friday

May 9, 2018

By Kevin Camargo The play, “Chavez Ravine,” will showcase in the Proscenium Theater starting May 18 at 8 p.m. There will be eight total functions of the play for two weekends. “Chavez Ravine” is written by Culture Clash and is being directed by Ramiro Segovia. The play will show the lives of people before and after Dodger Stadium was built on what used to be Chavez Ravine. “The play tackles…

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‘Hire A Husky’ welcomes new employees

May 9, 2018

By Giselle Palomera LA Youth at Work partnered up with the Los Angeles College Promise Works to provide students with paid summer internships in the entertainment industry, last Thursday at the Hire a Husky career and job fair. East Los Angeles College has partnered up with the Evolve Entertainment Fund through the Career and Workforce Development Center to provide students with paid summer internships in the film, music and TV…

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Career Jobs and Services Center guide students through their goals

By Michael Dominguez Students may sometimes need the guidance for picking a major or getting a job and may need assistance  finding the path to achieve these goals. The East Los Angeles College Career Jobs and Services Center at E1-176  can help with creating resumes profiles and cover letters. The Career center is lead by Janet Huang who helps the students by guiding them to assmements that help find the…

May 3, 2018
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Softball season ends despite positive record

May 2, 2018

By Noe Ortega Husky softball ended its season with a positive 21-17 record, but fell short of making playoffs. East Los Angeles College softball had its best season since the 2013-14 season where they finished 29-11 overall and won the South Coast Conference as well. Since then ELAC has ended its season with negative records like 15-21, 17-21 and 18-22. Out of the 21 players on this season’s roster, 11…

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Badminton prepares for individual tournament

May 2, 2018

By Noe Ortega Husky badminton ended its regular season with a double-header away win against Compton City College 12-3 and 13-2 last Wednesday. Although the Huskies ended their season strong, Compton was the only school that East Los Angeles College was able to defeat out of the three other teams faced. Due to ELAC’s late arrival, both teams agreed to play up to 15 points instead of 21. The Huskies…

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Husky baseball aims toward playoffs

May 2, 2018

By Jerry Flores Husky baseball won its second game of a three-game series against Mount  San Antonio College at home on Thursday 7-4. East Los Angeles College will faceoff  Saddleback College in a three-game series on Friday and Saturday away in the California Community College Athletics Association Southern California Regional post season. The Huskies ended their season 13-9 in the South Coast Conference North-play and 23-17 overall. In the bottom…

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Delloro Program dedicated to social justice

May 2, 2018

By Michael Dominguez The Delloro program is a two-year program for a transfer degree in Social Justice. The program is run by professor Raeanna Gleason, the director of the program. Gleason has also gotten help from history professor Michael Collings and sociology professor Eileen Ie, to create the program. “In this program, students will learn to to become powerful scholars, community organizers and advocates for social justice,” Gleason said. Within…

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