As the spooky season is ending, a reader wants to invest in one last thrill, reading Lisa Jewell’s new thriller “Invisible Girl.”
One of New York’s bestselling authors Jodi Picoult explores a what-if scenario, something everyone can relate to takes us into a chance to answer it in her book “The Book of Two Ways.”
In a time when it was taboo to express feminism, Jennie Fields’ “Atomic Love” shows the heroine, Rosalind Porter, becoming an inspiring woman in a way where the reader can learn from. This historical fiction novel takes place in the 1950s during the cold war. Fear of communism was rampant, people feared atomic warfare and women were not taken seriously in the work field.
By Erica Cortes The UCLA’s Center for the Community College Partnership hosted a social painting and planting party on Wednesday in the multi-purpose room. They shared food and painting pots while planting small succulents. The CCCP partnered with UCLA ambassadors to help current students transfer. The event’s objective was to give information about upcoming events and encourage others to join the community. Chely Gonzalez, the program’s coordinator was in charge…
The Music Association of California Community Colleges had ELAC pianist Daniel Lopez as a finalist for their November competitions.