Assembly Bill 1919 was passed by the California State Assembly’s Committee on Transportation on April 4.
President Joe Biden proposed two years of community college for free as part of his infrastructure proposal.
East Los Angeles College is currently the host site to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. Last May, ELAC began a partnership with LA County Supervisor Hilda Solis to become a COVID-19 swab test site. The purpose was to provide access to COVID testing to a marginalized community of color.
A temporary drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination site opened at East Los Angeles College Wednesday.
Legacy L.A., a youth organization, now offers East Los Angeles College students the College Persistence Program.
They are working on expanding their programming and support center for youth.
AIDs Healthcare Foundation visits ELAC once a month to test students and inform them on HIV/AIDS and prevention.
By Carolyn Viraphandeth The East Los Angeles College’s Symphony Orchestra celebrates the end of the semester with preparations for its upcoming winter concert, under the direction of Samvel Chilingarian. The orchestra will be playing classic songs such as Robert Smith’s “Jingle Bells Forever” and John Williams’ “Superman Returns.” Alex Tu has been a member of the orchestra for two semesters and he is currently in his third semester at ELAC….
By Lindsey Maeda After many requests from students, staff and faculty members, the shuttle that runs between East Los Angeles College and the South Gate campus will resume services tomorrow. The free shuttle service was originally cancelled to sustain class offerings last fall, but seeing as various members of the ELAC and South Gate communities relied on it, administrators decided to bring it back. “The shuttle’s going to…