Careers in the field of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics are on the rise. Hundreds of resources are available for students to gain experiences and be successful in STEM careers.
If Roe v. Wade is overturned, what happens next?
A leaked Supreme Court draft which aims to overturn Roe v. Wade, if passed, will leave the country with more disparities in equality for women than it already has.
Alumni Luis Alvarez and Claudia Buenfil break the transfer process stigma by talking with students about their personal transfer experiences.
Students and professional artists came together for the Going Pro Career Fair on Saturday having multiple-unfiltered discussions about all-things arts related.
Current students, faculty and staff who are considered immigrant survivors may be eligible for a United States visa through services offered by the Central American Resource Center.
Social activist Dolores Huerta reminded people how crucial voting is when it comes to issues like racism, sexism and social inequity.
East Los Angeles College’s Theatre Department, in partnership with Center Theatre Group, held a free workshop for students to learn about the acto acting method, while simultaneously teaching about the history of El Teatro Campesino.
Students at East Los Angeles College will continue to receive assistance from the Associated Student Union food pantry as discussed, amongst other topics, in the first ASU meeting of the semester.
By Gabriela Gutierrez Released last month on HBO and in theaters, “King Richard” follows the story of Venus and Serena Williams’ father, Richard Wiliams. The film’s attempt to create a feel-good movie is not in vain. The film revolves around the highs and lows Williams must go through as a father and focuses on his determination to see Serena and Venus succeed. A tennis coach himself, he trains his daughters…
In a comedy with a dark twist, Kevin Hart pushes the limit on his acting career in the new limited series “True Story.”