Art flows through movements

October 18, 2017

By Steven Adamo Art, science and philosophy are woven through history in the mural titled “Education Suite: Arte, Ciencia, y Filosofia” located inside the Helen Miller Bailey Library. Erika Montenegro, instruction librarian at the Helen Miller Bailey Library, put together a research guide last month on the ELAC website out of demand for information about the mural from students and professors. Montenegro teaches a library science class and uses the…

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Panel discusses former ELAC instructor

April 15, 2015

  By Darlene Galvan Helen Miller Bailey’s influence was remembered during a book talk with Rita Joiner Soza and a panel of guest speakers April 4 at the S2 Recital Hall. Soza read from her book “Helen Miller Bailey: The Pioneer Education and Renaissance Woman Who Shaped Chicano(a) Leaders” and provided a summary of Bailey’s influence from Chapter 14. Soza spoke of six of Bailey’s former students who fought for…

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Former ELAC student pays homage to instructor

By Cristina Galvan   Rita Soza remembers her times with teacher Helen Miller Bailey fondly. Soza is currently working on a biography on Bailey. Besides having the library named after her, Bailey left a strong impact on many of her students, including Soza. Soza attended Elac in the Early ‘70s.  She took two classes with Bailey, which were Western Civilization 1 and 2. After receiving her Associates degree, Soza attended…

March 13, 2013
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