COVID-19 didn’t stop the East Los Angeles College Nursing Department from conducting the nurse pinning ceremony for students who have finished their nursing classes at ELAC. Lurelean Gaines, Nursing Department Chair, and class president Caresse Lima worked together to set up the “drive-by” ceremony on June 28.
By Juan Calvillo Amazon’s “Hunters“ takes creative license with a tragic moment in history, but allows its main character to figure whether the best revenge is revenge. Taking place in a fictional world, the show asks the audience to imagine a world where Nazis managed to escape to the United States. Over the 10-episode first-season run of “Hunters,” the main characters go through hell and back as Nazi enemies come…
By Juan Calvillo Though East Los Angeles College’s administration takes steps to tackle food insecurity on campus, Monika Rueda, a current ELAC student, is compelled to do her part. She distributes food to students in need across from the Helen Miller Library every other Tuesday. She spoke with Cecilia Cruz, coordinator for the student Health Center, and asked what was the most immediate course of action she could take. “She…
By Juan Calvillo The Student Health Center explained available health resources, sanitary options and facts about the Coronavirus during a meeting on Thursday. The informational meeting was conducted by Cecilia Cruz and Michelle Quon. Cruz, coordinator of the student Health Center, said that if students feel ill they are welcome to come to the health center for a check up. The Center for Disease Control in the United States has…
Fear not students, vital resources that are used daily during Spring and Fall semesters are available during the Winter semester at East Los Angeles College.
Season three of Netflix’s “The Dragon Prince” is a roaring adventure that rivals the deep story and exciting action set pieces of any other fantasy genre fare.
Imagine a world where people explain what they are doing, trying to say or thinking– this is Nathan W. Pyle’s “Strange Planet.”
East Los Angeles College’sacademic senate met Nov. 26 to discuss the hiring of additional faculty and class scheduling.
A contract worth more than a million dollars, was awarded by the Los Angeles Community College District to an out of state and mostlywhite firm to market to the district’ssurrounding communities.
Huskies basketball head coach John Mosley and his team are currently ranked fourth in the state and are working toward a state title this season.