Good instructors in high demand among students

  By. J.C. Casarez   With the end of fall semester and finals approaching, registration period for spring 2013 begins. Counselors tell students what classes are required to continue taking the next step to achieving educational goals. Students should not only consider the classes they take, but also who the professor or instructor will be. The professor does in fact matter because their teaching skills will determine what a student learns. Yes,…

December 5, 2012
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Construction raises safety concerns

  By J.C. Casarez   Public safety should be a high priority concern for everyone at East Los Angeles College. Students and faculty should feel safe on campus at all times of day, but because of the construction taking place on campus, the safety of all has been compromised. With ongoing construction taking place, many walkways and routes students use to get to and from class have changed. Some of these…

December 5, 2012
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‘Rosencrantz and Guildenstern’ mixes comedy with classic story

By J.C. Casarez Before a sold out audience at the Black Box Theater, the play “Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead,” opened Friday night. The Tom Stoppard play is presented by the Speech, Theatre Arts and Broadcasting Department and is directed by W. Colin McKay and David Laird Scott. The play is based on characters from the Shakespeare classic “Hamlet.” It focuses on the travels and actions of the main characters, …

March 24, 2012
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