East Los Angeles College’s E1, G1 buildings left uncertified

November 7, 2012

District to vote to approve further projects despite concerns   By Brian Villalba The LACCD Board of Trustees will vote today to approve the DLR Group for architectural design despite the fact that DLR Group has produced two buildings at ELAC that the California Division of State Architect did not certify as safe, E1 and G1. The Administration and Student Services buildings at East Los Angeles College are potentially unsafe…

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Renovated library open despite delays

  By Brian Villalba   After months of delays and logistics problems, the Helen Miller Bailey Library has opened, offering more student space and state-of-the-art technology. Most of the upgrades to the library were ready for the opening, but the books could not be moved in as the bookshelves were not up to the Division of the State Architect code specifications. Also, the books were moved in the summer heat…

September 19, 2012
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Win secures team spot toward top

By Liliana Marquez  The women’s soccer team secured their sixth victory in conference play last Friday after defeating the Long Beach City College Vikings 2-0 at Weingart Stadium.ELAC’s first chance to open the score came during minute four. The Vikings committed a foul over and the Huskies were awarded a free kick.Husky Melissa Gonzalez took the shot but the goalkeeper was able to stop it without much trouble. In minute 12,…

October 26, 2011
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